RO filter is a separation method that separates the solute in the solvent from the solvent without resorting to the selective retention of a semipermeable membrane under pressure driving
RO filters have been widely used in the purification and shrinkage of various solutions. A common application example is in the water treatment process, using reverse osmosis technology to remove impurities such as ions, bacteria, viruses, organic matter, and colloids in the water. Obtain high-quality purified water.
Reverse osmosis pure water preparation system uses tap water as raw water, first undergoes pre-pretreatment (softener is optional), and then undergoes RO reverse osmosis treatment. After a series of treatments, harmful substances such as particles, colloids, organic impurities, heavy metal ions, bacteria, viruses, heat sources and 99% of dissolved salt can be removed from the water, and the system’s desalination rate is as high as 96-99%. Make the effluent conductivity ≤10μs/cm.
The by-product of discharge—concentrated water is environmentally friendly, and it is a separation technology that meets environmental protection requirements.
There is no need to consider the stability of the influent water quality too much. The water quality of the reverse osmosis system can be kept stable for a long time without consuming any renewable materials. This is one of its important characteristics.