Reverse osmosis is one of the most common and effective water treatment systems. The primary filtering media in these systems is an RO membrane. Depending on your application, DT offers state-of-art Reverse Osmosis solutions for sea water desalination, brackish water, and high flow commercial applications.
How Does an Ro Membrane Work ?
Reverse osmosis water treatment systems work by using high pressure to force water through a semipermeable reverse osmosis membrane element. RO membranes are made of a thick polyamide film that contains tiny pores through which water can flow. RO membrane element pore sizes can vary from 0.1 to 5,000 nanometers (nm) depending on application. The pores in the RO membrane are small enough to restrict organic compounds such as minerals and salt, but allow water molecules to pass through. Reverse osmosis membranes are also porous and restrictive enough to filter out disease causing pathogens and bacteria from water.
State of art Reverse Osmosis Solutions from Dutco Tennant LLC. We supply Fully automatic Brackish water and Sea water RO plants in skid Mounted/ Containerized Configurations.