Reverse osmosis (RO) filtration is the most common type of filtration for desalination used in order to reduce TDS in water. Reverse Osmosis relies on pressure to force water through a reverse osmosis membrane, thus separating water from impurities. Reverse Osmosis membranes are often used for desalination but it can also be used for wastewater treatment and water reuse, as well as for the removal of trace phosphates, calcium, heavy metals, and other substances.
Brackish Water has salinity higher than that of freshwater but not as much as freshwater. Brackish water RO membranes are membranes that have varying applications including desalination, potable water, industrial process water, and wastewater. For Brackish water, there are three ranges of varying membrane classification offered by Dutco Tennant: CPA (High Rejection Membrane), ESPA (Energy-Saving Membrane), and LFC (Low Fouling Membrane)
As this has a high salt rejection feature, it produces ultrapure water which is highly needed in some critical industrial sectors such as the pharmaceutical, electronics, semiconductor, and power industry.
Depending on your feed water and product water quality, Dutco Tennant can offer you the best suitable membrane for your water treatment plant. You can get the highest level of reliability, quality, and accuracy, with limited costs and many possibilities of configuration and application by choosing our range of Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Membranes.
Dutco has years of experience in dealing with these brackish water reverse osmosis filtration membranes which are important to make sure that the water that you are getting is up to the standard of the local municipality and as well as satisfactory for the application whether it’s for seawater, brackish water or greywater.
Our group of technical people are knowledgeable and trained to design the best suitable solution or method in which the system will best cater to your requirement as well as to make sure that systems will be installed, commissioned, and ran at optimum conditions.