Industrial Reverse Osmosis System for Water Treatment SED-FST
The Industrial ro water system is an equipment to purify water with the action of pressure difference of semi permeable membrane.
The SED-FST reverse osmosis (RO) water system is an equipment to purify water with the action of pressure difference of semi permeable membrane. RO membranes can effectively remove majority of organics, harmful substances, bacteria, particulates etc in the raw water.
RO water system is widely used in water treatment, purification for tap water, well water, underground water, borehole salty water, brackish water and seawater, pure water and ultra-pure water production of power stations, electronic industry, medical industry and so on.
Industrial ro water system is capable of removing particles, colloids, organic impurities, heavy metal ions, bacteria, virus, heat source etc. harmful substances and 99% dissolved salts.
(Water softener,dosing system,ozone generator or UV can be added according to the needs. It depends on the quality of raw water )
raw water→raw water tank→raw water pump→sand filter+ carbon filter→ security filter→high pressure pump→reverse osmosis system→ water supply points
Electronic industry: pre-filter for ultra pure water, chemical products and pure water
Food and beverage industry: filter for mineral water, wines, fruit juice, bottled drinking water and so on
Medicine industry: filter for drug liquid
Chemical industry: filter for organic solvent
Petroleum industry: filter for oil-field flooding
The reverse osmosis filter system is small in size, large in production
Comply with WHO drinking water standards
Easy to install and maintain
One-button start, fully automatic and more efficient
All-in-one design, saving transportation and construction cost
Automatic backwashing system for media filter
Produce water continuously, PLC program controlled
Automatic stop when the water tank without water or pure water tank is full
Water quality is continuously monitored by conductivity meter
Reverse osmosis（RO） removes contaminants from unfiltered water, or feed water, when pressure forces it through a semipermeable membrane. Water flows from the more concentrated side (more contaminants) of the RO membrane to the less concentrated side (fewer contaminants) to provide clean drinking water. The fresh water produced is called the permeate. The concentrated water left over is called the waste or brine.
|City Tap Water||Brackish Water||Sea Water|