INTRODUCTION RO SYSTEM
The process of reverse osmosis can remove different types of dissolved and suspended chemical species as well as biological ones alike bacteria from water. This process is useful in both industrial processes and the production of potable water. The result is that the solute is retained on the pressurized side of the membrane and the pure solvent is passed to the other side. In particular this membrane does not allow large molecules or ions through the holes. Though it allows smaller components of the solution, for instance solvent molecules like water h2o to pass through freely . Generally household drinking water purification systems including a process of reverse osmosis. It is commonly in use for improving water for drinking and cooking
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT RO
A pre filter is a filter that is fitted outside the purifier where the sediment level in the water is high. It
removes sand, dust slit and other particles from the water.
A sediment filter is the filter that comes into play in the first stage of filtration inside the purifier. It
functions like a net that filters unwanted dirt particles as water flows through the system.
The filters contain activated carbon particles which help absorb pollutants that are not visible to the eye
such as chlorine, pesticides and other chemicals, making water free from unpleasant taste. color and
odour . Ensure that the carbon filters in your RO has an iodine value of 1100.
The most crucial part of a water purifier system is the RO membrane. It removes the dissolved
impurities and reduces the TDS level of the water to the desired level. We recommend brands such as
dow Pentair TFC and CSM for RO membrane and suggest that you check the brand name before