Reverse osmosis

Reverse osmosis is a membrane separation technique that removes large molecules and ions from solutions. It uses a semi-permeable membrane that lets the fluid flow through while dissolved solids stay behind. By applying transmembrane pressure a fluid containing a lower concentration will diffuse through the membrane into the fluids containing a higher concentration of dissolved solids, leaving water that is free of solids on the other side of the membrane.

Reverse osmosis is mainly applied during drinking water preparation and for the production of ultra pure water for the pharmaceutical industries and boiler feed water.

Other applications include the following:

  • Water softening
  • Drinking water production
  • Process water production
  • Concentration of molecular solvents for food and dairy industries

WaterIcon  uses a thin-film composite polyamide RO membrane; consisting of three layers in spiral wound design made by YarnHome®, which is available in a variety of sizes to meet a ride wide range of requirements .

YarnHome® RO Membrane Features:

  • Advanced membrane technology
  • High salt rejection
  • High flow
  • Long lasting
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