Reverse Osmosis Systems

Reverse osmosis systems are crucial parts of commercial water treatment projects in industrial settings such as metal finishers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, cosmetic manufacturers, semiconductor producers, food and beverage manufacturers and a variety of others. Commercial reverse osmosis systems are for applications of pure water where the flow requirements exceed 0.5 gallons per minute of permeate flow (G.P.M.).

Reverse osmosis membranes vs. alternative purification

Commercial reverse osmosis systems, much like industrial reverse osmosis systems, are relatively large industrial systems with a variety of components, accessories and electronics. The primary method by which purification is accomplished through the use of industrial reverse osmosis systems is reverse osmosis. This is a process that occurs through specialized membranes, known as reverse osmosis membranes. Reverse osmosis membranes are slender, cylindrical membranes made of thin composite film, a cellulose membrane. This form of purification is extremely efficient as it provides a low-cost, high-purity water output. Reverse osmosis systems are very effective in achieving pure water for industrial and commercial use.

Alternative commercial means to achieving pure water include water deionization and distillation. Deionized water can be produced in one of two commercial arrays; mixed bed water deionization or separate bed water deionization. This form of water purification can be costly, as most water deionization resin beds require chemical regeneration for either hydrochloric acid or caustic (sodium hydroxide). Water distillation is another extremely costly water purification alternative.

Commercial and industrial reverse osmosis systems

Industrial reverse osmosis systems are economical, effective and powerful solutions to many industry problems such as high chlorine, chloramine and organics levels, excessive dissolved calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese, fluoride, lead, arsenic and sulphur. Countless sectors of commercial and industrial business not only use, but also entirely depend on the availability of purified or filtered water. Such industries include manufacturing, assembly, hospitality, educational institutional, healthcare and foodservice.

Industrial and commercial reverse osmosis systems are customized to each application. Factors that are taken into consideration when sizing an industrial reverse osmosis system includes total dissolved solids count (TDS), hardness, required flow rate, availability and pressure of incoming water, specific use of purified water and total required daily volume. Below are a few commercial reverse osmosis systems:

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