Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment
Reverse osmosis is the process of forcing a solvent from a region of high solute concentration through a membrane to a region of low solute concentration by applying a pressure in excess of the osmotic pressure. This is the reverse of the normal osmosis process.
The membranes used for reverse osmosis systems have a dense polymer barrier layer in which separation takes place, usually, the polymer is wound over a collector
There should be an economic balance between product quality and system recovery. High recoveries increase the concentration of dissolved solids in the system which makes the system work more efficiently and decrease waste.
Micro Chemicals provides RO plant chemicals such as antiscalant, pH booster to improve membrane durability and maintain treated RO water parameters with a high recovery rate
Micro Chemicals Formulate wide categories of RO water treatment Chemicals as follows and also plant and accessories
RO cleaning chemicals
Product Code: Mpure 320, 330, 340, 350, 360.
The inhibition and dispersion done by Antiscalant Chemical helps extend run times of a reverse osmosis system while reduce cleaning frequencies and increase the overall productivity of RO Elements.
Product Code: Mpure 1000
pH Booster Chemicals control of pH and alkalinity levels in water helping your systems achieve greater working performance and long service life.
RO Cleaning Chemicals
Reverse Osmosis membranes and other membrane systems need periodic cleaning and servicing. For optimal performance, specific chemicals are required, depending on the cause of the pollution.
Reverse osmosis is a common process to purify or desalinate contaminated water by forcing water through a membrane. Water produced by reverse osmosis may be used for a variety of purposes, including desalination, wastewater treatment, the concentration of contaminants, and the reclamation of dissolved minerals.
We at Micro Chemicals provide RO plants designed to operate from 500LPH and above beyond 5000LPH
RO Membrane Housing
Pre Filtration units
Valves and fittings
Flow Measuring Instruments
Suspended particles may settle on the membrane surface, thus blocking feed channels and increasing pressure drop across the system. Sparingly soluble salts may precipitate from the concentrate stream, create a scale on the membrane surface, and result in lower water permeability through the RO membranes. This process of formation of a deposited layer on a membrane surface is called membrane fouling and results in a performance decline of the RO system.
Micro Chemicals ensures reliable affordable and efficient performance through products and services