What is the reverse osmosis system and how it works?
What does Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse osmosis or reverse osmosis water system, referred to as RO, where you remove dissolved solids and other contaminants from waterby forcing the water through a semi-permeable （reverse osmosis membrane）, to separate and remove dissolved solids, organic, pyrogens, submicron colloidal matter, color, nitrate and bacteria from water.
Feed water is delivered under pressure through the RO membrane, where water permeates the minute pores of the membrane and is delivered as purified water called permeate water. Impurities in the water are concentrated in the reject stream and flushed to the drain is called concentrate water.
Reverse osmosis (RO) is one of the oldest and most popular separation techniques used mainly for the purification of water.
Today, this technique is extensively used by many around the world to purify water for industrial, residential, commercial and scientific purposes. The reverse osmosis machine includes industrial water treatment systems, commercial water treatment systems and home water purification system.
How does Reverse Osmosis Work?
Reverse osmosis involves the appliaciton of pressure(usually greater than the osmotic pressure) on one side of the solution where a RO membrane is placed in between the solutions.This membrane is used to filter out contaminants down to the smallest particles.The contaminants are often referred to as RO membrane.