Reverse Osmosis Filters

Reverse Osmosis Filters

Before it can say that water can be treated with a reverse osmosis system must know the same analysis to figure out if it can be entered directly or if you have to insert the installation is protected reverse osmosis filters. The membranes that constitute the heart of these systems are in fact very sensitive and can not tolerate, for example, suspended solids that may accumulate on the membranes themselves going to inhibit their function. As mentioned it is important to know the flow analysis to be treated in order to properly size the filter that will protect the reverse osmosis.

A concrete example can be represented by the water extracted from a well that must be treated to be used in the service of a gas turbine of a thermal power plant. In this case the water is drawn from a well, is passed over a first sand filter or quartz, subsequently it passes through a second barrier consists of a filter unit with activated carbon and finally will be ready to “cross” the membranes of our reverse osmosis system. The sequence above is a practical example of a, so to speak, “filter for reverse osmosis”. The same mode of filtration can obviously be adopted for the protection of a plant demineralization ion exchange.

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