Hi! Simply click below and type your query.
Our experts will reply you very soon.
Posted by Admin on November, 06, 2013
Reverse Osmosis, as the name clearly tells, is the opposite of osmosis. Osmosis is a process in which water with low solute content passes to a high solute content solution through a semi-permeable membrane. This happens naturally due to a thermodynamic parameter called the osmotic pressure. The semi-permeable membrane allows only water molecules to pass through it.
What Is Reverse Osmosis?
It means that if there is pure water at one side of the membrane and impure on the other, then the pure water will pass through the membrane to create equilibrium. Now, if an external pressure is applied to stop the pure water from flowing through the membrane and also to force the impure water to pass through it to the other end, then the process is called Reverse Osmosis. As the semi-permeable membrane only allows water or smaller particles to pass through it, the impurities get blocked at one side.
Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System is one of the most reliable ways of purifying water. It is even economical than many other processes. And in fact, it is known to remove almost all of the dissolved impurities of water.
Different Uses Of Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System
Industries Where RO Water Treatment Systems Are Majorly Used
Based in Maharashtra, India, Mahir Technologies Inc. is an ISO 9001- 2008 certified Manufacturer, Exporter and Supplier of Water Treatment Plants, Water Treatment Components, Water Treatment Chemicals, Water Distribution System and Ultraviolet Water Purifiers. The Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment System offered by Mahir Technologies Inc. under its Water Treatment Plants is a very popular and reliable product of the company. To know in detail about the products or about the company, one can log on to the website www.mahirtech.com.
This entry was posted on November, 06, 2013 at 17 : 26 pm and is filed under Water Treatment Components. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response from your own site.