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Posted by Admin on December, 11, 2012
One of the popular Water Purification Technologies in the present times, the Reverse Osmosis is a process wherein two containers containing pure and salty water are connected by a semi-permeable membrane and pressure is applied on the one containing salty water. This reverses the flow of water through the membrane and pure water is obtained. From the initial experiments of the 1950s where a few drops were obtained every hour, the Reverse Osmosis has seen enough development and today 1.7 billion gallons of pure water is obtained on a daily basis all across the globe.
The Reverse Osmosis Plants, which are used for the Reverse Osmosis process, comprise of parts housed in a cabinet which can be made of MS Powder Coating or SS Skid. The Reverse Osmosis Plants have a semi-permeable membrane which can allow the passage of water but not salt and other minerals present in water in the diluted form. The semi-permeable membrane rejects all particles that have a molecular weight of above 100 and the purification level is around 95% to greater than 99%.
The benefit of the Reverse Osmosis Plants is that they are the finest Water Purifying Equipment available. Producing ultra pure and potable water, the Reverse Osmosis Plants are cost effective, easy to install and require very less maintenance. The application areas of the Reverse Osmosis Plants, apart from the domestic and industrial water purification, include:
Mahir Technologies Inc is one of the well-known Manufacturers, Exporters and Suppliers of Reverse Osmosis Plants as well as various other Water Purification Equipment and Chemicals. The reliability and efficiency of the products on offer is unmatched and for further details about the Reverse Osmosis Plants, offered by the company, visit the website http://www.mahirtech.com/.
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