Reverse Osmosis uses a semi-permeable membrane to remove salts and ions from seawater to provide fresh water. Semi-permeable membrane is a porous sheet barrier, which blocks the flow of salts and other solutes but allows only water to flow through.
Seawater under pressure, is forced through microscopic pores in the membrane while larger dissolved solids and heavy molecular weight contaminants are continually flushed away as reject water.
- Prefiltration (multimedia filters, self-cleaning filters, ultrafiltration)
- UV Sterliser
- High pressure pump
- Energy recovery system
- CIP/Automatic flushing system
- Reverse Osmosis Membranes
- Post-treatment (remineralisation)
- Remote monitoring system
- Flow transmitters: sea water, permeate, brine
- Super Duplex