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Well Water Treatment Systems

Well Water Treatment Systems | Industrial & Commercial Well water treatment systems are used to purify water and eliminate impurities from all types of well water (dug wells - driven wells - drilled wells). To have the right and the most efficient well water treatment system, you need to correctly analyze the well water chemistry and to [...]

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What is Industrial Reverse Osmosis (RO)?

The idea of industrial Reverse Osmosis (RO) is to use high-pressure produced from motorized pumps to push water in the opposing direction of osmotic pressure so that the water source with the higher concentration of contaminants is forced to pass through the semi-permeable membrane instead of the water with lower concentration of salinity, or salt content. This allows reverse osmosis [...]

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Reverse Osmosis: Industrial and Commercial Applications

Filtered water obtained through reverse osmosis (RO) processes have many applications across countless industries, and can potentially help to cut costs at any stage of industrial or commercial production, for many different uses. Because the difference between commercial and industrial systems can be negligible at times, there is often times common ground between the commercial and industrial applications of reverse osmosis.Reverse [...]

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Industrial and Commercial Seawater Reverse Osmosis

Industrial and Commercial Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO)It is a well-known fact that a good portion—about 71 percent to be exact—of the Earth’s surface is covered in water. However, not all of that water is usable. 97 percent of all of the water on Earth is sea or ocean water. Fresh water sources make up only about 3 percent of [...]

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Industrial and Commercial Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis

Brackish water generally refers to any water source with a TDS, or total dissolved solids, level between 1,000 and 15,000 ppm. Of the many vast sources of water on the Earth’s surface only 3 percent of it is considered to be fresh water—from sources like glaciers, wetlands, mangroves, lakes, rainwater, estuaries, and aquifers. Although they are labeled fresh water sources, [...]

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Brackish Groundwater Treatment by Reverse Osmosis

Brackish groundwater treatment by reverse osmosis has become a universally proven method to providing large amounts of clean, potable water to municipalities, businesses, and many industries that require fresh water for a vast array of uses and applications.By far the biggest use of fresh water sources is for irrigation purposes and raising livestock—and it accounts for 69 percent of fresh [...]

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9 Advantages of Desalination

What are the advantages of desalination? Advantages of desalination:Provides people with potable water (clean & fresh drinking water).Provides water to the agricultural industry.Water quality is safe (not dangerous or hazardous to any living thing).Uses tried-and-tested technology (the method is proven and effective).Helps preserve current freshwater supplies.Unlimited ocean water as source.Independent of changing factors.Plants are safely [...]

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What is desalination? Definition & Meaning

Desalination is the removing of salt and minerals from sea water to make it suitable for human consumption & industrial use. This is mostly by employing reverse osmosis to force salt water through membranes that allow water molecules to pass but blocks the molecules of salt & minerals.In other terms, desalination changes sea water into [...]

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What is RO Antiscalant?

Antiscalant chemicals are used to prevent the scaling & fouling of the RO membranes. Scale may consist of mineral fouling such as calcium sulfate, calcium carbonate, barium sulfate, silica, calcium fluoride, and strontium sulfate. The Antiscalant dosing should be done before reaching the RO membranes to break up sulfate precipitates, calcium carbonate, and other mineral [...]

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