Pure Aqua, Inc. successfully manufactured and supplied an industrial BWRO unit to a major water treatment company in the Philippines. The objective was to produce drinking water with less than 500 ppm. The product water capacity was 57,000 GPD from a well water of approximately 5,000 ppm TDS. This industrial BWRO unit was selected from our RO-400 series and came complete with an advanced microprocessor control panel, a high pressure stainless steel pump, dechlorination, and antiscalant dosing systems.
Since its initial startup, the industrial BWRO unit has been running smoothly with minimal trouble-shooting. The average reverse osmosis unit is composed of pretreatments such as multimedia and activated carbon filters, a water softener with brine tank, the reverse osmosis system with membranes, and a UV sterilizer post-treatment. The unit employs the reverse osmosis process to carry out the task of water purification.
Reverse osmosis is a pressure-driven method utilized to eliminate inorganic dissolved solids like salt from water through a very fine membrane. Excessive pressure is applied via a high pressure pump to force waters generating from lakes, wells, rivers, etc. against the surface of the fine membrane blocking salt, suspended particulate matters, minerals, ions, and other impurities from passing through. The result is the emergence of fresh, potable water on the lower-pressured side. The blocked salt, impurities and other contaminates are released into the brine stream and then discharged down a drain.
System/Product: Industrial Brackish Reverse Osmosis
Flow Rate: 57,000 GPD
Date: March 2013
Components & Brands:
- RO400 series
- Advanced microprocessor control panel
- High pressure stainless steel pump
- Antiscalant dosing
Pure Aqua, Inc. designs and manufactures water treatment systems in addition to industrial BWRO units. This particular unit was manufactured for a customer in the Philippines and was delivered after completion in March 2013. This unit is meant to treat brackish water, more specifically that coming from a well. Before the water goes through reverse osmosis the water being treated is put through a chlorination treatment, multimedia filtration, activated carbon filtration, and an antiscalant dosing system. For more information click here: http://www.pureaqua.com/brackish-water-ro.html
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