Reverse osmosis provides the highest degree of filtration at the level of ionic impurities. At the same time, the purified water has average salt concentration of 2…15 mg/l, whereas the water with ultimate salt concentration of under 100 mg/l is hardly suitable for drinking as physiologically inferior.
The baromembrane method of ultrafiltration can substantially solve the problem of producing drinking water.
Ultrafiltration efficiency is, in many ways, defined by choosing the right mode of operation: length of filter cycle, washing cycle and washing intensity, consumption and application rates of chemicals. These characteristics are defined by the quality of inlet water, which is why when designing major facilities we always run pilot tests on low capacity units of our own production. Such approach allows to design clusters characterized by the best possible number of membrane modules, minimum power and water consumption, maximum quality of the filtered water.
Application of ultrafiltration units in the technological process provides the necessary guaranteed water quality characteristics, essential for stable operation of subsequent membrane equipment (reverse osmosis systems.
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