Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Treatment Plant
Reverse Osmosis (RO) Water Treatment Plant is based on the technology used to remove most contaminants from water by pushing the water under pressure through a semi-permeable membrane. It is the most reliable technology that allows the passage of water molecules and not the majority of dissolved salts, organics and bacteria. It assists in the removal of all impurities such as excess salts, micro-organisms, and other products left behind by disinfection products and chemical toxins. The reverse osmosis plant process is normally used as a desalination process to remove 95 to 99.9% of the total dissolved solids from the feed water.
At DWTPL RO System, the water is treated at the molecular level by the reverse osmosis process, thus ensuring the removal of all impurities such as excess salts, micro-organisms, and other products left behind by disinfection products and chemical toxins.
The DWTPL Reverse Osmosis System is a viable economic alternative compared to other conventional distillation processes due to its salient features and multiple benefits.
- Preparation of drinking water
- Desalination of seawater
- Desalination of brackish water
- Useful for plants
- Used in industries pharmaceutical, boiler feed water, beverage, metal finishing, textile industry and semiconductor manufacturing
- Also used in dairy, starch and sugar industries
The concept use in Ro plant is Reverse osmosis
It is Membrane base technology use to remove cations and anions from water
Use of semipermeable membrane 98% TDS retain in reject so treated water TDS get reduced
Available range 200 Iph to 25 m3/hr and more
Some combinations and their use :
1) RO + UV/ Ozonation treated water use for drinking
2) RO +Cation + anion Treated water use for Dialysis machine supply
3) RO PLANT Treated water use for boiler feed, cooling tower m/u & other. process applications where tds requirement 5 to 50 ppm
4) RO + SAC+ DGT+ SBA+MB Treated water use for high pressure boiler feed & process. application where conductivity <1 us
Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP)
Effluent Treatment Plant, also known as ETP, is a wastewater treatment process (WWTP) used to treat wastewater. Effluent Treatment Plant plays a significant role in the treatment of industrial wastewater as well as domestic sewage. Organic matter, inorganic matter, heavy metals, oil & grease, suspended particles, and other contaminants are treated in the wastewater treatment process of an ETP plant. Effluent Treatment Plant is a process designed for treating industrial wastewater for its reuse or safe disposal to the environment. Chemical treatment, biological treatment, a combination of chemical and biological treatment, and thermal treatment are the several types of wastewater treatment plants.
- Bio-Gas Plant
- Distillery Effluent Treatment Plant
- Sugar Effluent Treatment
- Dairy Effluent Treatment
- Paper & Pulp Industry Effluent Treatment
- Pharmaceutical Waste Treatment
- Farming and gardening