RO Water Plant CapacityCompany Name : Clarion Water Systems, Vijayawada
Year of Purchase : 2007 (500 Liters),
2012 (2000 Liters)
Input : 1900 Liters (500 Liters), 18000 (2000 Liters)
Output : 400 Liters (500 Liters), 1500 (2000 Liters)
About RO Process
Ultimately, the factors that affect the performance of a Reverse Osmosis System are:
Reverse Osmosis seems like a complex system it is really a simple and straightforward water filtration process. And it's not a new process. High-pressure (pump driven) reverse osmosis systems have been used for years to desalinate* water – to convert brackish or seawater to drinking water. Having a better understanding of how a reverse osmosis system works will eliminate the mystery and confusion you may feel when you look at a reverse osmosis system -- with its many colored tubes and multitude of filters. Read on to enhance your knowledge of residential reverse osmosis systems. Reverse Osmosis is a process in which dissolved inorganic solids (such as salts) are removed from a solution (such as water). This is accomplished by household water pressure pushing the tap water through a semi permeable membrane. The membrane (which is about as thick as cellophane) allows only the water to pass through, not the impurities or contaminates. These impurities and contaminates are flushed down the drain.
- Incoming water pressure
- Water Temperature
- Type and number of total dissolved solids (TDS) in the tap water
- The quality of the filters and membranes used in the RO System (see operating specs)
Advantages of Reverse Osmosis
- Improves taste, odor and appearance.
- Highly effective purification process. Will remove the pollutants!
- Consumes no energy
- Very convenient
- Flushes away pollutants, does not collect them
- Easy to keep clean