Containerized Reverse Osmosis Systems
CHUNKE Containerized Reverse Osmosis System is a self-contained, turnkey system that can function on-the-go or as a permanent water treatment plant. So, it able to start pumping high-quality product in less than a day after arrival on-site. Hence, our containerized reverse osmosis systems are made to order, meaning your system will be specifically tailored to your water treatment requirements, containing all the amenities your reverse osmosis system could possibly need.
What is the advantage of containerized reverse osmosis systems?
First, take the advantages of an industrial containerized reverse osmosis systems – high rejection of metals, minerals, and chemical contaminants, a high recovery rate, and sturdy built-to-last design – and make it portable, able to be transported anywhere in the world where potable water may be necessary. All these features can be yours in addition to a collection of benefits unique to containerized systems.
Benefites of containerized reverse osmosis systems:
- Pre-engineered ready to go
- Save water with high recovery systems complete start up documentation and training
- Low energy RO membranes that provide optimal rejection, productivity and reliability accordingly
- Epoxy coated carbon steel frame or SS304 stainless steel frame
- High quality valves, pumps and fittings provided for each unit accordingly
- Available remote monitoring and normalization available
- Compact footprint saves space consequently
- Complete maintenance service available
- Build/Own operate and lease programs at last
How does containerized reverse osmosis plant work?
Containerized reverse osmosis plant includes a multimedia pretreatment tanks, water softener, antiscalant dosing system, antifouling dosing system, reverse osmosis unit with semi-permeable inverse osmosis membranes, ozone generator and ultraviolet sterilizers or post chlorination as a post treatment. So, these RO machines apply the new technology of reverse osmosis by sending feed water through a multimedia prefilter to remove particles that are larger than 10 micron. Then the water goes via an antiscalant chemical to control hardness fouling that may cause damage to the membranes of the RO machine.
Containerized RO System with pretreatment:
Hence, these pretreatment options have the capability of removing hardness, chlorine, odors, color, iron, and sulfur. The water then continues into the reverse osmosis unit where a high-pressure pump applies extreme pressure to the highly concentrated solution, separating the remaining salts, minerals, and impurities that the prefilter cannot catch. Fresh, potable water comes out from the low pressure end of the membrane while salts, minerals, and other impurities are discharged into a drain on the other end. Lastly, the water is passed through a UV sterilizer (or post chlorination) to kill any bacteria and microbes that still exist in the water.
Can i use second hand container for ro plant to reduce cost?
Meanwhile, containerized reverse osmosis purification system cost is largely dependend on feed water quality and the required product water quality. Also now, container price is high, we can supply second hand repaired and painted container to reduce your cost.
The following list details many of the common pre and post treatment components:
- Chemical and pH dosing
- Media filter for example quartz sand
- Carbon filter for example activated carbon
- Water softener
- Antiscalant dosing
- Advanced controller
- Advanced instruments
- Iron removal filter for example greensand
- TDS, pH, Conductivity monitoring accordingly
- Stainless Steel Skid or frame
- Blending systems
- Three phase electrical system and accessories
- PLC components for example Mitsibushi
- Touch Panel for example Siemens
- CIP membrane cleaning system
- 10ft, 20ft and 40ft Container
What is the electrical power consumption of Containerized RO System?
As a result, It is depend on capacity of ro water purifier plant as liter per hour or liter per day. So, our ro water treatment system power supply range is 220V to 480V with 50Hz or 60Hz.
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