WHAT IS A RO WATER TREATMENT MACHINE?
RO Water Treatment machne is using semi-permable reverse osmosis membrane to remove unwanted matters in water.
You are looking for RO Water Treatment Machine, but you are not sure what kind of system is fit your usage or your process. Here, we will explain all details and you can buy correct system for you.
First of all, you must know what is reverse osmosis system?
Reverse osmosis systems are the most commonly utilized water treatment processes that works to eliminate unwanted contaminants, such as total dissolved solids and salts from water. For complete information on the RO process, please watch our video below above.
Hoe does RO Water Treatment Machine Work?
Reverse osmosis is an economical operation that is ideal for the conversion of untreated water into fresh drinking water. The reverse of the established osmosis process sees the solvent transfer from a high solute concentration to a low solute concentration, through the use of high-pressure pumps. These pumps generate osmotic pressure which forces the water solution through layers of semi-permeable RO membranes that filter out over 99.9% of organic and in-organic substances existing in the water. The concentration of contaminants left behind are then discharged, while the pure solvent remains on the other side of the RO system or RO Water Treatment Machine.
The method is identical to filtration via membranes. Nevertheless, there are, primary dissimilarities between membrane filtration and reverse osmosis systems. Draining, or size exclusion, is the prevalent eradicating technique in membrane technology, so the mechanism can generally attain proper particle exclusion irrespective of operating conditions including affecting concentration and pressure. RO Water Treatment Machine and Systems rather function by integrating an interfacial framework such that the capacity of removal depends on the concentration of the solution, pressure and the rate of water flux.
Now, you have idea about reverse osmosis system and ro water treatment machine. But how you decide which type ro plant is most suitable to fit your demand.
What are the 4 types of water sources?
- Ground water. The ground absorbs water and retains it in soil and the pores of rocks.
- Flowing water. Water found in streams, rivers and lakes with underwater currents can be reasonably clean.
- Standing water. The term ‘standing water’ refers to any body of water that isn’t flowing or in motion.
What is the TDS?
TDS stands for total dissolved solids: it is one of the important parameters for designing of RO Water Treatment Machine and represents the total concentration of dissolved substances in water. TDS is made up of inorganic salts, as well as a small amount of organic matter. Common inorganic salts that can be found in water include calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium, which are all cations, and carbonates, nitrates, bicarbonates, chlorides and sulfates, which are all anions. Cations are positively charged ions and anions are negatively charged ions.
How i know what is my water TDS?
You can buy small pen type TDS meter. But this kind of TDS meter can measure if your raw water TDS level is less than 1000ppm. If your water source higher than 1000ppm, we suggest you to send one bottle of water to local test laboratory before buying RO Water Treatment Machine.
I often hear terms like brackish water, saline water, seawater, and brine in reference to desalination. What is the difference between them?
The primary difference between the types of water mentioned above is in the amount of total dissolved solids (TDS) they contain. Brackish water typically contains TDS in concentrations ranging from 1,000 milligrams per liter (mg/l) to 10,000 mg/l. Saline water or salt water has more than 10,000 mg/l TDS. And, brine is very salty water (TDS greater than 35,000 mg/l). Seawater typically is very salty (TDS >35,000 mg/l).
In a RO water treatment machine, the greater the TDS concentration of the water, the higher the pressure needed for the pumps to push water through the membranes, and consequently, the higher the energy costs. Desalinating seawater is, therefore, usually more costly than desalinating brackish water.
Why some RO Water Treatment Machines are expensive some of them cheap?
Now, you know TDS and how RO Water Treatment Machine works. If your TDS level is high, we have to use bigger pump, special membrane which are more expensive than standard. So, if your water is salty, your ro water treatment machine price will be higher than who hass less salty water source.
How i will decide size of RO water treatment machine?
We design all system as regards to water anaysis report, application and volumetric flow as liter per hour. First, you think how many liter water do you need per day. For example, you have a factory and you need 100,000 liters (100m3) water per day. And you want RO Water Treatment Machine work just working time, it is 8 hours. So, your machine capacity must be 100.000liters/8hours = 12500 liters per hour (LPH).
Why Choose Us
of RO Water Treatment Machine
RO (Reverse Osmosis) Filtration
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a partially permeable membrane to remove ions, unwanted molecules and larger particles from drinking water.
Mechanical Filtration | Carbon Filtration
A mechanical filter is a type of filter that is primarily designed to remove suspended solid particles. Carbon filtering is a method of filtering that uses a bed of activated carbon to remove impurities from a fluid using adsorption.
Precision PP Filter
PP filter has a multi-layered microscopic PP fibre using spunbond polypropylene unique melt-blown technology. Its graded pore structure ensures high dirt holding capacity so that it allows maximum usage of the entire filter’s depth. As it has high chemical resistance and heat resistance, it is excellent for purifying medicines and high-purity chemicals. Material: Filter media: Graded layer of 100% polypropylene microfiber.
How to install RO Water Treatment Machine?
CHUNKE expert with 20+ years’ experience will help you with RO water treatment machine installation step by step. Upon installation of your ro water treatment machine or line, the expert stays in your factory to monitor your new equipment run smoothly and train your technicians. After our expert leaving, CHUNKE will provide 24/7 prompt and courteous service for your demand.
What kind of service our expert provides to you in your factory?
Installation of machines and equipment or filling line at the factory of customer.
Synchronize and coordinate schedule with engineering to proceed switches and preventive maintenance operation.
Proceed necessary engineering modification on machines and filling line to optimize the performance and stability of machines.
Trouble shooting for RO water treatment machine’s issues.
Document all scheduled operation as per proper documentation policy.
Provide on-site training course for all necessary procedures.
Chunke expert will be responsible for installation, modification for your all machines in your factory. The only purpose for all these activities will aim at optimizing the equipment to maximize production capacity. CHUNKE also assure the expert will proceed routine operations for the whole production line, and fully meet customer’s requirement for production.
How is CHUNKE after sale service?
CHUNKE will provide continuous after sales support to every customer. Also a solid warranty on each RO water treatment machine we sold, workmanship, performance, and solution response time. CHUNKE service departments prepare thousands of various components stocking, ready for any urgent demand from customer, to assure the fast and efficient fulfillment of all parts orders, which will effectively minimize downtime and productivity loss of customer’s factory
CHUNKE service expert are all qualified with 15-20+ years experience to assure smooth installation. They also provide on-site training and onging support.
After sales expert support will cover below:
- Installation of ro water treatment machine in customer’s factory
- Troubleshooting operation
- Solve electrical, mechanical and software problems
- Maintain and restore computerized machine history database.
- If one of your demand is to reduce downtime due to machine’s breakdowns, you would want to learn more about the CHUNKE 18 Months Guarantee.