Reverse Osmosis System- For High Fluoride & TDS
- The RO system produces purified water (permeate) from feed water by rejecting all organic and inorganic ingredients via a semi-permeable membrane system. The RO system divides the incoming feed stream into two effluent streams:
I. Because the permeate (treated water) flows through reverse osmosis membranes, it contains significantly fewer dissolved mineral salts and organics for use (usually 96% rejection ratio). The designed recovery of the RO machine is 50-75%.
II. The concentrate (reject water) is the stream that slowly passes past the membrane surface, retaining the contaminants separated from the permeate stream. A particular minimum flow of ‘concentration’ is required to prevent the RO membranes from ‘fouling’ due to the removed mineral salts and organic components.