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What is Reverse Osmosis? Reverse Osmosis is a technology used for removing the large amount of contaminants from the water by passing the water through the semi-permeable membrane. What is RO plant? A reverse osmosis plant is basically a manufacturing plant in which the reverse osmosis process takes place. The RO plants desalinate the water using the six kilo-watt hours of electricity ending in an amount of salty briny waste. What are industrial RO plants? This module is vital for industrial RO water planter’s for the safer operations. Industrial RO plants are designed after analyzing completely. These plants helps in determining the hardness and contaminants of the water and determining the pre conditioning required. Process of industrial RO plants Raw water pump (to generate pressure) Pressure sand filter (PSF) [filter water by pressure sand] Activated carbon filter (ACF) (to remove odor, color, oil, and chlorine) Micron cartridge filter (MCF) (for removing micron sized particles) Antiscalant dosing system (for preventing membrane from scaling) High pressure pump (for supplying the feed water to RO system) Ro membrane element ( rejecting 90 – 95% of total dissolved solids) Treated (RO) water (to store treated (pure) water in tank) Features of industrial RO plants Excellent functioning Fully automatic operation Uses sustainable energy resources Longer operational life Reduces the energy consumption Requires lesser maintenance Improves the process of desalination Long durable Innovates the areas to treat the wastes Easy to install Compact design Optimal Performance Durable finish standards Vigorous construction Excellent performance Sturdy construction Industrial Applications Package Drinking Water industries Pharmaceutical Industries Ion Exchange Pre-treatment Safe Drinking Beverage Production Water Boiler Feed Water Mineral water plants chemical industries to reduce regeneration Pure water for industrial purpose Extra pure water for electronic purpose Industry Boiler water replenishment Seawater desalting Commercial water treatments Recycling processes Benefits of industrial RO plants Efficient & economical method for removing dissolved solids Easy to start up Spares and services are easily available Delivered within short span of time Compact & modular Can be easily specified from wide range Visually monitored

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What is Demineralization? Demineralization is the process of removing the mineral salts present in water by using the ion exchange process. Demineralization removes all the mineral salts like calcium, sodium, copper, iron, and nitrates and Chlorides. Demineralized water is pure water freed from dissolved materials as a result of any one of the following process: Deionization Distillation Membrane filtration (Reverse Osmosis or Nano filtration) Electro dialysis Or other technologies What are Demineralized (DM) plants? Demineralized plants will produce the demineralized water through the process of ion exchange technology. Using the DM pants will help in reducing the scale formation, corrosion and deposition of tubes which in turn increases the life of pipes and tubes that are present in plants. The main benefit is that it prevents blades from corrosion when they are utilized in turbines. Types of Demineralized (DM) plants Demineralized plants are available in various types as listed below: DME/DMHE DMCE UPCORE (UPflow COuntercurrent REgeneration) MB/MBA Two bed DM plants Mixed bed DM plants (When it comes the need for getting high-purity Demineralized Water, using the Mixed Bed demineralizer is the best choice) Features of Demineralized (DM) plants Enhanced durability Remarkably remove ionic material from water Design based on industrial approval Rigid construction Compact size Easy to operate Corrosion resistant Less maintenance High functionality Longer operational life Low cost Rust free Smooth functioning Industrial Applications Pharmaceutical industries Chemical industries Thermal power plants Textile industries Beverage production Cooling water make up Semi-conductors laboratories Boiler feed water Hospitals and other commercial applications Water treatment plants for removal of calcium and magnesium salts Benefits of utilizing Demineralized (DM) plants? Used for treating high pressure boiler feed water Easy to install Variety of cost effective standard models available Can produce good quality of water Complete removal of dissolved solids Complete Assembly with backwash Simpler distribution and collection systems Mixed bed option for greater purity conductivity meter For constantly monitoring the quality of output

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What necessitates the use of water softener plants? Hardness is of two types as carbonate hardness (known as temporary hardness) and Non-carbonate harness (permanent hardness). The level of water’s hardness increases when the calcium and magnesium ions dissolve more. Ions are originated from limestone sediments &carbon dioxide present in water. Here comes the necessity to soften the hardness of water through the process of ion exchange & this creates the necessity of using water softening plants which softens the hard water. What are Water softener plants? Water softener plants are a kind of water filters that removes the hardness of water due to the presence of calcium and magnesium. Those plants are designed to produces treated soft water that suits all the kinds of industrial applications having the low residual hardness through the entire service cycle. Synthetic resins are used to exchange sodium ion with hardness calcium and magnesium ions. Process of Water softener plants Water softener plants works under the principle of ion exchange process which is done through the resin. These plants will undesirably exchange the ions with the desired ions. The process includes passing raw water through a bed of cation resin in sodium form. The Calcium and magnesium ions are exchanged and the sodium ions are relinquished. Types of Water softener plants Numerous types of water softener plants are available in the market based on the latest and advanced technology. Chemical Water Softeners (used in Laundry) Packaged Water Softeners (2 types as) Precipitating Non-precipitating Automatic water softener Stainless steel RO water softener Automatic sodium exchanger water softener Fully Automatic Water Softener electric single tank softener hydraulic twin tank softener Features of Water softener plants User friendly operations Hassle-free operation Durable structure Non-corrosive Rigid design Longer service life Smooth operation Efficient functionality Long working life Cost effective and lesser maintenance Compact design Automatic regeneration Low power consumption Light weight & compact Industrial Applications Hospitals and healthcare Hotels and resorts Boiler Feed Food processing units Textile Industries Dyeing processes Beverage Production chemical Industries Air Conditioning Plant Water power plants Pharmaceutical industry Oil and gas Restaurant Heating system Commercial and Institutional water power plants Benefits of Water softener plants Provide continuous supply of water Reduces residues Makes cleaning easier and inexpensive Prevents against hard water spots Increases the life span of water utilizing appliances.

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