Industrial Reverse Osmosis Water

Industrial Reverse Osmosis Water

In recent years, reverse osmosis plants Industrial have been widely spread, going more and more to replace equipment of demineralization ion exchange, better known as demineralisation resins. Applying to a stream of water to be treated a reverse osmosis plant will obtain water with certain technical characteristics of which will enable the same to be used in various industrial fields.

The main reason why the demineralization reverse osmosis are replacing the demineralization resin plants is given by the fact that the latter must be regenerated at the end of each production cycle (normally for a period of 8 – 10 hours) using acid hydrochloric acid and soda. This regeneration process consists in dosing, with suitable systems, these chemicals on the resins; after a certain time it makes a backwash, also of a specific duration, to eliminate the acid and soda. At the end of this operation, the resin will be “regenerated” and ready for a new production cycle. The water produced by the aforementioned washing are called “eluates” and are particularly polluted and intended for disposal or to a special treatment. The waste water of a reverse osmosis system will instead only more concentrated at the level of salts than the incoming one.

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