At Adhisha, we understand the importance for Industrial Reverse Osmosis to produce the daily household requirements.
For – Industrial, Commercial & Bottling plants.
Principle & process
whole house reverse osmosis system
A typical Whole House Reverse Osmosis System includes the following main components:
- Reverse Osmosis Unit to produce the daily household requirements. For example, a 500 gallon-per-day system would produce purified water at the rate of about 20 gallons per hour. Since 20 gallons per hour is not enough to supply the demands of all normal household functions, a supplementary storage system is required so that ample water will be on hand when needed.
- Storage Tank An atmospheric (non-pressurized) storage tank large enough to provide ample water for daily activities. The reverse osmosis unit refills the tank as water is taken from it. The water is stored at atmospheric pressure and must, therefore, be re-pressurized for use.
- Re-pressurization System. This system can consist simply of a pump that comes on automatically when water is needed and supplies pressurized water to the home. Ideally, however, it should include a smaller bladder or diaphragm tank that is filled to house pressure by a pump and gives a more even supply of water when the demand arises.
Water Purification - industrial ro Systems
- Packaged Reverse Osmosis systems with capacities ranging from 800 GPD to 12,000 GPD and up. These systems are ideal for small and medium-sized water stores or bottling operations.
- Can provide good water, with purity required of output water in the 2 to 10 PPM TDS range, from an input water TDS under 1000 PPM.
- For attaining the required water quality standards, commercial Reverse Osmosis systems must integrate various processing stages. The following chart describes these stages.
- The equipment required for these various stages can be purchased as "stand-alone", or separately, if needed.
- For good economics, procuring of an integrated, or "turnkey" system, as per the needed stages and equipment are available which are pre-connected and tested.
Useful for Small to Medium-sized Water Store or Bottling Plant
PPM- Parts Per Million
GPD- Gallons Per Day
Pre conditioning Stage
- Proper preconditioning of water is critical to the smooth and safe operation of your business. Improperly treated input water can cause serious damage to the various components of your RO (reverse osmosis) system, and would surely compromise the quality of your product water.
- A complete analysis of your incoming water supply is essential. This will determine what elements are present and what pre-treatment is necessary to remedy any problems.
- A typical standard preconditioning package consists of the following which are available "stand-alone" or as part of a "turnkey" package. :
- Multi-media filter to remove sediment and particulate matter
- Water softener to eliminate excess mineral content
- Carbon filter to remove any organic chemicals (chlorine, pesticides, etc.)
- Few cases, additional preconditioning may be required. For example, Incoming water having the presence of bacteria needs UV filters and excess iron content needs treatment with specialized iron filters, respectively
Reverse Osmosis Stage
- The Industrial /Commercial RO systems is for the small to medium-sized water store or bottling plant.
- The typical water store requirement :
- For Medium water storage - 800-3000 GPD range
- For Bottling operations - 1500-12,000 GPD and higher.
- Disinfection stage is very essential component of any drinking water processing system. The water exiting the RO system will be stored in a closed tank, which is susceptible to stagnation and biological contamination.
- The combination of Ultraviolet and/or Ozone disinfection is a remedy.
- This equipment can be purchased "stand-alone" if needed. Or can be a part of the RO systems
- Illustration of optionally configurable with UV and Ozone modules is given below.
Stand-alone Reverse Osmosis Systems
Without preconditioning /disinfection
These systems are installed where the customer already has, or wishes to purchase separately, the pre-treatment and disinfection components.