RO water plant is a device that removes dissolved solids from potable water. It is widely used in public, private, and commercial buildings to prevent damage caused by dissolved solids such as minerals, sediment, chlorine, and chemicals which can cause rusting of pipelines. The RO water plant extracts the dissolved solids from the water using ion-exchange resins and filters them through activated carbon filtration media while maintaining a settled chemical and dissolved solids suspension inside the RO water plant. The process also solves the problem of dissolved solids and chemical pollution. The purification revives water by ion exchange membrane filters and carbon filtration media in a novel way which is complete for all kinds of ordinary water, such as mains, well, or lake supply.
What are the types of RO water plant systems?
RO water plant systems are used to purify and treat contaminated water. RO systems can be used in areas where the water supply is not safe to drink. RO systems are also used to treat industrial wastewater, stormwater, and gray water. RO systems can be of two types: Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Nanofiltration (NF). The two systems differ in the way they treat the water.
Reverse Osmosis (RO: Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a process of using pressure to separate the water from impurities. RO is an effective and economical method for the removal of mineral salts and other contaminants from water. It is the most commonly used process for drinking water purification. It uses a semi-permeable membrane to remove the impurities from water. RO process uses a reverse osmosis process to separate pure water from impurities by means of an ultra-filtration membrane. There are three grades of purity in the RO system, Reverse Osmosis Grade a System’s water is 90% pure.
Nanofiltration (NF): Nanofiltration is a method of purifying water by using nanotechnology. Nanofiltration is a very effective method of purifying water that can be used in many areas of the world. It can be used in developing countries where access to clean drinking water is a problem. Nanofiltration works by removing particles from the water and then removing other harmful chemicals, such as nitrates and pesticides in water. The only byproducts are purified water and activated carbon to filter the remaining chemicals out of the clean drinking water. That being said, Nanofiltration has a few disadvantages that may prevent its use in certain areas or people who need pure drinking water for treatment purposes:
As mentioned above, some developed countries have a ban on Nanofiltration technology due to its potential dangers. If we look at examples of these problems Nano-filtration contamination is caused through no mixing from multiple faucets making it more prone as well as when your hot coffee lands straight into a cold tap you’re getting bacteria straight into the water. As well as when you use a cloth to clean it which later gets drawn back into your tap; that is also known to contaminate your water. Due to its popularity, wastewater treatment facilities in these countries will instead implement traditional processes such as chemical and physical filtration techniques before being discharged back out of our rivers systems where people primarily go for drinking water supply (Ashford, 2016)
This environmental problem can be solved using Nanofiltration technology by simply not allowing drinks from different faucets or hot/cold coffee cups to contaminate one another’s filtered.
Application of Ro Water Plant in Bangladesh
- In the oil and gas industry
- pharmaceuticals industries
- agrochemical industries
- food processing
- drinking water
- dairy industries
Advantage of RO water plant:
- It is relatively environment-friendly as it does not require much power consumption. It has no potential to pollute the environment if the components are designed and used in a proper way.
- No need to change any filters and related apps accordingly to the demand.
- A 450-watt electric motor run by a small generator gets enough power for supply/pumping process.
- It has no carbon footprint as compared to another water plant.
- It does not require power from any fuel, just the pump and electric motor.
- It is convenient because the water provided is sweet and tasting.
- It is used in all kinds of applications, like drinking water, food processing, pharmaceuticals, water treatment, and many more.
Working Process of RO Water Plant:
RO Plant in Bangladesh is a process of treating and purifying water by using reverse osmosis technology. It works on the principle of pressure to pass water through a semi-permeable membrane under pressure. Water is passed through the membrane and is forced to flow out through a permeate tube. The water is then collected in a reservoir and is treated for further use. RO plant can be used in industries like dairy, food processing, oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceuticals, and coffee. A RO plant is a good alternative to conventional distillation and can be used where there are high concentrations of minerals, salts, or chemicals such as in extracting salt from seawater, desalination plants, etc.
Why Choose Us Cleantech Engineering Limited
As a leading water treatment company in Bangladesh, we’re committed to providing our customers with the best services possible. Daily water supply to your plants & offices, No more problem with clogging of pipes caused by the high biological load can reduce operational costs for the utilities. Our reliable plant provides a continuous hot and cold pressure distribution system. A perfect choice for a low energy budget RO Water Plant in Bangladesh is becoming an essential part of any office or industrial area. It helps in creating qualified and healthy microclimates near your indoor operations. This can lead to higher productivity, improved efficiency as well as a reduction in overall business expenses. If you are looking forward to getting such a prestigious solution then we give you Ro Water Plant at the lowest prices possible! We have developed Ro Water Plant for this purpose and are now offering it to all of our customers at competitive prices.