ProMinent's Compact RO Systems.
ProMinent Fluid Control (UK) Ltd have recently launched a series of compact reverse osmosis reverse osmosis
The movement of a solvent in the opposite direction from osmosis in such a manner that the solvent moves from a solution of greater concentration through a membrane to a solution of lesser concentration. units for purifying pu·ri·fy
v. pu·ri·fied, pu·ri·fy·ing, pu·ri·fies
1. To rid of impurities; cleanse.
2. To rid of foreign or objectionable elements.
3. tap water.
These new RO systems have been designed for low flow users and have applications in the production of pure water for the food and allied industries.
There are five units in the range, which offer permeate permeate /per·me·ate/ (-at?)
1. to penetrate or pass through, as through a filter.
2. the constituents of a solution or suspension that pass through a filter.
v. flowrates of 20, 90, 175,400 and 600 litres an hour.
Mounted on rugged polypropylene skids, these units are operated under microprocessor control from their newly introduced Dulcosmose controller, which takes full control of the sequencing of the solenoid valves, high pressure pump and conductivity measurements that are used to monitor the water quality. At the heart of the system is a stainless steel stainless steel: see steel.
Any of a family of alloy steels usually containing 10–30% chromium. The presence of chromium, together with low carbon content, gives remarkable resistance to corrosion and heat. pressure vessel Pressure vessel
A cylindrical or spherical metal container capable of withstanding pressures exerted by the material enclosed. Pressure vessels are important because many liquids and gases must be stored under high pressure. containing a composite membrane m a layer structure. A layer of non woven polyester gives structural strength, whilst a layer of microporous polysulphone offers high permeability as well as resistance against compaction under high pressure.