Reverse Osmosis Systems Supplier Explain The Working Principle of Ro Membrane


With the development of water pollution, water treatmen […]

With the development of water pollution, water treatment is no longer limited to the field of industrial sewage treatment. Urban domestic sewage and even domestic tap water all need water treatment technology to protect the health of consumers' water and drinking water. Therefore, many families have started to buy and install water purifiers, and the quality of drinking water for families has also reached a new level.

When it comes to domestic water purification equipment, there is a common term: Reverses osmosis membrane. Slowly, the residents know that this is the purification membrane used in the water purifier. What does "reverse osmosis" mean and why can "reverse osmosis membrane" purify water quality? Today, the Reverse Osmosis Systems Supplier will explain to you the working principle of the reverse osmosis membrane. How does it work?

Since there is reverse osmosis, there will be infiltration correspondingly. Infiltration is a natural process. For example, the same volume of concentrated solution and dilute solution are respectively placed on both sides of the U-shaped tube, with a semi-permeable membrane placed in the middle, and the dilute solution will naturally flow to the concentrated solution side. This is infiltration. Applying pressure to make a concentrated solution flow to dilute solution is reverse osmosis.

In the field of water purification, the pore diameter of the semi-permeable membrane is reduced to 0.0001 microns. When concentrated solution flows to dilute solution, impurities in the water will be continuously blocked by reverse osmosis membrane on the side of the concentrated solution and discharged with wastewater. The former dilute solution side is pure water after deep filtration, which has no impurities, good taste, and water purification.

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