A reverse osmosis membrane is a highly effective purification method to remove salts and ions to produce pure water.
A spiral membrane is constructed with a number of membrane envelopes wound around a perforated central tube. The water is forced through the semi-permeable membrane which rejects the salt molecules leaving pure water on the other side. This pure water is called the permeate and spirals inward to the central tube for collection.
Providing typical rejection rates of 98-99%, low energy membranes have become the new industry standard for commercial reverse osmosis elements. The permeate production and rejection rates of this range, coupled with the low operating pressures, result in a line of products that have become hugely successful across the reverse osmosis market.
Key Product Features
- Reduced energy consumption
- Lower operating costs and system wear and tear