Nanofiltration System for Agricultural Use 87,000 GPD - Oman

Product Description

Nanofiltration (NF), in water treatment, “bridges” a gap between UF and RO membranes. It is sometimes referred to as a loose or lower rejecting RO membrane. It could also be called a tight UF, as NF membrane pore size ranges from .01 to a little less than .001. Generally, an NF membrane system lets more salt pass than an RO membrane. In addition, an NF membrane element will produce the same quantity of product at 50 to 70% the applied pressure as an RO water treatment system.


  • Codeline Pressure Vessels Carbon Steel skids
  • Grundfos High Pressure pump
  • Digital Flow Meters
  • 5 Micron SS Filter Housing
  • Hydranautics Nano Membranes, ESNA1-LF-LD
  • Advanced microprocessor Control panel
  • SCH 80 PVC Low Pressure Piping
  • SS316 High Pressure Piping
  • Cleaning System
  • Chemical Dosing Systems


Water Challenges: In many cases, the quality of the water is not suited for agricultural use. Large quantities of salt restrict the quantity of water a plant can consume, leading to increased plant stress and reduced agricultural output. Greater concentrations of metals have adverse impact on crop production, too.



Applied Solution: Pure Aqua designed a complete Nanofiltration System which was shipped to go to Oman. The system was designed to produce 87,000 gallons of water per day for the application of producing drinking water. Our Nanofiltration (NF) systems utilize catalytic-conversion media to neutralize sodium, calcium and magnesium, metals including minimizing scaling.



Nanofiltration systems are successful of accomplishing over 75% salt rejection costs whilst the use of only 1/2 of the system’s energy, including resulting in higher performance and more quality than reverse osmosis membranes.


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  • 5
    terrific system

    Posted by Marcus Fuhrman on Feb 18th 2021

    Great designed nanofiltration system for the agricultural industry

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