Date: June 2006
Country: United States
System/Product: Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Unit
- Learn about what is reverse osmosis
Brackish water is water that is taken from estuaries and river openings. It salt concentration falls in between fresh water and seawater. Not as pure as fresh water, yet not as salty as seawater. Its mild salty concentration is discouraged for human consumption. To generate purified water from brackish water, a water filtration system relies on a method called "reverse osmosis" for assistance.
A Brackish water reverse osmosis would work to purify water that comes from a well, lake, or river. Brackish water is typically a combination of pure water and seawater leaving in at a medium level of salinity. A medium level of salinity however, is not acceptable for consumption. The process in which the water goes through in order to be pure is referred to as reverse osmosis. Reverse osmosis provides those who do not have consumable water with the opportunity to purify a necessity for livelihood. Totally dissolved solids (TDS) and total suspended solids (TSS) are lowered due to reverse osmosis which reflect in how many parts per million (ppm) are in your drinking water. The normal ppm for consumable water would be around 500-600, however, the majority of places around the world well exceed that with thousands of ppms making it difficult to survive. Reverse osmosis offers those who need it, pure water.
- Minimal civil work and construction
- Small footprint
- Plug and play installation
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- High recovery design
- High rejection membranes
- Low energy and chemical consumption
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