An RO plant is a water treatment process that uses reverse osmosis to remove contaminants from water. RO plants can be used for both residential and commercial applications. RO plants are typically installed where the water supply is not suitable for drinking or where there is a high demand for clean water. RO plants remove contaminants from water by forcing it through a semipermeable membrane. The membrane only allows clean water molecules to pass through while rejecting contaminants. This process produces clean, safe drinking water.
Advantages of RO Plant
A RO plant is a water treatment system that uses reverse osmosis to remove contaminants from water. It is often used in areas where the quality of water is poor or there is a need for ultra-pure water. RO plants can be used to treat both fresh and salt water.
RO plants work by using a high-pressure pump to force water through a semipermeable membrane. This membrane only allows water molecules to pass through while rejecting contaminants. The rejected contaminants are flushed away, leaving clean, treated water on the other side of the membrane.
RO plants are effective at removing a wide range of contaminants, including dissolved minerals, bacteria, viruses, and even some fluoride. This makes them ideal for use in homes, hospitals, and other settings where clean water is critical.
RO plants have a few disadvantages.