Reverse Osmosis

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Reverse Osmosis
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newterra has an extensive installed base of reverse osmosis solutions – from custom engineered, high capacity systems for our industrial and institutional clients right down compact residential systems that provide families with safe, clean drinking water.

Your best source for robust industrial water treatment solutions.

Overview

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Treatment Targets:

Total Dissolved Solids, Sulphates, Organics, Bacteria
newterra's history in advance membrane filtration dates back to 1975 with the first commercially viable reverse osmosis (RO) system. Our reverse osmosis water treatments operate by pumping feed water into the membrane skid where the filtered and pressurized water flows through each membrane array. The pressure applied to the influent water stream overcomes osmotic pressure, reversing the natural osmosis process. 
Through this action, more than 99% of TDS (total dissolved solids), organic matter, bacteria and any suspended solids are rejected. The dissolved solids build up in the concentrate stream of the membrane skid. The concentrate is disposed of as it leaves the membrane skid. Permeate is sent to a storage tank when it exits the skid. To further improve the water quality to meet process requirements, a second pass of reverse osmosis can be applied to the permeate.
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Advantages

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Highly effective, continuous dissolved solids removal
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Consistent permeate quality
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Can accommodate a wide range of feed water qualities
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Recoveries up to 80%+
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Permeate flow rate can be controlled by VFD or a concentrate valve
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Small footprint and skid mounted for easy installation
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Modular – several units can be combined to address flow rate variations
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Automatic control – minimizes operator labor
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