The worldwide need for clean, pure, and healthy drinking water is extremely high. By using RO water purifier for commercial use, establishments like offices, schools, hotels, and restaurants are able to provide customers and employees with high-quality and pure water that are devoid of all sediments, contaminants, and harmful substances. While schools, colleges, and commercial buildings make use of these systems for drinking purposes, Food and Hospitality industry, on the other hand, makes use of commercial RO water purifiers for cooking as well as drinking purposes.
As a water purification process, Reverse Osmosis technology helps process water through a membrane. The RO membrane helps separate dissolved chemicals and contaminants ensuring that only clean water passes through thus, making water safe for consumption and reducing the risk of various water-borne diseases.
The Reverse Osmosis water purification process helps eliminate 99% of the bacterial contaminants and chemical, biological & dissolved impurities. It works best for the purification of water with high TDS levels. Also, many Commercial RO water purifiers today are equipped with UV lamps which further helps eliminate harmful micro-organisms and other viruses.
The benefits of using RO water purifiers for commercial use are many. As such, if you are in need of a commercial RO water purifier, then check out below the benefits you can avail yourself by purchasing an Alfaa UV commercial RO system.
Alfaa UV Commercial RO Systems (Reverse Osmosis System) with added UV protection, ensure that chemical and microbiological impurities in water are reduced to acceptable levels for consumption. The Commercial RO Water Systems offered by us come pre-assembled, pre-wired, and tested, with a minimum set-up time.
The Commercial RO Systems we offer are available at different LPH (Liter Per Hour) capacities such as 35 LPH, 50 LPH, 100 LPH, and 250 LPH. This ensures that all commercial establishments are able to pick the best RO water system for varied uses based on their needs and requirements.
Our Commercial RO water purifiers are also durable and designed with longevity in mind. Their robust construction and high-efficient RO membrane ensure consistent performance. Plus, they can be used to treat water from different sources be it municipal, surface, well or sea water.
These commercial RO water purifiers are best suited for water with high TDS, pressure gauges, digital flow meters, flushing modes, safety switches, and many other advanced features. The operating and maintenance cost of these commercial RO systems are also economical and they help to reduce energy consumption significantly.
Alfaa UV Commercial RO Systems are a complete water treatment solution for commercial businesses and come with pre-filters and post-filters alongside a storage tank. They have a user-friendly control panel that ensures easy use and management. They can either be wall-mounted or placed on a floor stand. Also, with the trusted backup and maintenance services offered by Alfaa UV, you can rest assured of receiving the highest quality product perfect for a range of applications.
*UV protection in select models
Reverse osmosis is the technique of pushing a solvent through a membrane from an area of high solute concentration to a region of low solute concentration by exerting a pressure greater than the osmotic pressure. This is the inverse of the usual osmosis process, which is the natural transport of solvent through a membrane from a low solute concentration area to a high solute concentration area when no external pressure is applied. The membrane in the RO Water Plant is semipermeable, which means it permits solvent but not solute to flow through.
It is a highly impactful water treatment procedure that requires more pressure based on the total quantity of impurities in the input water. The purified water that has had its dissolved solids removed is now known as permeate or product water. The concentrated stream of pollutants remaining in the brine is known as rejected water and is eventually discarded.
The proteins that comprise the membrane components of an RO plant differ based on the kind of intake water and the final purity. There are membrane elements for brackish water, seawater, hospital-grade disinfection, and membranes tailored to remove particular pollutants to mention a few. If there is a requirement for water purification, there is almost definitely a membrane element for the task.
A powder-coated, carbon steel frame to place all of your components on is the ideal approach to make your reverse osmosis system as robust as possible. It’s weatherproof, built to withstand the intense vibration of high-pressure pumps, and attached to the ground to guarantee it lasts a lifetime.
Most reverse osmosis water systems include a cartridge filter to guarantee that no particles large enough to harm the membranes get too close. This cartridge is typically a five-micron spun polypropylene filter, however, this might vary depending on your needs. The cartridge is housed in a tough shell that can withstand pressure from the main feed or booster pumps.
The rejection rate for a reverse osmosis system in commercial RO plants isn’t practical in most commercial or industrial applications without a high-quality pump. It is critical for the system that the pump be properly matched to the membrane amount and size. The higher the horsepower on the intake pump, the better the permeate rejection and recovery rates.
A human operator is required to operate the reverse osmosis system. Depending on the complexity of the controls, The controls may also be utilized to manage several systems at the same time, resulting in a one-man water production factory.
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