What is reverse osmosis?

Reverse osmosis is a multi-stage water treatment process that removes contaminants from unfiltered water, or feed water, when pressure forces it through a semipermeable membrane. Residential reverse osmosis systems utilize at least three stages of treatment to reduce levels of virtually all contaminant types. In the final stage, the RO membrane, water flows from the more concentrated side (more contaminants) of the membrane to the less concentrated side (fewer contaminants) to provide clean drinking water. The fresh water produced is called the permeate. The concentrated water left over is called the waste or brine.


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Reverse Osmosis (RO) is an effective process where you desalinize as well as remove all the impurities by putting it under pressure through a semipermeable membrane which purifies the water. 

To thoroughly understand the reverse osmosis process, let first understand the osmosis process:

Osmosis is a natural process where a liquid, such as water, passes through a semipermeable membrane which allows some molecules such as water to pass through, but other molecules such as salts and organic matter are unable to easily pass through the membrane structure.

The flow of liquids through a membrane occurs naturally to even out the salt concentration between the two solutions. Liquid flows from the low concentrated solution, such as freshwater, to a high concentrated solution, such as seawater. When the direction of liquid flow is reversed, it is called reverse osmosis. This process of reverse osmosis is embedded in the Industrial RO plant.

By pressurizing the high concentrated solution, such as seawater, we are able to force water molecules in the reverse direction from the salty seawater side through the semipermeable membrane to the freshwater side.

A semipermeable membrane is often made of cellulose acetate, polymethacrylate and polyamides. We call it a semi-permeable membrane because it allows only the solvent or the water but does not allow the ions, minerals or the colloidal matter present in the water.

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