Reverse osmosis is the most critical part of pure water production. The principle is that under pressure, water passes through the reverse osmosis membrane to become pure water, and the impurities in the water are intercepted and discharged by the reverse osmosis membrane. Using reverse osmosis technology can effectively remove impurities such as dissolved salts, colloids, bacteria, viruses, bacterial endotoxins, and most organic matter in the water. The salt removal rate of RO pure water equipment system is generally above 99℅. Therefore, reverse osmosis is the most advanced and energy-efficient way of desalination.
Reverse osmosis is also called reverse osmosis (RO). It uses sufficient pressure to separate the solvent (usually water) in the solution through a reverse osmosis membrane (or semi-permeable membrane). Because it is in the opposite direction of natural penetration, it is called reverse osmosis. According to the different osmotic pressures of various materials, the reverse osmosis method greater than the osmotic pressure can achieve the purpose of separation, extraction, purification and concentration.