Reverse osmosis units

For the removal of particulate matter and ions in water

Reverse osmosis (RO) is a membrane process which removes ions as well as particulate matter from water.

Reverse osmosis units are used to make demineralised water. Thanks to the use of membrane modules, a reverse osmosis unit does not require any regeneration chemicals.

One of the main components of a reverse osmosis system is the pretreatment unit, which prevents calcium and magnesium scaling on the membranes. Pretreatment is performed using various processes such as water softening by ion exchange or hardness stabilisation using an antiscalant.

EnviroFALK reverse osmosis units are available

  • in various sizes,
  • flow capacities and materials

For further information, visit: EnviroFALK reverse osmosis process technology

EnviroFALK Reverse osmosis unit

Exemplary picture.