Scope Of Supply
1.Micron catridge filter (SS/AIP)
2.High presure pump (SS 304 / SS 316)
3.RO membranes as per design
6.All standard instrumentation
7.Piping and valves
8.PLC with MMI
Sea Water Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) Systems
IONIX Sea Water Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) plants are designed to treat sea water, or high salinity ground water, with < 40,000 mg/L of dissolved solids (TDS) and < 30 mg/L of suspended solids (TSS), to achieve potable water quality.
The standard treatment process involves pre filtration (auto-backwashing multimedia filters and cartridge filters), anti-scalant dosing to prevent membrane scaling, RO desalination and auto flushing and CIP systems for membrane cleaning. Additional pre-RO and post-RO treatment steps may be added as required to suit feed water conditions and/or treated water quality requirements.
Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis (BWRO) Systems
BWRO process means filtration by the source of well water by the reverse osmosis membrane. The RO water treatment plant has one stream producing ( capacity 1725 m3/day ) of permeate water. Raw water tank is the source of supply. Raw water is feed to system by filter feed backwash pumps. raw water is passed through manual sand filters where fine solids and silt are removed. Sand filters are provided with manual backwash system, the filter feed pumps are used to backwash as per requirement. Back washing should be done at least one or twice a day based on head loss of filters. Before sand filtration raw watr is dosed with sodium hypochlorite solution in order to disinfect raw water. Before feeding to cartridge filters feed water is employed by pretreatment. In preteatment system antiscalant and acid are dosed. Antiscalent is dosed to avoid scaling of membrane elements which hapers membrane filtration process. Dechloration is also done to avoid degradation of RO membrane