Reverse Osmosis Plant

Industrial Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant
Industrial Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant

Industrial RO Plant uses the reverse osmosis process to remove dissolved solids from brackish or saline water. The process is continuous and requires no regeneration chemicals. The unit is factory-tested and easy to install and operate.

Exploding population, industrial effluents, and reckless deforestation have depleted natural sources of pure water. Dependence on erratic monsoons to replenish these sources has proved extremely inadequate and expensive. Good management of existing water resources and untapped sources, along with recovery and recycling of Industrial effluents and municipal wastewater, seems essential for the future of mankind.

The principle of Industrial RO Plant:

  • The Reverse Osmosis system uses a semi-permeable spiral wound membrane to separate and remove dissolved solids, organics, pyrogens, submicron colloidal matter, and bacteria from water. Feed water is delivered under high pressure through permeation, where water permeates through the minute pores of the membrane and is delivered as purified product water.

Removal of Impurities:

  • Impurities in the water are concentrated in the reject stream and flushed to drain

Output Range:

  • The system is available in a wide range of models for treating water quality of varying Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) with different flow rates.

Purity standards maintained maximum purity is attained by reducing:

  • 95% – 99% of the TDS


  • Hygienic drinking water for domestic use
  • Ultra-pure water for Electronic Industries
  • To meet specific requirements in process industries
  • Cooling Tower blowdown water recovery
  • To remove fluorides from water, thus controlling fluorosis (a crippling disease)
  • Conversion of brackish/seawater into potable water
  • Useful for Industries such as Food, Beverages, Pharmaceutical, Micro-Electronic, Aquaculture, Hospitals, Hotels, Mineral Water, etc


Ultrafiltration in water treatment
Ultrafiltration in water treatment

Ultrafiltration is another type of membrane filtration, which is a pressure-driven water filtration process. In the ultrafiltration process, membrane pore size plays an important role; feed water is pressed into modules through the pump, depending upon the pore size of membranes contaminants are rejected and filtered water is taken out to a storage tank or further sent as RO feed water.

In water treatment, ultrafiltration is utilized in two different operational modes as Dead-End and Cross-Flow. In the Dead-End ultrafiltration process, without circulation overall quantity of feed water is pressed through the membrane module; whereas in the Cross-Flow process, the feed water passes parallel to the membrane face, one part is passed through the membrane and another part is re-circulated to create turbulences over the membrane.

Ultrafiltration is considered more effective compared to traditional water filtration. An ultrafiltration system is used in turbidity removal; in addition, it also removes bacteria, viruses, microorganisms, particulate material, and natural organic materials from the water.

It reduces Total Organic Carbon (TOC), and color components and lowers the Silt Density Index (SDI). It does not remove dissolved solids, sugar, alcohol, and other low molecular weight organic compounds like glycerine.

Polysulphone and its derivatives like polyether sulphone are the widely used material for ultra-filtration. These materials can tolerate pH between 1 and 13 and temperatures up to 45º C and have a high tolerance for free chlorine. The membranes can be cleaned with a dilute NaOCl solution.

Ultra-filtration membranes are available with the following configurations:

  • Plate and frame
  •  Tubular
  • Hollow fiber and
  • Spiral wound


Industrial Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant
Demineralization Water Treatment Plant in thane

High purity water can be achieved after Demineralization Water Treatment Plant by Mixed Bed Demineralization Water Treatment Plant, which is designed to produce high-purity treated water. They can be used as polishing units after two beds DM Plant to obtain high-purity water. Demineralization Water Treatment Plants are column units, filled with strongly acidic cation and strongly basic anion exchange resins.

DM Water Treatment Plant consists of two Beds (Cation & Anion). Water Quality (Conductivity) from Two Bed Outlet will be between 15 to 20 micro siemens. First raw water is passed through the cation resins column (H+ form), which converts all ionized salts to the equivalent mineral acids.

Then Anion Resins Column (OH form), absorbs these acids and finally gives De mineralized (Deionized) water. When resins are exhausted-the cations Resins are regenerated with Hydrochloric acid (HCl) and the Anion resins are regenerated by Caustic Soda (NaOH) solution. So the same resins can be used over and over again to produce the DM water.


Water Softner​
Industrial Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant

Water Softener Plant is the most common and probably the easiest method of removing hardness like calcium magnesium from water and renders the water suitable for utility purposes. Jalamrut provides this product in top-notch quality and at a nominal price. 

Hard water is has high dissolved mineral content (as opposed to soft water having a low dissolved mineral content). Hard water has high concentrations of calcium (Ca2+) and magnesium (Mg2+) ions. Hardness in water is defined as concentration of multivalent cations. Jalamrut’s Water Softener Plant helps in resolving the above mentioned issues with its high quality water softener plant.

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