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FAQ'S About Reverse Osmosis?

  • What is RO? Reverse osmosis is a separation process in which dissolved ions, heavy molecular weight compounds, bacteria, viruses and particulate matter are removed from a liquid. When water is passed through membrane under designed pressure, water is spitted into to streams .The pure water comes after passing through the membrane holes, containing only permissible intergradient. All undesirable elements including salts & biological impurities flushes out along with reject water. Before membrane, water is pretreated by passing through softener, sediment filter, carbon filter, & chlorination if desired.

  • Is there any storage facility, we can get? We can provide hydro pneumatic tanks. Water remains intact, because tanks are air tight, no chance of bacterial growth. We can also make automation for storage with existing water coolers, plastic syntax tank etc.

  • Why only RO? RO (Reverse Osmosis) is the only available process, which can remove all the unwanted contaminants from water, that too without adding any chemical. Moreover it is a designed & integrated procedure. You have the privilege of selection of hygienically & economically criteria depend on different type of raw water available.

  • How Ro Water Purification Works? Reverse osmosis is a process wherein water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane by applying strong pressure, thereby allowing only fine water molecules to pass through it. All contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, herbcides, heavymetals and chemical poisons are removed. With added special features, pure water is then collected in a container and dirty water with impurities is discharged separately.

  • When should I use Reverse Osmosis System? 1. If your water is coming from any source & water is hard, salty & has high TDS.
    2. If your water is coming through pipe line and plant of poor maintenance.
    3. If you are located near an industrial belt or any contaminated source, your ground water must be having harmful chemicals such as heavy metals, nitrates, arsenic, fluorides.
    4. If anyone is hypertensive or has heart disease or weak kidneys, low sodium, and low hardness water is essential not to aggravate the symptoms.

  • How Does Reverse Osmosis Differs From A Water Filter? Ordinary water filters use a screen to separate only particles of dirt sediment from water. Reverse osmosis employs a semi permeable membrane that removes not only particles but also an extremely high percentage of dissolved contaminants-molecule by molecule- from raw tap water.

  • Will Iron Hurt A Membrane? Yes, Iron will plug a R.O. membrane is not able to flush iron out. Trace amounts of iron (up to 2 PPM) can be removed by water softener. If the water contains 1 PPM or less, there is no need for concerns, as the membrane will usually last 1-2 years.

  • Will RO Soften Water? Yes, RO water is softened by the Reverse Osmosis purification process: however hard water (above 60-80 PPM) will shorten the life of the membrane. The more the harder is feed water, the shorter the life of the membrane.

  • Will A Water Softener Harm The Reverse Osmosis (RO) Membrane? No! Calcium and magnesium (lime scale) are two of the hardest minerals for the RO Membrane to remove. Sodium (added to the water by the softener) is much easier on the membrane and it will reject 98% of all sodium in the water. A water softener will help extended the life of the membrane.

  • I Have A Water Softener; Does Not That Treat My Drinking Water? A water softener removes calcium and magnesium from the water and is usually installed at the point-of-entry (P.O.E.) of the water to the house. A water softener is good for the home's plumbing and water related appliances, but does little to improve the taste or quality of your drinking water.

  • How Reverse Osmosis System is different from a resin based Softener process? Under no circumstances can you drink resin-softened water. Softener converts hardness which is in the form of Calcium & Magnesium into Sodium. There is no reduction in the total salt content of the water. Softened is good for washing clothes, preventing scaling in your geyser and washing machine. But under no circumstances it can be used for drinking or cooking.

  • What is the difference between the Ultra Violet & Reverse Osmosis Water purifier? Ultra Violet water purifier only inactivates microbes, that too they cannot remove protozoan cysts of amoebae and Guardia. Also it does not reduce salt content of water while reverse osmosis water purifiers can virtually make any water potable. Reverse osmosis water purifier gives you sweet, pure, and safe drinking water eliminating the harmful chemicals, microbes and excess salts & hardness from the water.

  • When Should The Membrane Be Changed? One indication is a gradual reduction in water production caused by a layering of minerals and salts on the membrane surface. Another is a gradual deterioration in the quality of water being produced. You may notice a different taste or more white scum on the inside of a pan of water you are boiling. This might mean the RO membrane is disintegrating and requires replacement.

  • What Is Important Of Water Pressure To A RO System? It is the pressure of water that forces water through the membrane for purification and flushes the rejected solids away. Low water pressure will result in reduced production and premature fouling of the membrane. The ideal pressure for operating an RO system is 60 PSI. Pressure below 40 PSI is generally considered insufficient, and should be boosted using a pressure booster pump.

  • Isn't Water Wasted By RO System? There is a significant percentage of water from the system that goes to the drain. This water is carrying away the impurities. These particles are too small to be caught by the filters. Reverse osmosis has an automatic shut-off valve that shuts off the flow of water to the drain when the holding tank is full. This valve stops the RO system from continuously running water down the drain, thus conserving water as the RO System works according to usage.

  • Can This Water Be Saved And Used? Yes, most waste water today is recycled for golf courses and artificial lakes. The drain water is slightly higher in TDS concentration than the incoming water, but as RO does not added anything to the water, it can be used to water your lawn or garden.


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