PRAB offers Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems for incoming water, process water and industrial wastewater treatment ranging in capacity from 1 gpm (1440 gpd) to 200 gpm (288,000 gpd). This process which removes up to 99.5% of dissolved salts and virtually all colloidal and suspended matter from the most challenging waste and feed water applications. Our RO filtration technology is typically used as a final process after ultrafiltration or chemical treatment of waste and feed water in industrial, metalworking, and surface treatment applications.
All industrial filtration equipment is built using components only with proven membrane technology that will provide reliable, long-term operation. PRAB RO systems arrive at your site fully tested and ready to clean contaminates from water. PRAB also provides the pretreatment equipment and chemistry required to ensure the optimal performance and lifespan of your RO membranes.
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a filtration technology used to remove dissolved solids and impurities from water using a semi-permeable RO membrane which allows the passage of water but leaves the majority of dissolved solids and other contaminants behind. RO membranes require high water pressure (greater than osmotic pressure) to work effectively. Water that passes through the RO membrane is called permeate and the dissolved salts rejected by the RO membrane are called concentrate. An RO system that is properly designed and operated can remove up to 99.5% of incoming dissolved salts and impurities.
PRAB offers a complete line of pilot equipment that can be used to validate system operation and performance prior to purchase. Available pilot units include our tramp oil removal, centrifuges, ultrafiltration, vacuum distillation and Reverse Osmosis equipment. Pilot units are meant to act as a sample test to provide confidence that the recommended equipment will meet the output requirements of your application. Flow rates range from 2 gpm (2,880 gpd) up to 10 gpm (14,400 gpd).
Product Brochure: Reverse Osmosis