28T/h Pure Water Treatment Plant 28T/h Pure Water Treatment Plant

The reverse osmosis device is an equipment to purify the saltine water with the action of pressure difference of semi permeable membrane. It is called reverse osmosis, as it is counter to natural penetration direction. Different materials have different osmotic pressures. The reverse osmosis method to adopt larger osmotic pressures is used to obtain the purpose to separate, extract, purify and condense. More than 97% soluble salts and 99%glues, microbe, particulate and organic substances and etc can be removed with the reverse osmosis. It becomes the most ideal equipment for the modem program of pure water, hyper pure water, and airspace water. The remarkable characteristics of the equipment are shown as lower energy consumption, no pollution, simple techniques, high water quality, easy operation and maintenance.

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Silica sand active carbon filter and sodium ion exchange

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When the water through the Silica sand filter , the machine will stop suspend substance through the good quality silica sand. and also protect the following machines and also clean the water this machine can achieve the back washing itself through the manual valve device, and can prolong the life of machine also.

Active carbon filtercan clear away heterochrosis and off-favor from the water and can remove heavy metal such as mercury.lead,cadmium,zink iron,maganese and hromium and hydrogenate,sulphide and so on. It also could remove hydride,sulfuret and so on macromolecular compound ,then make the water asepsis and sans taste.we could use manual working vlave to finish reverse washing.

Sodium ion exchange we also called it softner ,that Soften theory is Exchanging Na++ of resin itself instead of Ca++Mg++ of water resource with Ion to make water resource soften and become soft water .



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In order to ensure the safety of drinking water, we need to sterilize the filtered water with ultraviolet rays and ozone.