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Guaranteed clean drinking water with a drinking water treatment by reverse osmosis
Water contains many polluting substances. This is also true – usually with drawbacks – for the water or drinking water in Germany. If you really want clean drinking water, you should rely on effective drinking water treatment. As a specialist in drinking water treatment and clean drinking water, I can offer you a smart-innovative solution with reverse osmosis technology that will always ensure you clean water.
Clean water through drinking water treatment plants
Because when extremely clean water – for example in the form of drinking water – is required, systems for drinking water treatment via reverse osmosis are a first-class solution. Reverse osmosis has been a well-publicized drinking water treatment issue for decades, especially in the USA. This is undoubtedly also evident from the fact that the market share of reverse osmosis water (RO) in the United States already in 1997 was around 25 percent. In addition, doctors in the US have been recommending sustainable reverse osmosis water for over ten years. Reverse osmosis is a process that reverses osmosis, which is basically the spontaneous passage of water.
Reverse osmosis almost reverses the process of osmosis
The osmosis is based on a natural process that can also be observed in nature, which allows plants, for example, to draw moisture from the soil by means of their root cells. There is also a similar process in the human body, which causes an exchange of substances across the cell membrane. If, in such a case, differently contaminated liquids are divided by just one cell membrane, then the liquid molecules – according to the method of Braun’s molecular motion – move to the less charged or concentrated solution. In this way, osmotic pressure is created. But in the end, really pure solutions or liquids can be obtained on the concentrated-loaded side also a pressure must be generated, which is much higher than the osmotic pressure. The normal process is thus almost inverted: that’s called reverse osmosis.
Drinking water treatment: Reverse osmosis removes pollutants from the water
With regard to the treatment of drinking water and corresponding plants, this process of reverse osmosis is artificially generated. The contaminated water or drinking water is pressed by a pump with the appropriate working pressure through a semipermeable, synthetic reverse osmosis membrane. Although this leaves the water molecules, but keeps impurities in the water from the flow. On the side of the reverse osmosis membrane, pure water or drinking water collects, while on the other side the pollutants are routed to the drain through the backwashing function. Basically, reverse osmosis is used wherever drinking water or water with the highest degree of purity is needed.
Drinking water treatment plants often use entire filter systems
Functionally, reverse osmosis is basically used as an intermediate step or stage in drinking water treatment plants. As a rule, such systems – depending on the respective water quality – work with a corresponding combination of different filters. For example, reverse osmosis filters, activated carbon filters or filters for various pore sizes are used. Partly also uses ultraviolet light, which eliminates, for example, microbes that were not stopped by the upstream filter. In some systems, instead of an activated carbon filter, a cellulose acetate membrane is used as a precursor. If then not chlorinated water is used, this membrane is degraded. The previously added chlorine is then removed by a downstream activated carbon filter.
Clean water: The purity always depends on the reverse osmosis membranes
Here, the reverse osmosis membrane acts as the most important component of a plant for drinking water treatment, which works according to the principle of reverse osmosis. Above all, the quality of this important for the entire process reverse osmosis membrane is in this regard a high priority. Here you can fall back on different quality variants and manufacturing processes that affect both the quality of the water and ultimately the taste. In addition to the qualitative and taste differences in water and drinking water, the rejection rate of the pollutants in the water and the lifetime of the whole plant for drinking water treatment are dependent on the quality of the reverse osmosis membrane. In order to guarantee the best solution case-specifically, I have integrated several different reverse osmosis membranes in my portfolio of services and offerings. In this way it can be ensured at all times that a drinking water treatment is guaranteed, which adapts exactly to the conditions.
Drinking water can be improved in taste and quality through additional filters
Additional pre-filtration is also a key factor for clean drinking water. The drinking water treatment systems I offer are therefore additionally equipped with upstream carbon filters and, for example, sediment filters, which together protect the functionality of the reverse osmosis membrane. The taste with regard to the water or drinking water can also be further improved by a post-carbon filter. As a rule, this is always located in a system for drinking water treatment between reservoir and reverse osmosis membrane.
Drinking water is freed of pollutants up to 99 percent
If you opt for this type of drinking water treatment, you always make a good choice in terms of clean drinking water. Because this method is the most effective and effective method of drinking water treatment so far. According to studies, the reverse osmosis method removes up to a total of 99 percent of the loads in the water or drinking water. Clean, quasi-fresh drinking water is guaranteed in unlimited quantities. The drinking water comes directly from the tap, which makes the tiresome crate hauling obsolete. Alternatively, you can also rely on mobile plants for drinking water treatment. These are intended for pure domestic use, for example, can be placed in the kitchen and provide there on site for pure water or drinking water.
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