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With thorough understanding of this domain, we are successfully indulged in offering a commendable range of Industrial RO Plant in Ahmedabad, India. This water treatment machine is designed and manufactured by our experienced professionals using best quality components and modern machinery. Offered machine is used by clients for removing chemical contamination & dissolved salts from the water by reverse osmosis process and provide safe and fresh drinking water. The Industrial RO Plant is acknowledged for high performance, low maintenance, energy efficiency and robust construction. Moreover, we also provide easy installation of the offered machine at clients' end.
To design and manufacturing these Reverse Osmosis Plants, we consider latest HI-Tech technologies and component like as Membrane, Raw water pump, Pressure Gauge, Micron Filter, Pressure Tube, Flow meters, High Pressure Pump, Pressure Sand Filter, Antiscalant Dosing more.
Industrial Reverse Osmosis systems are an integral part of present water and waste water treatment plants. This is largely due to the need or unavoidability of reuse and recycling of waste water due to clean water scarcity. We manufacture a range of R.O. Plants, integrated with a composite Water Treatment Plants or Wastewater Treatment Plants. Simple design, high recovery of product water and value for money is our unique sales proposition (USP).
Aquashakti brings a small and medium capacity Industrial RO plant model. Our plants are designed, developed and programmed under the supervision of experts for the long and dependable services. Our Industrial RO plant consists of various steps or processes integrated and synchronized to give desired results.
Reverse osmosis may be defined as membrane technical filtration method, which involves a selective membrane that is thsi membrane do not allow large molecules or ions through the pores (holes)to pass, but allows smaller components of the solution (such as the solvent) to pass freely. Further, by applying pressure to the solution when it is on one side of a selective membrane, the solute is retained on the pressurized side of the membrane and the pure solvent is allowed to pass to the other side. Since the two streams of liquid flow side by side to each other this process is also called cross flow filtration process.