Reverse osmosis is a water purification process that reduces the dissolved salt content to levels that make it usable.
Reverse Osmosis for seawater
Treatment of seawater normally from beach well catchment. Waters that are characterized by:
• Low concentration of suspended solids
• Concentration of organic and biological matter
• High concentration of mineral salts
TDS < 45000 mg/l
Reverse osmosis for brackish water
Treatment for water from the network, underground or surface aquifers.
• Excessive salt concentration.
• Low concentration of organic matter and pathogens.
TDS < 15000 mg/l