Efficient structure of the individual banks
In case of a change in the conductivity in the permeate, you can also test the individual reverse osmosis elements inline and check for malfunctions. Spirally wound elements which are faulty can then be exchanged selectively and economically.
Flexible with respect to the untreated water quality
Variants in untreated water qualitycan be compensated for with a defined permeate/untreated water rate by means of altered pump capacity.
Rinsing steps as required
With the aid of a trending programme with the parameters pressure, membrane surface area and untreated water temperature, rinsing is only effected when the defined limit values are reached.
Step-by-step CIP sequences
During the CIP process, the CIP tank can be filled with permeate. In this manner the chemicals can be rinsed out of the reverse osmosis modules connected bankby-bank. The individual banks of the system are thus cleaned one after the other, that is, individually.
Rinsing with permeate
To prevent scaling and biofouling, the reverse osmosis system is rinsed with permeate before a longer standstill until the conductivity values in the concentrate and in the permeate are aligned to one another.
Modular, long-lasting structure
Due specifically to the modular design of the system and the high manufacturing quality, long service life of the system is achieved. Moreover, the design with its high total membrane surface also results in slight load and high service life for the individual membrane elements.
Economic in the use of energy
The regulation of the permeate capacity according to the admission pressure and temperature of the untreated water is responsible for low energy consumption.