Study The Factors The Ro System Components of Ro Membranes Mobile Community

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  • Posted By: ko koele koele
  • Posted On: May 24, 2019
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  • Description: The Ro System Component(KOKOELECTRIC) is the core component for realizing reverse osmosis, and is an artificial semipermeable membrane with certain characteristics made by simulating a biological semipermeable membrane. Generally made of polymer materials. The diameter of the surface micropores is generally between 0.5 and 10 nm, and the size of the permeability is related to the chemical structure of the film itself. Some polymer materials have good repellency to salt, and water transmission rate is not good. Some polymer materials have a chemical structure with more hydrophilic groups, so the water transmission rate is relatively faster. Therefore a satisfactory reverse osmosis membrane should have a suitable amount of permeation or desalination. Some of the factors that should be investigated for the Ro membranes are: The contaminants involved and their initial concentrations. The water supply rate, or whether the system will provide enough water to meet normal daily drinking and cooking requirements. Filtration rate, or the percentage of contaminants to be removed by the membrane. Meet the water pressure required to supply and reject the yield. That is to say, the device can be operated under the normal working pressure of the domestic water system, or a booster pump is required. How to monitor the performance of your system. That is, how to detect leaks or other problems or how to determine when to repair or replace. Some systems have built-in displays, but many systems don't. Conductivity meters, pressure gauges and other equipment can be used to detect problems that do not include a monitor. If coliform or other specific contaminants are known or suspected, it is recommended to check them regularly. Click Ro Spare Parts to learn about more information.