Sea Water Reverse Osmosis System:
Seawater reverse osmosis systems are
used to eliminate large amounts of salt and other minerals from
sea water using a method called Reverse Osmosis. Reverse Osmosis
consists of employing a high pressure pump on the salty water,
forcing it through semi-permeable membranes, while denying salts
and other organics from flowing through. The oceanís specific
TDS and its temperature indicated the amount of pressure that
needs to be added. The membranes are only tasked to remove
dissolved solids while dividing the feed water into purified
water and rejected concentrated salts. The salts and other
contaminants are rejected into the brine stream then discarded.
At the end we have purified water that has 99% less dissolved
salts. These sea water reverse osmosis systems have the power to
purify extremely high TDS water.