Industrial Reverse Osmosis Equipment: 11 Parameters to Consider

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Free Guide to Industrial Reverse Osmosis Equipment Design from Layne Christensen. 262.246.4784. www.LayneWater.com

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Industrial Reverse Osmosis Equipment: 11 Parameters to Consider

  1. 1. 1<br />Reverse Osmosis Equipment: 11 Parameters to Consider When Designing Reverse Osmosis Equipment for Industrial and Food and Beverage Applications<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />1<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Reverse Osmosis Design Consideration # 1 <br />Which is the desired product...Permeate or Reject?<br />If you are using the permeate (e.g. boiler or process feedwater) your desired process purity will dictate the number of reverse osmosis “passes” that will be needed.<br />If you are using the permeate (e.g.fruit juice concentration) you will need to design multiple stages<br />Redundancy?<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
  3. 3. A Two-Pass Two-Stage RO System <br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
  4. 4. Reverse Osmosis Design Consideration # 2 <br />How seasonally variable is your RO inlet water quality?<br />Will your design be capable of handling seasonal variations?<br />Will you be able to meet discharge permit restrictions under all possible conditions?<br />4<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
  5. 5. A Two Stage RO System for Food and Beverage<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
  6. 6. Reverse Osmosis Design Consideration # 3 <br />Will you be using a surface water that is subject to “turn-over”?<br />Twice per year<br />Upset conditions... Will your design be ready?<br />6<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
  7. 7. Reverse Osmosis Design Consideration # 4<br />Will you be using a well water source? How stable is it?<br />TSS typically stable<br />TDS can vary seasonally and throughout life of well.<br />7<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
  8. 8. Reverse Osmosis Design Consideration # 5<br />Have you performed a silt density test?<br />SDI is a measure of fouling tendency.<br />Can indicate the impact of both inorganic and organic foulants<br />8<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
  9. 9. Next Step: Learn All 11 Parameters! <br /> Download and read the complete 10 page whitepaper while it is still available:<br />ELEVEN THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN PURCHASING A REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM FOR YOUR FOOD AND BEVERAGE FACILITY<br />http://www.laynewater.com/landing_ro_foodbevind_11things.html<br />9<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
  10. 10. 10<br />Why Choose Layne for your Food and Beverage Reverse Osmosis Applications?<br />Total Water Expertise from Source to Discharge!<br />1. Complete filtration options – From large municipal to light industrial Layne has the technology<br />2. Hydrology – Layne can locate, quantify and compare all of your water source options <br />3. Well drilling – No water available? We can access water sources that are beyond the reach others<br />4. Pipeline Construction – 10 miles from a water source? Not a problem!<br />Get the whole story here!<br />www.LayneWater.com<br />
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