Reverse osmosis systems
Reverse osmosis is a process that is performed as a refinement after other treatment processes or to obtain wastewater or primary water with appropriate quality characteristics. A reverse osmosis system delivers excellent filtration and guarantees consistency in the quality of the filtered water. In ser.eco., we design and build reverse osmosis systems, including those with multiple stages, equipped with CIP for automatic cleaning. Request a quotation for a reverse osmosis system.
What is the reverse osmosis process?
Reverse osmosis is a filtration process, whereby water passes through osmotic membranes as a result of greater pressure and is purged of unwanted substances, thus purifying the water. A reverse osmosis membrane is a filter consisting of a spiral of semi-permeable synthetic fabric wound around a central part.