How can I upgrade Industrial RO System
If your industrial RO water system is out of date or has poor performance, Netsol RO system can provide you with the upgrades you need to keep your business running. Instead of replacing the entire water treatment system, we examine the current water system to see what the current equipment can do and offer multiple solutions to suit your budget and time needs. We know that the factory can't afford to sit still while upgrading parts. Therefore, we recommend only the upgrades that are most necessary for your business to avoid later repairs or complete replacements.
Whether it's a commercial water system upgrade or a major industrial upgrade, there's no task that's too big or too small forus. If you think your water system will be more efficient, or if you know it doesn't meet industry standards, our technician will be happy to help. We know all the manufacturers and models used in today's water systems, so we can make the best recommendations for compatible upgrade equipment. Our staff adheres to the highest standards and only delivers the best service.
Steps to Upgrade
Whether you are upgrading your water softener system or your Ro system, Netsol is an expert in upgrading your device. There are a few things to keep in mind when considering the need for a water treatment upgrade:
1-Quality of water-
Existing systems may meet water quality requirements, but upgraded systems may not meet those water quality requirements. Therefore, perform a detailed water analysis to see if the system upgrade still meets the requirements.
This is one of the most common reasons to upgrade your system to produce more flow or more water. Some things to consider when upgrading your system for flow.
Can all water treatment equipment’s in the water treatment system handle the increased flow rate?
For example, upgrading a reverse osmosis system may require a larger fabric softener or carbon filter to handle the increased water flow. Plumbing (water supply) and pressure are other areas that can affect flow and may need to be checked or upgraded to meet new water needs.
Water, air, electrical systems, and steam all fall into the utility category. Utilities may change as the water treatment system is upgraded. Reverse osmosis upgrades may require pump upgrades. This pump upgrade may require more FLA (Full Load Current), which can result in larger electrical wiring and higher AMP circuit breakers. If the pump is controlled by an overloaded motor starter, it may be necessary to increase the motor starter overload factor.
4-Waste Treatment Plant-
If your plant has a waste treatment plant, can it cope with increasing wastewater pollution?
You may need to upgrade your waste treatment process, or you may need to look for other ways to reduce wastewater pollution. One option to reduce wastewater treatment systems is to apply for a permit to dispose of RO concentrate (RO wastewater) in storm drains. This is because it meets that requirement.
Another example of increased pollution could be something like chloride. As the need for water softeners increases, regeneration can increase and chloride emissions increase. There are ways to reduce chloride in water softener systems that can reduce chloride in wastewater treatment systems.
These are some things you need to check before upgrading your system. In some cases, you may not need to do anything. As an example, in an RO system, it may be possible to increase water production simply by replacing the RO membrane. Hiring an experienced service technician or field technician can help you identify the requirements and gain insight into best practices.
Writer of this blog is associated with Netsol Water, a water treatment product manufacturer. Our products Include commercial RO plant, industrial RO plant, sewage treatment plant, effleunt treatment plant.