Dental Hospital/Clinic Commercial RO System for Surgery
Netsol RO system has a lot of experience in the medical water industry and knows that many doctors and medical managers are asking questions about choosing the right water system for their practice.
Healthcare water treatment systems must and must meet the highest standards of water purity. It must also meet the standards set by a particular health sector. For example, water purifiers installed in dental clinics must meet the standards set by the Health Technical Memorandum (HTM). Whether the purified water is used in the decontamination process of reusable equipment or in other medical processes, the water purifier in the dental office must provide the optimum water purification.
The reasons why you should consider a reverse osmosis filter in your dentist's office are:
1-Medical Grade Purity Water on Demand
Many dental clinics use water distillation to purify the water supply, but reverse osmosis filtration is the predominant alternative to expensive water distillers. Dental reverse osmosis filters must be HTM compliant and have high filtered water output. With a constant supply of demineralized water, RO systems for dental practice can provide medical quality pure water as needed.
2-Cost and Time Efficient
Another reason why reverse osmosis water plants are the first choice for dental practice is their low running costs. Compared to the water distiller, the reverse osmosis system is cheaper and much more time efficient for producing large quantities of pure medical grade water. The water distiller uses more energy because it takes time to purify the same amount of water and the water needs to be boiled.
3-One-time installation and low maintenance
As soon as the RO system is installed in the main power dental office, the system requires regular filter replacement.
If the reverse osmosis system has a reverse osmosis tank, the tank must also be sterilized. If your system has a filter cartridge that is not built into the filter housing, you will also need to clean the filter housing when you replace the filter cartridge. The RO system is easy to maintain, except for these aspects, which need to be run up to once or twice a year.
4-Excellent alternative to water
Designed for use in dental clinics or clinics, reverse osmosis systems are superior to water stills in both pollutant removal capacity and time efficiency. The RO filter used in health care water purification filters to submicron levels and provides a wide range of 99.9% pollutant removal.
On the other hand, untreated water is not good at removing contaminants that have a lower boiling point than water, so these contaminants can get into the final product.
What is the use of reverse osmosis desalination equipment?
Reverse osmosis technology is widely used in medical and dental water treatments and is known for its ability to consistently reduce dissolved solids to low levels.
Reverse osmosis is the reverse process of penetration. The advantage of reverse osmosis technology in the dental desalination system is that the membrane produces a uniform, low conductivity water supply and a very small amount of dissolved solids that are removed by the final mixed bed resin cartridge known as "polish".
Reverse osmosis desalination systems are expensive to purchase and install, but the large amount of water it treats by this method has the added benefit of reducing the cost of desalinated water and producing pure water in the field.
Benefits of reverse osmosis systems include:
1- Low maintenance interval
2- Constant production of high-purity water
3- Possibility of connecting multiple autoclaves and chairs
4- Reduction of total demineralized water cost
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