Netsol Water Solutions, based in Greater Noida, India, is a leading manufacturer of RO plants. To remove the hazardous content from the water, a RO plant is employed. A reverse osmosis factory is a manufacturing facility that performs the reverse osmosis process. Reverse osmosis is a well-known method for purifying or desalinating polluted water by forcing it through a membrane. Reverse osmosis water can be used for a variety of reasons, including desalination, pollutant concentration, dissolved mineral reclamation, and wastewater treatment.
Softening, de-chlorination, and anti-scale treatment are all necessary pre-treatment processes for reverse osmosis facilities. Following pre-treatment, high pressure is used to force water through a semi-permeable membrane, which traps impurities while allowing pure water to pass through.
The amount of energy required by the RO Plant will be determined by the amount of salts and pollutants in the influent water. Higher concentrations will necessitate more energy for the RO plant to process.
FEATURES OF NETSOL RO PLANT
1. PLC BASED CONTROLLERS:
A PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER (PLC) is an industrial computer control system that continually monitors the status of input devices and controls the state of output devices using a bespoke programme.This type of control system may considerably improve almost any production line, machine operation, or process. The capacity to adjust and repeat the operation or process while gathering and conveying crucial information is the most significant advantage of employing a PLC.A PLC system also has the benefit of being modular. That is, you can mix and match the different types of Input and Output devices to meet your needs.
2. SS HIGH- PRESSURE PIPE ASSEMBLY:
ASTM A269 or A213, or equivalent, fully annealed, high-quality type 316 stainless steel tube. Hardness should not be more than 90 HRB. Scratch-free tubing that is suitable for bending and flaring. For tubing use above 100°F (37°C), allowable working pressures are computed using a S value of 20000 psi (137.8 MPa) for ASTM A269 tubing at –20 to 100°F (–28 to 37°C), as indicated in ASME B31.3(Elevated Temperature Factors).
3. CATRIDGE FILTER:
A cartridge filter is a tubular filtration device that can be used in a variety of sectors to meet a variety of filtration needs. A cartridge is a device that removes undesirable particles, contaminants, and chemicals from liquids by encasing them in a housing or casing. As water, liquid, or solvent flows inside the housing and passes through the filter element, the cartridge is exposed to it. Submicron particles can also be removed using cartridge filters.
4. OUTLET CONDUCTIVITY METER:
The electrical conductivity of a solution is measured with an electrical conductivity metre (EC metre). It is commonly used in hydroponics, aquaculture, aquaponics, and freshwater systems to monitor the amount of nutrients, salts, and pollutants in the water.
5. PRESSURE GAUGE:
The study of an applied force by a fluid (liquid or gas) on a surface is known as pressure measurement. The most common unit of measurement for pressure is force per unit of surface area. The measurement of pressure and vacuum has spawned a slew of new approaches. Pressure metres, pressure gauges, and vacuum gauges are instruments that measure and show pressure in an integral unit. A manometer is a good example, as it measures and indicates pressure by using the surface area and weight of a column of liquid. Similarly, the Bourdon gauge, which is arguably the most well-known form of gauge, is a mechanical device that measures and signals.
6. UV PROTECTION GRID:
UVGI is a disinfection technology that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kill or inactivate germs by destroying nucleic acids and altering their DNA, rendering them unable to perform important cellular processes.
UVGI devices can generate enough UV-C light in circulating air or water systems to render them unfriendly to bacteria, viruses, moulds, and other pathogens. To cleanse air and water, UVGI can be used in conjunction with a filtering system. Since the mid-twentieth century, the use of UVGI for disinfection has been commonplace. It has mostly been employed in medical sanitation and sterile work environments. Because the holding facilities are enclosed and may be rotated to ensure a higher exposure to the UV, it is increasingly being used to sterilise drinking and wastewater.