What is Closed Circuit Reverse Osmosis Systems?
CCRO systems save water, minimize brine waste by up to 75%, and cut energy consumption by up to 35%. These systems also significantly reduce membrane fouling and scaling, resulting in less maintenance and downtime.
Working of CCRO Systems
1: These systems work by recirculating pressured feedwater until it reaches the appropriate recovery level. Without interrupting the flow of pressured feed or permeate, the brine is replaced with fresh feed.
2: Because CCRO systems use recirculation rather than several membrane elements and stages in series to produce recovery, they can achieve any desired recovery percentage in a single stage.
3: In single-stage brackish systems, the reverse osmosis processes have proven recovery rates of up to 98 percent, conserving more water and lowering waste than typical one-, two-, and three-stage reverse osmosis systems. Recovery can be adjusted, giving you unrivalled flexibility.
4: The membrane is washed by cross flow from a circulation pump, and salinity cycling disrupts and drastically lowers scaling and fouling.
5: Cycle times are faster than induction times for scale deposition, and frequent and full brine rejection can stop or even reverse precipitation, allowing for extremely high recovery rates even from problematic source waters. Furthermore, biological growth is hampered by huge changes in salinity and pressure within the feed-brine side of the reverse osmosis membranes.
How much pressure do CCRO Systems require?
Because each CCRO process starts at a low pressure, it requires less operational pressure and pump energy. It employs just enough power to counteract the water's osmotic pressure when treating seawater, resulting in a record low energy consumption of 1.45 kWh/m3.
Short membrane arrays and high cross flow also allow CCRO systems to operate at higher average fluxes without exceeding the flow or recovery specifications of conventional reverse osmosis membranes.
Where are CCRO Systems used?
CCRO systems are particularly useful when working with sites that have:
1: A Variable feedwater content;
2: A High silica concentration;
3: Expensive liquid waste disposal;
4: Strict volume limitations for liquid waste.
CCRO represents a significant shift in water efficiency and reliability. These systems lower the most expensive part of running a reverse osmosis system: wastewater disposal, which can be cut in half to seventy percent and pay for itself in less than a year. These systems have an industry-leading maximum recovery guarantee, helping you to accomplish your sustainability targets with up to 98 percent recovery.
How can we help?
Netsol Water will design and choose the RO Systems that best suit the needs of your business and the project. We integrate RO technology with the appropriate pre-treatment and post-treatment to deliver long-term and full solutions. We are also working on the advancements for Reverse Osmosis Systems so that our customers' financial, environmental, and operational competitiveness are all boosted.
Our water and wastewater treatment systems provide the following benefits_
1: Engineered and custom-designed solutions for one-of-a-kind requirements.
2: Design, engineering, manufacture, automation, installation, maintenance, and training are all included in turnkey systems.
3: Water and wastewater treatment, recycling, reuse, and disposal using cutting-edge technologies.
4: On-line assistance and on-site service and support are at our best.
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