What is the difference between RO systems and Electrodialysis?
Electrodialysis technology has advanced fast in the application of engineering technology since its inception in the 1950s. Seawater desalination, brackish water desalination, seawater concentration salt manufacturing, wastewater treatment, and the food, pharmaceutical, electronics, and power industries have all seen an increase in its use. Its technological improvement and various good properties that other separation methods cannot match have been validated by several excellent application instances.
Electrodialysis serve the following purposes_
1: To lessen the electrolyte solution's concentration, separate certain ions from the electrolyte solution.
2: Increase the concentration of another solution by transferring some of the electrolyte and ions from the first. Such as a saltwater concentration system, chemical product purification, and the recovery of usable components from industrial leftover liquid, among other things.
3: Electrolyte ions should be removed from organic solutions. It's mostly employed in the food and pharmaceutical sectors right now. Whey desalination, sugar desalination, and amino acid refinement have all proven highly effective.
In the late 1960s, reverse osmosis technology was introduced to the world.
The essential components of reverse osmosis (RO) are a high-pressure pump and a reverse osmosis membrane. Except for water molecules, other minerals in the water, organic and different ions are almost rejected outside the membrane and washed away by high pressure water flow when the pressure is high enough. The water that passes through the opposite side is pure, safe, and sanitary. The concept works like a semi-permeable barrier in the human body, allowing helpful molecules to pass through while unwanted substances are ejected. Because it's the polar opposite of natural penetration. It's known as reverse osmosis.Modern pure water, high-purity water preparation, saltwater desalination, brackish water desalination, and other industrial separation projects, all use it.
RO possesses the following five features_
1.Low energy usage and substantial cost savings. Desalination of 2000-5000mg/L brackish water to 5000mg/L drinking water has proven to be the most cost-effective.
2.Application flexibility, ease of operation, and maintenance, different types of system design can be employed flexibly depending on the conditions and requirements. Water output can be increased by parallel connections, desalination rates can be increased through series connections, and process flow may be shortened through circulation or partial circulation. Several key factors including as voltage, current, flow, pressure,concentration, and temperature are adjusted during operation to guarantee stable functioning.
3.There will be no environmental contamination.
4.Long life expectancy. The membrane can be utilized for 3-5 years, the electrode for 7-8 years, and the separator for about 15 years.
5.Raw water rate is very high. The recovery rate of saltwater and brackish water with high concentrations can exceed 60%. The typical recovery rate for brackish water might range from 65 to 80 percent.
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