Reverse osmosis (RO) systems from Evoqua offer a cost-effective and sustainable solution for water, wastewater and reuse applications. With decades of R&D and standard product development devoted to reverse osmosis systems engineering, and thousands of installations around the world, you can rely on Evoqua for your most demanding liquid separation and purification needs using reverse osmosis and nanofiltration technologies. Our portfolio of reverse osmosis systems includes those specifically engineered and designed for large industrial applications, medium sized commercial applications, small laboratory applications and trailer-mounted mobile systems for temporary and emergency applications.
Reverse Osmosis Product Technology
Reverse Osmosis uses a semi-permeable membrane to remove minerals and dissolved solids from water. RO can normally be considered economically attractive on water chemistries with 250ppm ≤ TDS ≤ 2000ppm. Between 150 -250ppm TDS, local economical considerations and water chemistry will determine whether RO is a viable option. Normally on waters with TDS < 150ppm, ion exchange without RO is feasible for TDS reduction.
A single pass reverse osmosis system typically removes 97% of the total dissolved solids (TDS) and 95% of naturally occurring organics. The water recovery and average membrane flux usually ranges from 65 to 80% recovery and 14 to 18gfd respectively with both being dependent on the water chemistry.
Reverse Osmosis (RO) Products
Vantage® single-pass and double pass reverse osmosis (RO) systems are designed for a variety of industrial applications requiring high quality equipment with a fast delivery and competitive price. These pre-engineered, pre-assembled and factory tested units minimize installation and start-up time. With simple utility connections and easy to set up controls, the unit is ready for quick on-line service. Vantage RO systems are utilized in process water generation industries such as Power, General Industry, Food and Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Microelectronics, Solar, and Data Centers.