Reverse Osmosis Water Softener

Reverse osmosis or hyperfiltration is one of the best filtration which is available in the present date. This method is the best in tackling all sorts of contamination which can be present in water. This process is so powerful that it removes the smallest ion of contamination present in water.

There are two types of reverse osmosis processes which are used. These are Thin film Composite(TFC) and the other one is Cellulose Triacetate (CTA). Thin film composite is considered as more effective means of filtration, as it is capable of removing more and finest granule of contamination as compared to the cellulose Triacetate process.

Process Of Filtration In Reverse Osmosis Water Softener:

In the water softener of Reverse osmosis, there is a semi permeable membrane. This semipermeable membrane allows only the pure water to pass through and stops all other granules. Even the smallest granule or ion can not pass through the thin semipermeable.

As the pure water pass through the membrane, the contamination present in it, move down the drain thus ensuring that it do not go back again the water behind. In this way, all the contamination is collected at one place while the pure water is collected at the other. Thus, separating the two.

Advantages Of Reverse Osmosis Water Softeners:

The advantages of the reverse osmosis water softener includes:

  • The best part of reverse osmosis water softeners is that they have high rate of rejection. So, they are capable of rejecting even the smallest granule present in water.
  • This device is very cost effective and is capable of serving for a long time.

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