S-1 A/8, 2nd Floor, Arya Square Mall, Above Kanha Restaurant, Subhash Nagar, Jaipur (Rajasthan), India-302016

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Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis, also known as hyper filtration, is the finest filtration available today within the water treatment arena of equipment’s. It is effective in eliminating or substantially reducing a very wide array of contaminants there-by used for treating drinking water in residential/portable water applications.It has the greatest range of contaminant removal. Reverse osmosis will allow the removal of particles as small as individual ions.

Principal/Key Features

  • Reverse Osmosis has a pore size range of 0.0001–0.001 micron
  • Material used for RO Membranes is commonly Thin–Film Composite Membrane
  • Typically made out of thin Polyamide layer (<200 nm) deposited on top of a polythersulfone of polysulfone porous layer (about 50 microns) on top of a non-woven fabric support sheet
  • >99% rejection of salts & thereby reduces the salinity and all dissolved salts from water


  • Drinking Water (Portable Water)
  • Power Plants (replacement of DM plants)
  • Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Waste Water Treatment for post STP / ETP for recovery of water back for process
  • Desalination
  • Domestic/International usage for portable water
  • CSR for water starved areas
  • Dialysis

Available Ranges & Models

  • Packaged Institutional RO Systems: 0.25 to 1 M3/Hr. Systems
  • Industrial RO Systems: 0.5 to 100 M3/Hr. Systems
  • Waste water RO systems for Zero Liquid Discharge: 1 to 50 M3/Hr. Systems