Reverse Osmosis Membranes
Pall Water offers mobile and packaged RO membrane solutions
Where fresh water is scarce, Pall Water combines low-pressure membrane technology with Reverse Osmosis (RO) to create complete solutions for both drinking water and industrial applications.
Pall Water's RO technology – IMPRO – is delivered in two convenient formats to meet any water treatment need. Our mobile units and packaged systems offer proven, reliable RO solutions.
The benefits of RO treatment include:
· A low concentration of suspended particles, which enables your RO membranes to operate at high flux.
· Stable pretreated water that extends the life of your RO membranes.
· Lower costs for power, cleaning chemicals, prefilter cartridge changeouts and labor.
· Additional cost savings because fewer pressure vessels and RO membranes are needed.
"The Fundamentals of Filtration for Water"
View our latest webinar to explore the fundamentals of membrane filtration for water and wastewater treatment.
Pall Water experts Alicia and Joe detail the importance of water quality, the differences between Microfiltration (MF) and Ultrafiltration (UF), filter media characteristics, and much more!
Mobile & Packaged RO Solutions
Pall Water delivers RO solutions in multiple formats to meet your water treatment needs
Membrane Solutions: Disc Tube Reverse Osmosis (DTRO)
Unique modules designed to ensure molecular and ionic separation
DTRO offers filtration for a whole spectrum of pollutants in all aqueous environments. DT membranes can separate everything from suspended matter to the smallest ions, including colloids, bacteria, viruses and organic matter.
Case Study: Extending RO Membrane Efficiency
"Claris® Filters Extend Reverse Osmosis Membrane Efficiency"
Pall Water's Claris® Filter Cartridges are shown to extend the efficiency of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes and reduce subsequent fouling when compared to traditional string wound filters. Switching to Claris can enable facilities to increase in filter performance, without an increasing filter costs.
RO technology provides solutions for seawater desalination across the globe
Fresh water scarcity around the world has led municipalities and industries to seek new sources of fresh water. Over the past few years, seawater desalination has become popular in water scarce regions. The use of microfiltration (MF) followed by reverse osmosis (RO) is becoming the accepted standard for desalination.
Seawater requires pretreatment to remove various contaminants such as organics, algae, and fine particles that may cause an RO system to foul prematurely. Premature fouling in an RO system can substantially increase operating costs and system downtime.
The Pall Aria systems have a proven ability to prevent the premature fouling and clogging of RO membranes. Seawater can be converted into high-quality fresh water efficiently and cost-effectively using our microfiltration systems in combination with RO membranes.
Pretreatment Needs for Seawater Desalination
Seawater must be pretreated to remove organics and other contaminants that typically cause RO systems to foul prematurely. This premature fouling can substantially increase operating costs of desalination plants.
The Pall Aria systems have a proven ability to prevent the premature fouling and clogging of RO membranes. Aria technology provides a cost-effective alternative to traditional desalination pretreatment methods such as air flotation, clarification, sand filtration and cartridge filtration. Unlike these methods, our microfiltration (MF) membranes are robust and effective at removing contaminants. Our MF membranes differ from RO membranes because they are made of more chemically resistant materials that allow for better filtration, more thorough cleaning, and little to no fouling.
How Can We Help?
Contact us today for more information about our IMPRO, Closed Circuit Reverse Osmosis (CCRO), or Reverse Osmosis (RO) solutions. Our expert team is here to answer your questions.