Reverse osmosis filtration

Illustration filtration through reverse osmosis

Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology covers a range of membrane pore sizes i.e. cut-off value. The cut-off value is generally <0.001 µm or <100 Monocular Weight (MW).

RO technology applications involve pure concentration and volume reduction processes. Polymeric membranes are commonly used in RO technology.

The RO membrane rejects more or less all solids, and only water passes through the membrane. RO technology is extremely efficient for high concentration of milk, whey and permeates.

RO technology is also used for “polishing” of condensate and permeate, which allows the final output of processed “water” to be reused for several applications.

Reverse osmosis filtration

Illustration filtration through reverse osmosis

Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology covers a range of membrane pore sizes i.e. cut-off value. The cut-off value is generally <0.001 µm or <100 Monocular Weight (MW).

RO technology applications involve pure concentration and volume reduction processes. Polymeric membranes are commonly used in RO technology.

The RO membrane rejects more or less all solids, and only water passes through the membrane. RO technology is extremely efficient for high concentration of milk, whey and permeates.

RO technology is also used for “polishing” of condensate and permeate, which allows the final output of processed “water” to be reused for several applications.