Treatment Process:


Project Overview

Make use of a reverse osmosis (RO) 2 x 24 000lt per hour RO plant with prefiltration and dechlorination for treating municipal water.

Project Solution

The prefiltration stage of the system acts as the initial barrier, effectively eliminating larger particles, sediments, and suspended solids from the incoming water, thus preventing potential clogging and damage to the RO membranes. Subsequently, the dechlorination process effectively neutralizes and removes chlorine and its derivatives from the water, safeguarding the integrity of the RO membranes and enhancing the overall purification process.

The RO system itself utilizes a semi-permeable membrane to selectively remove dissolved solids, organic compounds, and other impurities, ensuring that the final product meets the stringent quality standards required for the bottling of sensitive beverages like juice and soft drinks. Through the process of reverse osmosis, the plant can achieve a high level of purification, resulting in water that is free from contaminants, odors, and undesirable taste, while retaining essential minerals for an optimal taste profile.

The 2 x 24 cube per hour capacity of the RO plant indicates its ability to efficiently process and deliver a large volume of purified water, ensuring a consistent and reliable water supply for the bottling plant’s production line. This significant throughput capacity allows for smooth and uninterrupted operations, meeting the demands of the bottling plant’s high-volume production requirements.

In summary, the application of this reverse osmosis 2 x 24 cube per hour RO plant with prefiltration and dechlorination serves as a critical component in the bottling process, guaranteeing the provision of clean, purified water that adheres to the stringent quality standards required for the production of top-tier juice and soft drink products.

Kampwater achieves a recovery in access of 80%.

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