For extremely low conductivity, an electrodeionization module (EDI) can be used
Food production (e.g., slaughterhouses or meat processing)
The cosmetic and chemical industries
The textile industry, carpet manufacturing, and laundries
Steam generation, steam boiler plants
Lowering costs for energy and waste water
Continuous and interrupted process technologies are possible
To ensure process safety, laboratory facilities and pilot plants are available
Reverse osmosis: a lower salt concentration in waste water, lower chemical consumption than for ion exchangers
HOW IT WORKS
Industrial-use water is passed over spiral-wound polymer membranes. They allow water through under pressure (permeate), while holding back organic and inorganic substances. According to the substance that needs to be isolated, either reverse osmosis or nanofiltration modules are used. Untreated water is pumped from the storage tank through a seal into the membrane module, where it flows across the membrane surface, and purified water is drained off by a pipe intended for the permeate into a permeate container.
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