5000LPH RO water treatment machine is a large-capacity system that is designed to treat and purify water by removing impurities and contaminants. It typically consists of several stages of filtration and treatment, including sediment filtration, activated carbon filtration, reverse osmosis (RO) filtration, and a water softener (optional).
- Filter tank stainless steel
- Pipe stainless steel
- 5PSC Dow BW30-400FR
- 10000LPH Quartz sand filter
- 10000LPH Active carbon filter
- 10000LPH Precision filter
- 10TON Water pump
The sediment filtration stage removes larger particles, such as dirt, sand, and rust, from the water. The activated carbon filtration stage removes smaller particles, such as chlorine, organic compounds, and odors, through a process called adsorption. The RO filtration stage removes even smaller particles, including viruses and bacteria, by forcing the water through a semi-permeable membrane under high pressure.
The water softener is an optional stage that is used to remove excess minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, which can cause water hardness. Water hardness is a common problem in many areas and can lead to issues such as scale build-up in pipes and appliances, and the formation of soap scum. A water softener works by exchanging the calcium and magnesium ions in the water with sodium ions, which are less likely to cause problems.
Overall, a 5000LPH RO water treatment machine is a effective way to produce high-quality, purified water for a variety of applications, including drinking, cooking, and industrial use. The large capacity of the machine makes it suitable for use in high-demand situations where a large volume of purified water is needed.
|Capacity purified water||5000 Liter per hour|
|Cost raw water||6700 Liter per hour|
|Waste water||1700 Liter per hour|
Process of 5000LPH RO water treatment machine
1. quartz Sand Filter
10000LPH (liters per hour) quartz sand filter is a type of filter used in a reverse osmosis (RO) system to remove impurities from water. The filter is typically made of a cylindrical tank filled with quartz sand, which acts as a physical filter to remove suspended solids and other contaminants from the water.
Quartz sand is a highly effective filter media because it is chemically inert and has a high surface area, which makes it efficient at trapping contaminants. The filter works by forcing the water to pass through the sand, where the contaminants are trapped and removed.
2. Active carbon filter
10000LPH (liters per hour) active carbon filter is a type of filter used in a reverse osmosis (RO) system to remove impurities from water. The filter is typically made of a cylindrical tank filled with activated carbon, which is a type of carbon that has been treated with oxygen to make it highly porous and effective at trapping contaminants.
The filter works by forcing the water to pass through the activated carbon, where the contaminants are trapped and removed. Activated carbon is effective at removing a wide range of contaminants, including organic compounds, chlorine, and other chemicals. It is often used in conjunction with other types of filters, such as quartz sand filters, to provide a multi-stage filtration process that removes a variety of contaminants from the water.
3. Precision Filter
10000LPH precision filter, also known as a fine filter or membrane filter, is a large-capacity filter that is commonly used in reverse osmosis (RO) systems to remove impurities from water. It is typically made from a thin, semi-permeable membrane that is effective at removing very small particles, such as bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants.
Precision filters are typically used as the final step in an RO system, after the water has been treated with other types of filters, such as sediment filters and activated carbon filters. They are effective at removing any remaining impurities from the water and ensuring that it meets the desired quality standards.
4. 5000LPH RO unit
5000LPH (liters per hour) RO (reverse osmosis) unit is a type of filter used in a reverse osmosis system to remove impurities from water. The RO membrane is a thin, semipermeable membrane that is typically made of polyamide, a type of synthetic polymer. The membrane is designed to allow water molecules to pass through it while blocking the passage of larger contaminants such as suspended solids, bacteria, and viruses.
The RO membrane is an essential component of an RO system and is typically used in conjunction with other types of filters, such as quartz sand filters and activated carbon filters, to provide a multi-stage filtration process that removes a wide range of contaminants from the water.
RO systems are commonly used in a variety of settings, including residential, commercial, and industrial, to provide high-quality, purified water for drinking, cooking, and other applications. The use of an RO membrane in an RO system can help to improve the overall quality of the purified water and ensure that it meets regulatory standards for purity.