WTE offers reverse osmosis system which are designed and manufactured to remove total dissolved solids (TDS) from raw water. A water purification technology that is being used in several industrial & domestic applications. Our unit comprises components like RO membrane cleaners, scale inhibitors, antiscalants, corrosion inhibitors, biocides, de-chlorination, and flocculants. This helps us provide an exceptional product that performs at the highest level yet is and methods.

Our unit comprises components like RO membrane cleaners, scale inhibitors, antiscalants, corrosion inhibitors, biocides, de-chlorination, and flocculants etc. 

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Product Description

The reverse osmosis process can remove chemical contamination as well as microbial or biological contamination, therefore reverse osmosis (RO) systems are utilized for commercial and industrial water purification purposes. The membrane consists of several layers of tightly wound, semi-permeable membrane to remove dissolved contaminants.



Reverse osmosis is a filtration method for water purification that uses a tightly wound, semi-permeable membrane to remove dissolved contaminants. The application of pressure before the membrane causes the fluid to travel from a region of high solute concentration to a region of low solute concentration to overcome the natural osmotic pressure and redirect dissolved contaminants which result in fine filtration of water. The water flows from the outside layers of the membrane toward the inner layers. The contaminated water gets pushed and exits the membrane on the opposite side of the incoming water as the pure water continues through the layers toward the center of permeate tube.  The separation and removal of micro-contaminants take place as the fluid spirals through the various tightly wound layers of the membrane and into the inner permeate tube collecting all the purified water (permeate) for use.  The rejected water with contaminants (concentrate) flows perpendicular to and out of the backside of the membrane. It can efficiently perform straining or size-reduction of the contaminants of size 0.001 microns in diameter



  • Low maintenance
  • High performance
  • PLC-based automatic operation
  • User-friendly & easy to install
  • Cost-effective
  • More beneficial than conventional products



  • Cooling Tower Make-Up Water
  • Industrial water usage
  • Domestic & commercial drinking usage
  • Desalination of water
  • Sea Water Desalination
  • Boiler feed water


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Frequently Asked Question

What is a reverse osmosis (RO) plant?

A reverse osmosis (RO) plant is a water treatment system that uses a membrane to remove dissolved ions and molecules from water. The process of reverse osmosis is based on the principle of osmosis, but in reverse. This means that water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane under high pressure, which removes dissolved ions and molecules and leaves behind pure water.

How does a reverse osmosis plant work?

A reverse osmosis plant typically consists of several stages of filtration, including sediment filtration, pre-treatment filtration, and reverse osmosis filtration. Water is first passed through sediment filters to remove larger particles such as dirt, sand, and debris. Then it goes through pre-treatment filter, where chlorine and other chemical substances are removed to prevent damage to the membrane. After pre-treatment, the water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane under high pressure. The membrane only allows pure water molecules to pass through, while rejecting dissolved ions and molecules. The purified water is then collected for use, while the rejected water is discharged as waste.

What are the advantages of using reverse osmosis water?

Reverse osmosis water has several advantages, including:

• High purity: Reverse osmosis removes dissolved ions and molecules, leaving behind highly purified water.
• Multiple uses: RO water can be used in a variety of applications, including drinking water, industrial processes, and power generation.
• Cost-effective: RO process is relatively cheaper than other processes like ion exchange, distillation, etc.
• Low maintenance: RO systems require minimal maintenance, just regular cleaning of filters.

What are the disadvantages of reverse osmosis plant?

The main disadvantage of a reverse osmosis plant is the cost of operation. It requires high-pressure pumps, which can be costly to run. Additionally, the process generates a large amount of waste water, which can also be expensive to treat. RO also consumes more energy than other process and membrane replacement need to be done regularly.

What are the common applications of reverse osmosis water?

Reverse osmosis water is commonly used in a variety of industrial and commercial applications, including:

• Drinking water
• Industrial processes
• Power generation
• Pharmaceuticals
• Cosmetics and personal care products
• Electronics and semiconductors
• Boiler feed water
• Laboratory use
• Chemicals
• Food and beverage

How often does the membrane need to be replaced?

The membrane needs to be replaced at regular intervals, depending on the water quality and the level of use. The membrane typically needs to be replaced every few years, but the exact frequency will depend on the specific application and the level of water impurities. Additionally, regular cleaning is also necessary to ensure the longevity of the membrane.

Can Reverse Osmosis plant process water with high TDS level?

Reverse osmosis plant can process water with high TDS level, but it will require more pressure to push water through the membrane. High TDS water also has higher chances of fouling the membrane, so more frequent cleaning and membrane replacement is necessary. However, some highly saline water may not be treatable through the reverse osmosis process, in such cases, alternatives like Multi-stage flash distillation should be used.