~ Very high degree of treatment
~ Improved water taste
~ Easy operation
~ About “SUPREME-RO” equipment:
These are "reverse osmosis" type drinking water treatment equipment that produce clean drinking water. Reverse osmosis systems purify water from mechanical impurities, dissolved salts, alkalis, ions, bacteria, viruses, etc. Reverse osmosis cleaning ability depends on the main component of the equipment – the membrane and its type. The degree of water treatment can reach up to 99%. The degree of treatment of inorganic substances can reach up to 85-99%. Reverse osmosis membranes also completely purify water from organic substances with molecular sizes larger than 0.0001μ, but smaller molecules of organic substances can pass through the membrane in small amounts. The large size of viruses and bacteria prevents them from passing through the membrane. The reverse osmosis unit comes with several treatment stages (depending on the unit model).
No chemical reagents or substances are used in the cleaning process.
~Benefits of using “SUPREME-RO” equipment:
- Very high degree of treatment.
- The equipment is easy to operate.
- The equipment’s self-cleaning wastewater is harmless to nature and can also be discharged into biological sewerage system.
- Operating costs are very small (1 liter of water preparation costs 0.02-0.04 €.)
- No need to buy drinking water in stores
~ Equipment cleaning level
- Mechanical impurities / turbidity: 99%
- Inorganic materials:> 95-98%
- Organic molecules with a size greater than 0.0001 μ: up to 99%
~ "SUPREME-RO" treatment stages and their operating principle:
“RO” kits include several stages of treatment:
1. First stage of treatment
Initially, the water is supplied to the equipment for the first stage treatment. The first stage of treatment consists of a filter hull containing a mechanical filter. This mechanical filter is designed to filter water from mechanical impurities such as sand, rust pieces, pipe sediments, etc. These filters are made of thread braids or polypropylene material.
2. Second stage of treatment
Once the mechanical particles have been filtered, the water enters the hull of the second stage treatment, which contains a special activated carbon filter. This carbon filter is designed to purify water from various organic pollutants, microorganisms, bacteria, chlorine and its toxic by-products, lead and toxic heavy metals, pesticides, detergents, etc., as well as protects the osmosis membrane of the filtration system from the damaging effects of chlorine.
3. Third stage of purification:
Once the water has filtered through the mechanical and carbon filters, with the help of the incoming water pressure it enters the next stage, the third stage of purification. It is a 5-micron fine mechanical treatment that is required to provide purified water to the membranes of the next level of treatment element, thus ensuring a longer membrane life. Purifies water from mechanical particles, as well as from the second stage filter (carbon filter), flowing through fine carbon dust.
4. Fourth stage of purification:
With this pressure, the water is fed to the fourth water treatment, to the membrane body, in which the membrane is placed, which is the most important element of the treatment process of this water treatment equipment. This membrane acts as a barrier to organic and inorganic contaminants, water-soluble solids, heavy metals, radioactive and carcinogenic particles. The pores of the fine membrane only allow water particles to pass through, as its pore size is 0.0001μ. Reverse osmosis membranes does not allow to squeeze through them and to filter water with a molecular weight lower than 0.0001μ. Water with a higher molecular weight is discharged around the membrane and discharged into the sewerage system as dirty wastewater.
Purified water supply:
The clean, filtered water is introduced into a pressure tank (boiler, hydrophor), which is designed to maintain pressure and store purified water. The size of the pressure tank depends on the needs of the specific facility. The standard equipment is equipped with a 12 liter tank. Inside the tank there is a membrane, which after filling the tank ensures fast drainage of water to the outlet - the faucet.
5. Fifth stage of purification
When the consumption point is opened, water is supplied from the storage tank. If water exchange in the storage tank is infrequent, the water may stale and bacteria may start to form. These bacteria are perfectly cleaned by a fifth stage cleaning element, an activated carbon filter, absorbing them on its surface and providing the consumer with completely clean water.
6. Sixth stage of purification
The “Supreme-RO6” model is equipped with an additional mineralization cartridge. This element is used to improve the chemical properties of drinking water by adding minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium and other substances typical of mineral waters. Complements the absolute filtration properties of reverse osmosis. IMPROVES TASTE AND NORMALIZES PH LEVELS.
Mineralizing elements contain natural stones, which are rich in minerals that are necessary for the human body.
Output to the consumer:
The equipment is supplied with a consumption faucet.
- The “SUPREME-RO5” comes with a faucet with one opening handle. By turning the opener handle, the flow of purified water is fed through the faucet.
- The “SUPREME-RO6” comes with a faucet with two opening handles (see illustration). By turning one of the opening handles, the flow of purified water is fed through the faucet. By turning the second handle of the opener, a stream of purified and additionally "mineralized" water is fed through the faucet.
The output for the consumer can also be adjusted according to the needs of the specific facility.
~ Equipment productivity:
|Model||Treatment capacity (liters per hour)||Treatment capacity (liters per day)||Recommended maximum treatment capacity (liters per day)||Relationship between treated water and wastewater flows|
|SUPREME-RO5||- 11,66 l/h||- 280 l/24h||- 100 l||1:6|
|- 11,66 l/h||- 280 l/24h||- 100 l||1:6|
The productivity of the equipment is affected by the following factors:.
- Temperature - the power of the system decreases as the water temperature decreases.
- Pressure - system capacity increases as water pressure increases.
- Salinity and incoming water pollution - the capacity of the system decreases with increasing water salinity and total pollution.
Equipment warranty: 3 years.