Pre-treatment of seawater (DRPS1)

Reverse osmosis (RO) is an economical process in the desalination of seawater, in which high-pressure seawater is passed through membranes to separate soluble salts from saline water. Today, RO technology is the most economical way to desalinate seawater in large volumes. RO systems require pre-treatment processes to increase the efficiency and life-time of membranes. One of the most important goals of RO pre-treatment systems is providing water with low turbidity and low SDI. DRPS1 pre-treatment systems of DPSN company, are able to support high quality water with low SDI (<1) using ceramic membranes with pore size in nanometric scale.