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Water-Softening-FAQ
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Water Softening FAQ

Water softening is widely spread in industrial and domestic applications. In this post we explain the basics of this technology

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Reverse-Osmosis-FAQ
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Reverse Osmosis FAQ

Many reverse osmosis concepts are complex and often misunderstood. Let us walk you through the main tips and tricks of this desalination technology

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How to overcome feedwater changes in reverse osmosis systems
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How to Overcome Feedwater Changes in Reverse Osmosis Systems

Feedwater analysis has always been the most important criterion to design and estimate the performance of Reverse Osmosis desalination plants, however it is common to find unpredictable and inconsistent feeedwater salinity with frequent and significant variations.
All Watercore RO systems incorporate a PLC that controls the concentrate-valve and automatically adjusts and optimises key performance parameters.

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Reverse osmosis membrane fouling challenges
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Membrane Fouling as Key Reverse Osmosis Challenge

Reverse osmosis foulants are small particles and bacteria found in the system feed water that get trapped and accumulate on the membrane surface, preventing water permeability and reducing the membrane and whole RO equipment performance.

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Reverse Osmosis Membrane Cleaning
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Reverse Osmosis Membrane Cleaning: Best Practices

RO membrane cleaning is recommended when there is an increase in salt passage or pressure that can be linked to membrane fouling, just before any medium or long term shutdown or as part of the scheduled RO maintenance protocol, typically every 3 to 6 month.

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Pilot Plants for small-scale testing of water treatment
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Pilot Plants for Small-Scale Testing of Water Treatment Techniques

A pilot plant is a collection of equipment and other materials designed to simulate what will happen on a full-scale water treatment process.
Pilot testing offers the flexibility to evaluate the performance of a scale plant that will work in real site conditions. It will show what needs to be improved and where weaknesses are.

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