Reverse Osmosis

The phenomenon of osmosis is the passage of a pure solvent into a solution separated from it by a semi-permeable membrane, a membrane permeable to the solvent but not to the solute. Osmotic pressure is the pressure that must be applied to the solution to stop the influx of the solvent. If we subject the solution to a high pressure exceeding the osmotic pressure of that solution, pure solvent would pass through the semi-permeable membrane back into solvent (pure water). This is reverse osmosis.

Continuous Electro Deionisation Systems

Continuous electro Deionisation (CDI) is a continuous process that uses ion exchange membranes, resin and electricity. DC potential is the driving force for removing ions from the feed stream while continuously regenerating the resin pack. Techniflo use the well-proven ion pure EDI modules which, when used in an RO/CDI system, can produce a water quality that exceeds 10megohm/cm.