Reverse Osmosis is the reverse of the natural osmosis process that occurs in nature. During osmosis liquid flows from a state of low concentration of solids or impurities to a state of relatively high concentration.

To treat water by the osmotic process, osmosis must be reversed to make the water flow from a state of high concentration of solids to a low concentration. This is done by applying pressure to the high concentration side of the membrane, the result very high quality water.

 

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