Reverse Osmosis
it's all a question of concentration

Reverse osmosis is a proven, environmentally friendly and rational way to remove dissolved salts from natural waters. Desalination is carried out by purely physical means – no chemicals are required for the actual process.

Semi-permeable membranes are used in reverse osmosis. These membranes are permeable for water molecules, but not for the dissolved salts, organic matter, TOC (total organic carbon), bacteria and viruses contained in the water. When the pressure is increased, the water is forced through these membranes – and desalinated.

So much for theory. In practice, the quality of the components and the durability of the membranes used, which have to withstand high pressure loads, are decisive.

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