A REVIEW OF REVERSE OSMOSIS AND ITS MEMBRANE, INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION

Mr.B. R. Mhaske, Mr.R. L. Nibe, Shubham M. Saner

Abstract


The water is at higher risk as its remediation is very difficult. The major an thropogenic   activities for continuous water quality deterioration are urbanization , industrialization and agricultural runoff . Appropriate 70 % of India and 25% of the other world has not assesible and safe drinking purpose water . The use of artificial chemicals contain to contaminate many of the precious water sources worldwide. Also, soil contains the fluoride arsenic as well as redioacting element  are polluting the sources of water . Thus, to remove the above impurities from the sources , we have to goes for special type of processing . The household filters and methods only separate out the particulate matter . The traditional methods like ultra- filtration do not remove the most of the heavy toxic chemicals from water which can harm humans.  The toxic chemicals as well as other impurities are achieved by the universal method called as reverse osmosis hence the present short review shows the applicability of RO system for treating the effluents from water.


Keywords


Water pollution, reverse osmosis, osmotic pressure, membranes, pfeffer method.

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