A brackish 30,000 GPD RO (reverse osmosis) water plant is a large-scale water treatment facility that uses reverse osmosis to purify brackish water (water that is slightly salty but not as salty as seawater). The plant is designed to produce 30,000 gallons of purified water per day (GPD), which is a significant volume of water. Reverse osmosis is a process in which water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane under pressure, which removes impurities and contaminants from the water. RO systems are effective at removing a wide range of contaminants, including bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and other impurities. A brackish water RO plant is typically used in areas where the available water supply is not suitable for drinking or other purposes due to high levels of salt or other contaminants.
Water making: 30000 GPD
Flow rate 72-meter cube at 25 deg C
RO membrane-brand: CSM (8040 (400 ft sq) x4 pcs)
RO pressure vessel: FRP (8040x2pcs)
HI-pressure pump: 4 kW x 380V x 50 Hz (Brand: Grundfos, model CRI 5-29,
flow rate: 5T/hr, lift head: 165M)
Pre-filter TK 7-20
Pure water flow meter and drain flow meter
Low-pressure and high-pressure valve
RO frame by stainless steel welding
All pressure display on the main panel
Low-pressure pipe SCH # 80 UPVC
Flush the valve, feed the valve, and adjust the valve.