Membrane Separation Plants
Membrane separation is a safe, efficient and cost-effective process of water filtration and environment-friendly purification with a minimal use of chemicals.
These plants employ various semi-permeable membranes that effectively remove solids, bacteria, and other impurities.
Our comprehensive range of membrane separation plants include:
- Micro Filtration Plants (MF)
- Ultra Filtration Plants (UF)
- Nano Filtration Plants (NF)
- Reverse Osmosis Plants (RO)
Membrane filtration plants are customized and act as an absolute barrier for solid particles.
Micro Filtration Plants
We offer customized micro-filtration plants that which are constructed using hollow fiber membranes or spiral bound membranes. We also offer plants with ceramic membranes for special applications.
Ultra Filtration Plants
Ultra-filtration plants are suitable for pressure-specific operations and are used to separate big molecules present in water. They are virtually free of solids and effectively remove bacteria, viruses and parasites without killing them.
Arya Water Technologies offers ultra-filtration plants that are constructed from hollow-fiber and spiral-bound membranes and work at a pressure of about 1-10 bar.
Nano Filtration Plants
Nano filtration plants are generally used to soften the water, to recover salts from dying baths, to remove color and to recover acids and caustic soda.
We provide nano filtration plants that are constructed from hollow-fiber or spiral-bound membranes suitable for medium to high working pressure (4-30 bar)
Reverse Osmosis Plant
RO Plants separate dissolved salts from liquid solutions by employing semi-permeable membranes. We offer a whole range of Reverse Osmosis plants exclusively constructed by installing spiral wound membranes. They work at medium to high pressures (6-80 bars) based on the applications.
- Modular design
- Membranes providing absolute barriers
- Low space
Remote Monitored RO Systems
To increase operational efficiency and enable better plant management, we offer remote monitored RO systems, which allow real-time monitoring of parameters from a remote location.
Why Remote Monitoring?
- Plant operators are not well versed with the technical aspects of the RO plant and cannot interpret instrument values such as flow, pressure, conductivity and pH
- Complaint is raised only when the flow reduces drastically or the plant completely breaks down
- Site operators do not backwash filters or change cartridges on time
- Site operators may throttle the reject control valve too much to get better permeate flow, which may result in decreased efficiency
- Site operators rarely ensure anti-scalant dosing pumps operation
- Log books are rarely maintained on site