Petrochemical | Reverse Osmosis & Water Treatment Systems
In process for treating petrochemical wastewater, the wastewater is first subjected to pretreatment using sand and activated carbon filters. After this, the wastewater is treated using reverse osmosis (RO) equipment with a production capacity of 0.25 m3/h.
The RO equipment consists of a spiral membrane module with a membrane area of 7.2 m². The RO process is conducted at pressures of 8, 12, and 15 bar, with a constant reject flow of 10 L/m³.
It's worth noting that the specific details of the RO process, such as the feed flow rate, recovery rate, and the quality of the treated water, will depend on various factors such as the quality of the feedwater, the membrane characteristics, and the operating conditions. Therefore, it's important to carefully monitor and adjust the process parameters to ensure optimal performance and efficient treatment of the petrochemical wastewater.
The experiments achieves very successful results, with over 90% extraction of most compounds present in the petrochemical wastewater. This suggests that the RO (reverse osmosis) process was effective in removing a high percentage of contaminants from the wastewater.
However, it's important to note that without additional context, it's difficult to fully assess the significance of these results. For example, we would need to know what the acceptable or desired level of extraction is for the specific compounds in question, as well as any regulatory or industry standards that may apply. Additionally, we would need to consider other factors such as the cost and energy requirements of the RO process, as well as any potential environmental impacts associated with the treatment and disposal of the extracted compounds.
- dBW8040-400 | dBW4040-78 | dBW8040-400XFR
- dBW8040-400XFR/34 | dBW4040-78XFR | dBW8040-400FR
- dBW8040- 400FR/34 | dBW4040-78FR |