Anti Scalants

An antiscalant is a process that gets injected into the feedwater that flows through the RO membrane, preventing the membrane from scaling. RO membrane scaling occurs when particles accumulate on a membrane, causing the membrane’s hole to plug.

What is an Antiscalant? An antiscalant is a pretreatment that gets injected into the feedwater that moves through the RO membrane, preventing the membrane from scaling. RO membrane scaling occurs when particles accumulate on a membrane, causing the membrane’s holes to plug.

Features :
  • The RO membranes are secure from scaling and fouling by antiscalant chemicals.
  • Minerals including calcium sulphate, calcium carbonate, barium sulphate, silica, calcium fluoride, and strontium sulphate, can all be found in scale. To remove calcium carbonate, other mineral fouling, and sulphate precipitates, antiscalants should be dosed before the RO membranes.
  • Due to its unrivalled efficiency reduce membrane fouling, antiscalant is the prime pretreatment technology for water systems.
  • Very high rates of recovery are achieved when very low-quality feed water is processed, with an antiscalant chemical.
  • When used appropriately, antiscalant can in some situations, expand the interval between membrane cleanings from a few weeks to years.
  • Scaling-causing minerals can be properly managed.
  • suitable with the most widely used membranes available.
  • Particle foulants should be put out to maintain a clean membrane area.
  • With RO systems, importantly higher recovery rates can be attained, lowering operational expenses.

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