Reverse Osmosis Membranes
What is the reverse osmosis membrane?
Reverse osmosis is a membrane technology that removes salinity from water. It is based on a diffusion process through a semi-permeable membrane that facilitates the passage of dissolved gases and low molecular weight molecules without electrostatic charge.
How does the osmosis membrane work?
A reverse osmosis membrane is made up of different layers of polyamide through which street water is filtered to obtain water with a low salt content and free of viruses and bacteria.