A BWRO system typically includes several stages of filtration to remove sediment, chlorine, and other impurities before the water enters the reverse osmosis stage. In the reverse osmosis stage, the brackish water is pressurized and forced through the semi-permeable membrane, leaving behind dissolved salts, minerals, and other contaminants. The purified water is then collected and stored in a clean water tank, while the concentrated brine solution is discharged as waste.
The performance of a BWRO system depends on various factors, including the quality of the feed water, the membrane type and configuration, and the system design. These systems require regular maintenance, including membrane cleaning and replacement, to ensure optimal performance and longevity.
BWRO systems are commonly used in various applications, including industrial processes, agriculture, and municipal water treatment. They provide a cost-effective and sustainable solution for treating brackish water sources and meeting the growing demand for freshwater in many parts of the world.