Pulse Flow RO - The new RO technology for waste and brackish water applications

Pulse Flow Reverse Osmosis technology is a new, innovative method for operating Reverse Osmosis water reuse systems that enables high recovery, high flux and Chloramine-free operation

B. Liberman; L. Eshed; G. Greenberg

2020

Scholarcy highlights

  • Pulse Flow Reverse Osmosis technology is a new, innovative method for operating Reverse Osmosis water reuse systems that enables high recovery, high flux and Chloramine-free operation
  • The unit operated with an average flux of 16.5 gfd, which is 50% higher than the standard design of 11 gfd
  • Specific flux was 0.12 GFD/PSI - about 25% higher than most well-operated wastewater reuse facilities that operate at the same recovery with specific flux of 0.09–0.1 gfd/psi
  • The unit operated at 86% recovery in a single RO stage
  • The overall water cost in this process is 14–28% lower than a similar standard Fully Advanced Treatment water reuse process

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