HERO-6000 High Recovery RO System
Introducing the HERO-6000, a groundbreaking and patented light industrial reverse osmosis (RO) system that revolutionizes the industry. With an impressive minimum 80% recovery rate, this system sets a new standard in efficiency and performance, all while minimizing its footprint. Let's delve into the three major unique features that make the HERO-6000 stand out from the competition.
unlike traditional systems that rely on a constant flow of concentrated water, the HERO-6000 utilizes an automatic Permeate Pulse Flush. This innovative design ensures optimal operation and extends the lifespan of the system.
he HERO-6000 boasts exclusively made 4040 membranes, setting a new benchmark for permeate flow rate in the market. With an industry-leading flow rate of 5000 gallons per day (GPD), this system delivers exceptional performance and productivity.
Thanks to its high recovery rate design, the HERO-6000 significantly reduces the need for pre-treatment sizing. The system incorporates sedimentation, dechlorination, and the superior quality of Avista antiscalant, all conveniently included on the same compact skid. This efficient integration streamlines the installation process and maximizes space utilization.
What is Permeate Pulse Flush?
Conventional RO involves a steady flow and stable salt concentration during its continuous and uninterrupted production cycle. Which allows organic and inorganic matters to have stable condition to develop foulants on the membrane surface over period of time.
Permeate Pulse Flush basically opens brine solenoid valve for short period of time to discharge highly concentrated water when its saturation reached to the level that antiscalant can't handle. RO permeate water enters the system during pulse flush, which enhances its flush efficiency to recover the membrane to a fresh new state. This process will repeat over and over again to ensure the longer life-span of the membrane and also reduce waste dischage.
Conventional RO System Design VS HERO-6000 Space Saving Design
* It is the key feature that allows HERO to be operating at a 100% recovery rate during the production cycle. During the flush cycle, the flush valve opens before the saturation of concentrated water reached the level when soft water or antiscalant can’t prevent the scale formation anymore. Moreover, the sudden change of flow velocity across the membrane surface in such a short period of time causes water hammers that also help to shake off the foulants on the membrane surface in order to keep the membrane clean for a longer period of time.
HERO system recovery rate is calculated based on the volume of flush water discharged
Recovery Rate =
(Permeate Flow / Permeate Flow + Discharged Flush Flow)