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Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology is an increasingly popular method used to provide high purity water for industrial processes, potable water, waste treatment, water reclamation, and many other applications. In the process of producing high purity water, RO systems concentrate ions and other contaminants. As a result, the brine concentrate and the softened water can experience scaling, deposition, microbiological fouling, and membrane degradation.
PureLine's product line includes inhibitors for the range of problems in the Reverse Osmosis system, including chlorine dioxide which, unlike chlorine, does not attack the membranes. PureLine’s experience and technical support laboratory provide the expertise required to identify problems and make the right recommendations to improve system integrity and performance.
Chlorine dioxide, at low dosages, will clean up and keep RO membranes clean from biofouling. Unlike chlorine, chlorine dioxide at low dosages will not damage the membranes, eliminating the need for “dechlorination” programs.