Reverse Osmosis Chemicals International are world leading reverse osmosis technology specialists pioneering the development of high performance reverse osmosis chemicals, analytical monitoring equipment and service support solutions. Our chemical products are based on advanced formulations and include RO membrane cleaners, scale inhibitors and antiscalants, corrosion inhibitors, biocides, de-chlorinators and flocculants. Our advanced formulations have been developed specifically for the international desalination and reverse osmosis sectors and offer significant safety, cost, environmental and operational performance benefits over traditional products.
Reverse Osmosis Membrane Scale Inhibitors & Antiscalants; The use of high performance RO membrane scale inhibitors is an essential component of any good reverse osmosis plant management programme. Reverse Osmosis Chemicals International offer a range of advanced technology RO scale inhibitors developed to deliver superior scale prevention performance, product stability across a wide pH range and excellent membrane compatibility. Reverse Osmosis Membrane Corrosion Inbibitors ;The use of an effective corrosion inhibitor is often an essential component of any good reverse osmosis plant management programme. This is because the product water from a reverse osmosis plant system invariably has a lower pH and as such is corrosive to carbon steel and other metals used in water storage and distribution systems.
RO Flocculants; It is important to carefully monitor the quality of the reverse osmosis feed water to ensure that the Silt Density Index (SDI) does not exceed the maximum specified by the membrane manufacturer. The SDI can be controlled using our flocculation aids either alone, or in combination with other products.
Reverse Osmosis Membrane Cleaners; The use of high quality membrane cleaners is an important part of any reverse osmosis plant programme. There are advantages in cleaning membranes at an early stage of fouling, as irreversible damage can occur when cleaning excessively fouled membranes.