The RODI Systems IMS integrated membrane water recycling system is a high-performance wastewater treatment system designed to treat challenging waste streams such as oily wastewater or waste streams containg large amounts of suspended solids. It can provide purified effluent suitable for discharge or reuse. The RODI IMS is suitable for treating waste streams from a number of applications including:
State-of-the-Art Technology — All RODI IMS systems feature state-of-art technology. The initial treatment step is comprised of tubular ultrafiltration (UF) membrane elements capable of removing emulsified oils and suspended solids down to 0.02 microns. The second step of the integrated process utilizes reverse osmosis to further remove dissolved organic and inorganic compounds producing an effluent suitable for reuse or discharge.
|Treatment Method||Tubular ultrafiltration alone or ultrafiltration followed by reverse osmosis.|
|Capacity||500 to 5 million gallons per day.|
|Construction||Skid-mounted on steel skid or totally contained inside an intermodal shipping container.|
|Controls and Instrumentation||Totally automatic PLC-based control system with graphic operator interface. Full complement of electronic sensors including pressure and flow.|
|Available Options||Insulation and Climate Control (Containerized Version), Additional Monitoring Instrumentation, Inlet Screening Unit, Second Pass RO, Brine Concentrating RO, Remote Monitoring|