Reverse Osmosis Plant Facility

The Reverse Osmosis Plant installed in the college caters to the drinking water needs of all the Students, Teachers, supporting Staff and the Visitors.

The raw water with an average Total Dissolved Solids [TDS] of 750-1000 ppm is treated to reduce the TDS content to less than 100 ppm the generally acceptable upper limit of the TDS

Three stages in Reverse Osmosis Plant

  • Stage 1: Pretreatment
  • Stage 2: Passage of the water through 6 RO membrane filters held in parallel to each other[main process].
  • Stage 3: Post treatment

The maximum capacity of the plant is 1500 litres per hour [at the rate of 250 lit per membrane]. The utilized capacity is 1000 lit/hr potable water. This water is Pure, Tasty and Hygienic rendering it highly suitable for human consumption.

The rejects water from the plant is used for gardening and washing purposes.

Three stages in Reverse Osmosis Plant

This plant not only facilitates the supply of safe drinking water but also obviates the otherwise involved huge expenditure for procuring drinking water for the large number of people in the campus.

Now the institution can be liberal in the provision of our own made RO water.