Reverse osmosis scale inhibitor is a reverse osmosis scale inhibitor used to prevent reverse osmosis membrane scaling. It can improve water production and quality and reduce system operation cost. However, reverse osmosis scale inhibitors are also divided into acid and alkali. What is the difference between the acid and alkali of reverse osmosis scale inhibitors?
The main function of reverse osmosis scale inhibitor is to protect the membrane of reverse osmosis system from scaling and corrosion, so as to prolong the service life of the membrane. However, for reverse osmosis scale inhibitor manufacturers, different raw materials used in reverse osmosis scale inhibitor production will lead to different pH of water treatment agent, resulting in acidity and alkalinity.
Reverse osmosis scale inhibitor is mainly acidic, and alkaline scale inhibitor is a product. The difference between the two lies in the different types of raw water. Acid is generally used for groundwater, tap water, well water, etc. Alkaline is generally used in surface water, seawater desalination, rivers, lakes, etc.
The acid application of reverse osmosis scale inhibitor is more extensive, because the dirt is also divided into acid and alkaline in the treatment process, but there may be more alkaline dirt. Therefore, the frequent use of acid reverse osmosis scale inhibitor can effectively use the principle of neutralization reaction to remove dirt and adjust pH value.
Whether acidic or alkaline, the function of reverse osmosis scale inhibitor is the same. After dissolving in water, it is adsorbed on the microcrystalline of inorganic salt to increase the repulsion between particles, hinder coalescence and make it in a good dispersion state, so as to prevent or reduce the formation of scale.
Reverse osmosis scale inhibitors are generally acidic and a few are alkaline. The main difference is that the purpose is different, but the function is the same. It can prevent scaling on the membrane surface and improve the water production and water production quality of the system.