CAMI uses reverse osmosis in water treatment to remove phosphates, calcium, heavy metals and almost all polluting molecules.

Reverse osmosis is carried out with a membrane which, by means of an appropriate pressure, retains the solute on one side, preventing its passage and allowing to obtain the pure solvent on the other. The membranes used in osmosis are generally made of polyamide, chosen mainly for its water permeability and relative impermeability to various dissolved impurities and other small molecules that cannot be filtered.

These systems are equipped with automatic cleaning systems that ensure low pressure drops in the circuit and guarantee high standards of water quality. These systems are used to recycle water where this is required but also to discharge this water into the environment, having to comply with very restrictive legal parameters.

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