Reverse osmosis filtration systems utilize the natural movement of molecules in a liquid or gas called osmosis to filter water and remove the many impurities and dissolved substances that it contains. By applying pressure higher than the osmotic pressure occurring between two liquids of different solute concentrations on either side of a semi-permeable membrane, the movement of water molecules from the lower to the higher concentrated solution is reversed. Water diffuses through the semi-permeable membrane and thereby almost all solutes are left behind.
We offer a broad range of filtration systems that use reverse osmosis technology to provide water for aquariums and fish tanks, land, field and park irrigation, drinking water production and the food and chemical industry in general. Liquid Logic RO-Technology is highly cost-effective and efficient. Depending on the feed water our systems are able to remove up to 99% of impurities including asbestos, arsenic, calcium, chloride, copper, fluoride, iron, lead, magnesium, nitrate/nitrite, pesticides, sodium and sulfate. Therefore they are our primary choice when providing water filtration to our customers.
If you want to have more information about our reverse osmosis appliances and/or would like to talk to a member of our sales team, get in contact with us and arrange an appointment for a no-obligation consultation interview.
Water softeners don’t filter water in the traditional sense, they reduce water hardness by removing dissolved minerals, first and foremost calcium carbonate, and exchanging them with other minerals such as potassium and sodium. Our softeners help to reduce scaling in the inside of industrial plant pipes, industrial machinery, air-water-systems and much more. Especially modern food production plants are going to last much longer and require less maintenance, if one of our water softeners is integrated into the system.
If you want to have your water tested for hardness, get in contact with one of our sales representatives here.
Individual consultations, plant site visits, cost calculations, inspection and maintenance of water treatment systems, legal advice, logistics and expanding business relationships are just some of the services we provide.
If you want to expand your production site, we do the planning and project execution from start to finish.
Every water company is obliged to measure a very wide variety of chemical and microbiological parameters in drinking water. There are numerical values attached to each one, >200ppm being for chemical and <10ppm being for microbiological pollutants. These values indicate what is considered to be safe and pure water, ready for human consumption.
The parameters are most important when it comes to the overall quality of drinking water. Their examination is usually based on bacteria culturing methods. This way, Liquid Logic has been able to extend the knowledge about the presence of any possible microbiological threats or processes that can occur during the production and transport of drinking water.
There are numerous ways to check the microbial population in drinking water, but the best way is the direct cell count. Drinking water sources, treatment and distribution are the main influencers that have a huge impact on the biological and chemical composition of the drinking water that further directly affects the quality of it. It is quite possible to control and predict the changes in biological and chemical stability and quality of drinking water by controlling the changes in water treatment processes.
It is important to focus on generating fingerprints or barcodes of the microbial population that is present in the water based on next generation sequencing. This can help us to determine the effect of disturbances on the fingerprint and examine and characterize the indicator or organisms in order to develop a precise monitoring method that will help us to control the water quality during the treatment process.
The advantages of genomic methods
Genomic based monitoring provides the most accurate, cost effective and real time data about the quality and chemical and biological content of drinking water. It has been proven that genomic methods can yield much faster and more accurate results from monitoring than other methods can. Results are also far more reliable and easier for taxonomic identification and more precise for the assessment of the environmental status of drinking water.
Genomic methods can usually very easily be integrated into monitoring programs that already exist and help to determine values such as DNA barcoding, metagenetics, transcriptomics or metagenomics. Molecular technologies are compared to traditional monitoring systems and set the standard for future methods and technologies.
The sustainable use of drinking water has to go hand in hand with the conservation of our ecosystems and the maintenance of them. Hence, the importance of water quality monitoring. What is harmful to us is also harmful to the environment and polluted waters are the greatest threat we have to face, which is why the use of genomics is critical for analyzing our biological systems.