Reverse Osmosis Training Basics are covered in the second volume of the Encyclopedia.

Reverse Osmosis Training Basics

Volume II. RO Training Basics

28 Topics w/ Text and Audio

28 Quiz Questions

18 Concept Graphics/Photos

51 Animations/Videos

10 Interactive Simulation Exercise

32 Page Printable Text Manual


Flat Sheet Membrane

Tubular Membrane

Hollow Fiber Configuration

Spiral Wound Configuration

Spiral Element Operation

Pressure Vessels/Housings

End Caps and Thrust Rings



RO System Staging

RO System Valving

Two-Pass RO

Centrifugal Pumps

Piston Pumps

RO Installation

RO Variables and Instruments

Permeate Recovery

Permeate Flux

Min Element Concentrate Flow

Concentrate Recycle

Valve Adjustments

Startup and Shutdown

Replacing O-rings

Replacing Spiral Elements


Scale Formation

Membrane Deterioration - PA

Membrane Deterioration - CA

Reverse Osmosis Training  Principals - College Course Description

Reverse Osmosis Principals develops an understanding of the components and issues involved in an operational RO system. It covers the issues involved in the mechanical configuration of an RO membrane system. It applies design variables, discusses monitoring variables, and demonstrates how to adjust variables in a working RO system. It also illustrates some of the important RO maintenance functions, as well as some critical RO performance concerns.

Volume II. RO Basics Single User CD-ROM only

$189.00 plus shipping and sales tax (if within Minnesota)

Order this Volume now by credit card by clicking the appropriate option below.  For multiple CD orders or to order multiple user versions, call CEA at 952-471-0017, or download an order form and fax/mail it to CEA (Fax: 952-471-9261).  Download Order Form

For a certifiable version of the RO Basics CD that includes extra practice questions, topic objectives and definitions, and a final exam, order the Collegiate Edition.

 Volume II. RO Basics training CD-ROM, Standard Edition $189.00 (USD)

 Volume II. RO Basics training CD-ROM, Collegiate Edition $240.00 (USD)

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