Designed to produce low dissolved solids water from tap or well water, these Small Commercial RO systems use high efficiency reverse osmosis membranes. L-series RO systems are designed to work at pressures of 200-250 psi for higher TDS water and use TW reverse osmosis membranes. The TW RO membranes offer higher salt removal and the higher operating pressure overcomes the loss of membrane flow due to higher TDS level.
Extra low-energy reverse osmosis system (14,000 GPD) are designed to deliver high quality water at low operating costs for municipal and industrial water applications. Its high active area design coupled with the highly productive membrane allows it to operate at half the feed pressure of standard RO elements and up to 30% lower pressure compared to other low energy RO System.
RO systems are powerful systems that are capable of taking out large amounts of salt, minerals, and other contaminants from water sources such as wells, rivers, and lakes. To master this mission, the systems take use of a popular technology known as “reverse osmosis”. Reverse osmosis is ordered with the reversal of a natural process known as “osmosis”. Osmosis is ordered by nature to transport salt through a semi-permeable membrane from an area of low solute concentration to an area of higher solute concentration in order to gain an even amount of solute concentration on both sides of the membrane. Reverse osmosis combats osmosis via a pressure pump that exerts high pressure on the highly concentrated side of the semi-permeable membrane, moving only water molecules through the small pores of the membrane while salts, organics, and other contaminants are denied passage.
A commercial Reverse Osmosis system was supplied to a major company in GCC and African Countries. From its initial start-up, the machine has been working properly with minimal troubleshooting. A quality reverse osmosis machine is designed to deliver high-quality service by removing massive amounts of salt and other impurities from wells, lakes, rivers, and the ocean through a process called ‘reverse osmosis”.
If you already realize that there is a lot more to a reverse osmosis system than just reverse osmosis, then you will understand why this is the best reverse osmosis system for applications from 500 Gallons per days to 5,000 Gallons per day. The most important component of a reverse osmosis system is the pre-treatment. The chlorine and organics need to be removed and a water softener or anti-scalant system (we greatly prefer anti-scalant) has to be installed ahead of the reverse osmosis system itself.
800GPD RO System is the smallest industrial reverse osmosis system. This is our most durable reverse osmosis system with unmatched value in quality, convenience, and price. NSF-grade high-quality parts are used to build this tough system. All compact commercial RO systems are constructed of premium components, high-quality filters, and membranes to guarantee high rejection rates and output speed.