Reverse Osmosis (RO) refers to the procedure that removes a large majority of contaminants from water by using high-pressure and a semi-permeable membrane. This technology is capable of removing up to 99%+ of the dissolved salts (ions), particles, organics, and bacteria from the feed water.
Our units meet the demand of residential, commercial and industrial requirements. They are versatile in many applications; such as residential properties, hotels, schools, restaurants, factories, farms and hospitals.
How it works
Reverse Osmosis is extremely effective in purifying water, however, it involves a multi-stage process.
Both mechanical and chemical pre-filtration is critical to effectively use a Reverse Osmosis system. This stage in the purification process is responsible for removing the particles, organics, and micro-organisms from the water that would otherwise damage the sensitive RO membrane.
After pre-filtration, the RO membrane unit filters out all impurities. It only lets through the water molecules. RO units vary in size according to their specific liter per hour (LPH) yield of clean water.
During the post-filtration process, we stabilize the pH-level, any remaining odors and coloration get removed to improve the taste and the visual appearance
of the water.
You can get a quote by sending us your water tests results.