Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a system in which a membrane is used to filter out light weight molecules such as salt and hardness (have a look at the video below). This is the designed function of an RO system and any other molecules will foul the membrane. It is of utmost importance to have the adequate prefiltration to ensure the Reverse Osmosis system operates as intended.
We specialize in designing complete RO systems from prefiltration through to remineralization, ensuring that your investment operates as expected. Let us provide you with the high quality turnkey system you have been looking for.
What is reverse osmosis?
How reverse osmosis works
Read more about RO filtration
Engineered to fit
High salt rejection
250LPH Unit - R33 915 ex VAT
500LPH Unit - R40 540 ex VAT
1000LPH Unit - R64 700 ex VAT
1500LPH Unit - R82 225 ex VAT
We can design the size you need. Please note: the reverse osmosis system prices displayed are RO units only without prefiltration.
Integrate with your municipal source using our Water-to-Home controller.
Reverse Osmosis systems are often misunderstood, which can result in costly replacements. In order to correctly design a RO system we need:
A comprehensive water test of the water to be treated
The volume of clean water (permeate) required. Typically RO systems are rated in Liters Per Hour (LPH)
RO systems reject up to 99.5% of all ions in the water, resulting in a virtually pure water. This is perfect for water bottling, guaranteed drinking quality or even salt removal.
These Reverse Osmosis systems can also be referred to as Nano Filtration systems and operate with a low energy membrane. This reduces the needed osmotic pressure (ranges from 5 to 10 bar) and is suitable for fresh water, municipal water, or slightly saline applications (up to 1000 TDS).