Reverse osmosis (which uses semipermeable membranes to trap contaminants) is one of the most efficient and cost-effective water treatment technologies available.  But unless your RO system is properly designed, sized and configured, it may not provide the performance you need.

Reverse Osmosis


  • Volume of purified water required
  • Feed water characteristics
  • Floorspace available
  • Materials of construction
  • Instrumentation required



  • Boiler feed water
  • Ion-exchange pretreatment
  • Rinse water
  • Food ingredient water
  • Safe drinking water



  • Manufacturing / Automotive
  • Laboratory / Universities
  • Medical / Dialysis



Do I need RO water for my application or process? It all depends on the application requirements. Sometimes RO water isn’t required, and softened or filtered water will work. Other times, RO water isn’t pure enough, and deionization must used. We can help you review what is required.

What quality water will the RO system produce? This depends on feed water quality. In general RO’s remove 95-99% of all the particulate contaminants  in feed water.

 Why are my RO membranes plugging up and fouling? You may not have proper pretreatment. Or, your pretreatment may not be functioning the way it should. Silt, hardness, and chlorine in the feed water (among other things) must be considered — and treated — before sending water to an RO system.

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