Reverse Osmosis & EDI



The Industrial Reverse Osmosis Systems are engineered to economically produce high-purity water by removal of dissolved minerals, bacteria, particles, and organic impurities. Each RO machine is constructed using the highest quality components and materials for reliable operation and exceptional performance. Our standard machines are available with product water outputs from 25-200 GPM (36,000-288,000 GPD). Contact the factory for larger flow rate requirements.
We also offer a wide variety of machine options, pre/post-treatment equipment, distribution pumps, and integrated controls for a complete water treatment system. Our specialty is skid-mounted, pre-piped, and pre-wired equipment allowing for quick installation and start-up time. Other types of membrane technology are also available including two-pass, cellulose acetate (CA), nanofiltration (NF), and ultrafiltration (UF) for custom applications. Our engineers are ready to work with you to design a system that meets your water treatment requirements.
The following are just a few of the industrial applications that benefit from the use of reverse osmosis water:

  • Sterilization Cervices Departments in Hospitals
  • Boiler Feedwater Small Municipalities
  • Chemical Manufacturing
  • Electronics Manufacturing
  • Metal Plating 
  • Finishing Ink
  • Dye Production
  • Ice-Making Food
  • Beverage Production
  • Bottled Water Deionizer Pre-Treatment

High-capacity, precision-controlled, and designed for reliability. With digital monitoring, advanced technology, and quality components, it ensures top-quality pure water for critical medical applications. Trust in excellence.

CE-certified, eco-friendly, and precision-controlled for patient safety. Unparalleled features, including water savings, temperature control, automatic disinfection, and constant pressure assurance, make it a trusted choice in medical settings.

Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a well-known process which has been under continuous development since the 1950s. The technology, by means of membranes and high pressure, is commonly applied to convert seawater into freshwater, removing the salt and other effluent materials from the water molecules.

Reach out to us and join the movement toward a greener and more prosperous tomorrow. Let’s work together to create smart facilities that leave a positive legacy for future generations. Together, we can turn dreams into reality and make a profound difference.