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Reverse Osmosis (RO) Systems

10 to 150 Liters/Hour Capacity

Features & Benefits
  • Fully automatic operation.
  • Bench, shelf or wall-mount the system cabinet at no extra cost.
  • System automatically shuts off when RO storage tank is full, or if incoming water pressure is lost.
  • Automatic water saver closes water inlet valve when system shuts off.
  • Flow totalizer monitors water usage for activated carbon prefilter cartridge replacement.
  • Digital conductivity meter continuously monitors RO water quality.
  • Product and reject flowmeters monitor and control system's flow rates.
  • Pressurized storage tank eliminates level controls and transfer pump.
  • TFC (thin film composite) RO cartridges offer high performance and long life.
  • 2 year warranty (US & Canada only).
  • Made in the USA.
Product Availability
AQUA SOLUTIONS Reverse Osmosis Systems are available in 10, 20, 30, 60, 100 and 150 LPH (Liters per hour) configurations. They are uniquely designed for ease of installation, operation and maintenance. The compact design saves space, and can be bench, shelf or wall-mounted.

10 Liter/hour RO systems are also available as built-in RO pretreatment on AQUA SOLUTIONS Compact, Combination Type I RO+DI Systems. Request Brochure No: RODI-C
Applications
Reverse Osmosis can be used to pretreat tap water prior to final purification by a Type I or Type II DI system. RO removes up to 99% of the contaminants in tap water, which can reduce the operating cost of the DI system by more than 90%. RO pretreatment system should be considered under the following circumstances:
  • Incoming tap water contains more than 170 parts per million of total dissolved solids, or
  • Usage exceeds 20 Liters per day on a Type I DI system, or
  • Usage exceeds 40 Liters per day on a Type II DI system.
There are two criteria to consider when determining if an RO pretreatment system is either required, or can be justified, based on cost savings:
  1. Can the DI system alone, running on tap water, produce the desired quality and quantity of purified water for the applications at hand? If not, an RO pretreatment system is required.
  2. Would it cost more overall (including capital and operating costs over 2-3 years), to process the tap water via DI alone, or with a combination of RO plus DI? If DI alone costs more, an RO system is justified.
Selecting the right RO system is a matter of determining the total RO water usage requirements during the actual work day, and choosing the system that produces that amount of RO purified water over a 24 hour period. The RO system is designed to run 24 hours/day if necessary, and includes a pressurized tank to store water for later usage. Thus, if the total daily usage occurs over less than a 24 hour period, enough storage capacity should be included to cover the difference between water usage over this period, and the system's actual output over this period.