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Need to produce gallons of uncontaminated water and a fully automatic reverse osmosis device for your institution? Well, you have knocked on the correct door. As a leading industry with vendors across India, we provide you all the services and resolve your queries in the blink of an eye. But first, you need to grasp a little information on Industrial RO System.


So, why exactly do you need it?

  • The LPH capacity varies according to the purpose and type of reverse osmosis device you are using. The maximum LPH of industrial RO purifiers is more than commercial RO purifiers.
  • The designs and specifications of Industrial RO System purifiers differ a lot from other purifiers.
  • Fully automatic service is one thing they offer which automatically saves time, makes operation a lot more handy.
  • VMS (Virtual memory service) provides an ease to the troubleshooting. Can’t beat that.


Specifications in designs:-

  1. The Actual Operating Temperature is a key feature in Industrial RO System. The AOT depends upon the property of the flux rate of water. Cold water moves slower than hot water. The ideal temperature for an industrial RO mainly is 77°F. If the temperature of water drops to unexpected levels, especially in winter seasons, the output may drop lower than the specifications.
  2. Chlorination is required during treatment of municipal wastewater but in the case of reverse osmosis devices, high chlorine levels will lead to deterioration of membrane life. So they specifically dechlorinate the water before passing it further through the main chambers.
  3. Salt Rejection Rate — A better performing Industrial RO System must flush out all the contaminants and give a higher salt rejection output. It should range upto almost 97-98%. Higher the salt rejection rate, the better the functioning of the RO purifier.
  4. Recovery Rate – It specifies the ratio of freshwater recovered from the overall contaminated water. If the recovery rate is below the expected mark, the industry would suffer a lot of water wastage. The normal recovery rate should range between 50-80% in case of industrial RO.


FEATURES TO CHECK BEFORE BUYING INDUSTRIAL RO SYSTEM:-

  • LPH value must fit on the parameters of your purpose.
  • TDS check- Check the mentioned TDS on the product. Most brands specify it beforehand and for those who don’t, you must enquire before buying. It ultimately determines the quality of water you’d be consuming.
  • Affordability and availability– Any RO brand connects with not just one particular site, the price range must be considered before clicking that buy button. Oh! that reminds me, do check out our service section, I promise, you will be happy to see the offers.
  • Actual Operating Temperature– of the product. Southern hemispheric region, can’t process it’s industrial work at higher operating temperature purifier. You would need to consider your climatic zones beforehand.
  • Designs of an Industrial RO vary according to your specifications. Climate, availability of raw water, source of raw water and the amount you need per day. Consult before buying. Again, this reminds me of the Contact Us section on our website. Yup! We resolve queries and deliver information and services too.

Types of Industrial RO Systems –

  1. Raw Water Treatment Systems➡ Raw water is the water obtained from direct sources such as ponds, lakes, groundwater, river etc. Now considering the amount of TDS and other contaminants present, it’s been purified and put to specific purposes. It might be used for cleaning, mopping and other industrial usage. If it’s fit for drinking, the same purpose can be fulfilled from it.
  2. Boiler-feed water treatment systems ➡ This one mainly aims at protecting the boiler and also to control the acidity & conductivity of water. It works by removing harmful impurities.
  3. Cooling water treatment systems ➡ functions on the process of evaporation. The evaporated water leaves the suspended particles and impurities behind. You get uncontaminated water in the end.
  4. Wastewater treatment systems➡ Industries treat their wastewater before flushing them out.


The process involves several steps like aeration, grit removal, sedimentation, etc. You don’t need to dig deeper into the concept right now.


From the Team:-


RO services only aim to deliver the best services. Vendors, technicians, and the brands, collectively work together keeping that motto in mind. For any kind of query or service, kindly contact us.

Some industrial processes, notably in the semiconductor and pharmaceutical industries, need large amounts of very pure water. In semiconductor manufacturing, deionized water is used as a cleaning agent. In these situations, feedwater is first processed into purified water and then further processed to produce ultrapure water.

Another class of ultrapure water used for pharmaceutical industries is called Water-For-Inject (W FI), typically generated by multiple distillations or compressed-vaporation processes of DI water or RO-DI water. It has a tighter bacteria requirement of 10 CFU per 100 mL, instead of the 100 CFU per mL per USP. Thus you need them, so for any enquiry call us at +91 95881 00469 

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