The reverse osmosis market has significantly risen in demand for freshwater production due to an ever-increasing world population. Furthermore, expanding industries such as seawater desalination and brackish water purification, augmented with strict regulations, as a result of safe drinking water needs, are anticipated to propel the market. Additionally, rising infrastructure development and rapid industrialization have engendered issues regarding water pollution, which increases demands for water treatment systems manufacturers to engineer new and advanced solutions. Nevertheless, impeding factors such as high costs of membrane production are projected to hamper the industry’s growth for the foreseeable future. Regardless, the continued development of cutting-edge membrane technology will drive down energy consumption rates and costs, thereby becoming suitable products amongst consumers.
Seawater RO Systems (SWRO)
Seawater reverse osmosis systems are manufactured to diminish the high concentrations of salt found in the ocean’s water by more than 99%. The purification process of SWRO systems works by applying a great amount of pressure to the feed water as it passes through the membranes, which filters out virtually all impurities, including minerals, salt, bacteria, viruses, and other pollutants. The two primary components within SWRO systems are semi-permeable RO membranes and high-pressure feed pump. These components constitute the foundation of any seawater reverse osmosis system and require close attention to ensure a successful operation.
SWRO systems for industrial applications are results-driven and include extended lifespan and enhanced membrane performance, extended energy conservation, sustained operation, consistent performance, and membrane cleaning without hazardous chemical usage. Commercial applications require smaller-scale SWRO systems to produce safe and potable drinking water that meets stringent health and safety standards. These plants produce millions of gallons of fresh water per day to an immense number of people around the world.
Industrial SWRO Systems (SWI)
8,000 to 660,000 GPD at a maximum feed water TDS of 42,000 ppm
Commercial SWRO Systems (SWC)
380 GPD to 10,000 GPD at a maximum feed water TDS of 42,000 ppm
Brackish RO Systems (BWRO)
Brackish water is labeled as water that contains higher levels of total dissolved solids (TDS) than tap water, but lower salt levels than seawater, and generally comes from underground water sources. The contaminants in brackish water make it unsuitable to utilize in several applications.
200,000 to 900,000 GPD. This series can handle water with TDS up to 10,000 ppm
28,000 to 173,000 GPD. This series can handle water with TDS up to 10,000 ppm
13,000 to 32,000 GPD. This series can handle water with TDS up to 5,000 ppm
600 to 18,000 GPD. This series can handle water with TDS up to 5,000 ppm
Pure Aqua, Inc.
Santa Ana, CA – USA
Phone: +1 (714) 432-9996 | Toll Free: 1 (844) 309-7501