Puretec Industrial Water builds custom Reverse Osmosis systems designed specifically for your industrial water treatment needs.
Puretec designs and builds Industrial Reverse Osmosis systems (RO Systems) ranging in size from 1 GPM (1440 GPD) to 300 GPM (432,000 GPD) that can remove up to 99.5% of dissolved salts and virtually all colloidal and suspended matter from the most challenging feed water including municipal, brackish, and sea water applications. RO units produce a high quality water yield at a low cost compared to other purification processes.
Our Industrial Reverse Osmosis systems are custom designed specifically for your water treatment needs by an experienced team of application, mechanical and chemical engineers. Puretec builds the RO system using only high quality components that will provide reliable long-term operation. They arrive at your site hydrostatically tested and ready to produce water with complete documentation and operator training. We also provide the pretreatment equipment and chemistry required to ensure optimal performance and life span of your RO membranes. You can feel confident knowing that we have a full service support team available 24/7 to assist with any emergencies.
Puretec also offers fully self contained Reverse Osmosis systems that are built inside an ISO intermodal shipping container that has been specifically modified for water treatment applications. These units are easy to ship and are fast and inexpensive to install.
To assist our customers with an RO system we offer flexible financing designed to meet the customer's financial objectives. We also offer lease programs where we build, own and operate the system which allows you to focus on your core business while we ensure that you have an RO system that is producing a reliable source of high purity water at all times.
What is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse Osmosis / RO is a technology used to remove dissolved solids and impurities from water using a semi-permeable RO membrane which allows the passage of water but leaves the majority of dissolved solids and other contaminants behind. The RO membranes require water to be under high pressure (greater than osmotic pressure) to do this. The water that passes through the RO membrane is referred to as the "permeate" and the dissolved salts that are rejected by the RO membrane is referred to as the "concentrate". A properly run RO system can remove up to 99.5% of incoming dissolved salts and impurities.