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Reverse Osmosis Systems

Reverse Osmosis Systems

It is important for you to understand that a reverse osmosis system, whether it be tap water, a brackish water, sea water desalination or ultrafiltration; the membrane is a separator. You will have a product stream, frequently called permeate water and a waste stream often called brine water. The membrane itself does not remove contaminants. Dissolved ions and organics are concentrated in the brine stream while pure water comes out the permeate stream. Prices listed are for a reverse osmosis water filtration system only. Additional items such as uv disinfection, storage tanks, delivery pump, ozone water treatment, pre-filtration and other related water treatment supplies may be necessary to complete your installation.

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  • Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems
    BRACKISH-PRO Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems are designed for use on water sources with a TDS from 2,500 to 15,000 ppm. Brackish water systems use 316 stainless steel pumps and fittings. Competitors offer lower priced inferior systems with brass fittings or 304 stainless steel that will corrode and fail over time.

    Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems

  • Emergency RO Water Systems Emergency RO Water Systems
    Big Brand Water Filter has emergency reverse osmosis water systems available that operate on gasoline or diesel fuel. Systems are available in both 200 psi tapwater reverse osmosis configuration and 800 psi seawater desalination versions. The seawater desalination version is versatile in that it can be used for tap water, brackish water or sea water applications.

    Emergency Reverse Osmosis Water Systems

  • Tap Water Reverse Osmosis Tap Water Reverse Osmosis
    Big Brand Water Filter Tap Water Reverse Osmosis systems operate at anywhere from 100-220 psi. Newer membrane technology allows ro systems to run at lower pressures while still maintaining high rejection rates. Tap water reverse osmosis systems are for water with TDS levels below 2,500 ppm.
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