Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis (RO) is the industry standard process for water purification and is an extremely effective, economical means of producing filtered water whatever your requirements may be.

RO is a cost effective, safe way to purify your water; seen by low operating costs, no chemicals being involved and minimal maintenance once installed.

RO systems force water through a semi-permeable membrane to remove dissolved ions, larger particles and any undesirable molecules that can be found in your water supply.
Reverse osmosis effectiveness is due to its filtering capabilities rated at 0.0001µ. Contaminants removed by the RO process include both dissolved ions and metal ions, such as, sodium, chloride, copper, calcium, magnesium, nitrate, fluoride, lead, potassium, nitrate, sulphate and many more.

RO system sizes vary enormously, from an under sink domestic RO giving around 200 litres per day up to large industrial units which will supply over 10,000 litres/hour.