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- Healthiest drinking water devoid of harmful bacteria, minerals, and more
- Ensures longevity of domestic and commercial appliances
NEWater: Leading Manufacturer of RO DI Water System Worldwide
NEWater can be your most trusted expert in reverse osmosis DI water systems. Our mission is to provide optimal and customized solutions for projects of different sizes and requirements. Our team works relentlessly to assure each customer of the quality and efficiency of our products. At the same time, our fast, economical, and user-friendly design ensures easy maintenance. You can always contact us to have an advanced RO DI water system.
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NEWater produces and manufactures portable RO DI systems that are lightweight, easy to carry, and well suited for travel purposes and off-site laboratory work.
Do you need a water purification system that can remove almost all the ions from the water? Trust our home RO DI systems to do the task for you. We can customize these systems according to your requirements.
Our RO DI filtration systems are able to handle water treatment problems in various industries with a low cost investment.
Our small RO DI systems are versatile can they are suitable for various application fields. They come with ion exchange resins for making the water free of harmful ions.
These water purifiers can reach a desalination rate of 98%, for almost completely getting rid of harmful minerals in the water and producing water that can be consumed directly.
The deionized water machines from NEWater are engineered with diverse types of resins. So they can eliminate the traces of ions from the water.
NEWater reverse osmosis water purification systems use an advanced reverse osmosis process that uses low energy and produces consistently high quality water.
NEWater has its own factory in China, where our reverse osmosis water filters are manufactured and supplied under strict quality control, and these units have been exported to more than 20 countries.
Our deionized water system uses the principle of reverse osmosis to effectively remove all kinds of salts and impurities from water, and the recovery rate can reach 60%.
Your Best Reverse Osmosis DI Water System Manufacturer
Intelligent design and flexible solutions are at the heart of NEWater’s best RO DI water systems. With full industry insight and experience, we further understand the importance of circulating water that is free from salt and other harmful elements. In addition, we are ISO 9001:2015 certified and are known for the impeccable quality of all the products we offer.
NEWater RO deionized systems are ideal for industries such as pharmaceutical, metallurgical, food, printing, dyeing, electromechanical, and research laboratories. In addition, we offer a one-year guarantee on the quality of our products, as well as a home delivery service.
Customizes Your RO DI Water System
Design standard: Water quality is better than GN-T114461-2013 electronic grade water and GB/T6682-2008 national water standard.
3D model design: 3D modeling installation, according to customer site conditions 1:1 detailed effect, show in advance. Comprehensive protection of customer needs.
Integrated design: modular design, more compact structure, easier to operate and maintain.
One-to-one customization: fully understand the customer’s requirements on product specifications, product technology, system configuration, etc., and customize the design.
NEWater RO Technology
NEWater’s reverse osmosis membrane filtration principle uses economical, advanced reverse osmosis membrane technology. The filtration accuracy is 0.000 lumens. The salt removal rate can reach 99%, effectively removing all harmful impurities in water, such as sand, colloid, rust, sand, bacteria, virus, scale, and heavy metals.
Our reverse osmosis membranes can be used for up to 3 years, which greatly reduces the investment cost of post-maintenance.
NEWater RO DI Water System Advantages
- Pre-treatment parts can be made of glass fiber or stainless steel.
- The equipment is compact, easy to install, and can be customized for skid-mounted or containerized.
- Equipped with manual and automatic control according to users’ needs.
- Adopt advanced and mature reverse osmosis technology, with stable water production, high efficiency, and low cost.
- Manufactured according to ISO and SGS standards, and the main parts fittings have been CE certified.
- 3 times quality inspection before leaving the factory, the last one is personally tested by our engineers and well debugged.
- Professional team, quality, experience, and after-sales service, the turnkey project to save more time and effort for you.
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NEWater has an independent large-scale production workshop, which is convenient for the control and supervision of product production quality. Strictly abide by production standards and provide detailed guarantees for all projects.
NEWater establishes SOP standardized operation process and strictly implements the work process. The professional project installation team, implement 5S on-site management. Equipped with standard safety facilities, investigating access conditions, and short construction time.
The safe transportation process does not have to worry about product damage and extends the construction period. NEWater has provided system equipment to thousands of companies around the world, which guarantees absolute product transportation.
How Long does the General Production Cycle Need to Wait?
NEWater’s treatment types of equipment are divided into a large system and a small system according to the water volume. The equipment is divided into portable water-making equipment, small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container-type equipment. According to different water volumes and customer requirements, we provide customized services.
Conventional small equipment takes 3-7 days, and large equipment takes 2-3 months. This is based on your requirements and water volume.
If I Need to Customize Equipment, What Data Need to be Provided?
- As the voltage and frequency of different countries are different, we first need the local voltage and frequency of electricity.
- How many gallons the water requirement per hour is
- The water quality of the source water and what requirements need to be met
- If you need to provide on-site installation services
Does the Equipment Need to be Installed On-site?
- Portable and small equipment — This is plug and play, it doesn’t need to be provided installation services. According to our instructions, you can install by yourself.
- Small modular equipment, skid-mounted equipment, and container equipment-we will reserve the interface for docking. If there are installation workers, we will provide installation instructions and installation instructions. If necessary, we can also send someone to install it.
- How to provide installation instructions —— We have installation instructions and installation videos. If necessary, we can provide free remote software to help you with remote video installation instructions.
How to Charge for Installation Service？
- We provide free installation instructions, with instruction manuals and installation videos
- Remote video installation guidance. If it is a large piece of equipment and the customer needs to install it by himself, then we will also provide free remote installation guidance service, but we need to plan a good time, within our working hours. Our working hours are from 9 o’clock to 18 o’clock Beijing time
- We send workers to install it. This needs to be based on the size of the project. If we have been designated to install it in the early stage, the installation service abroad will belong to our scope of work, and no additional charge is required.
- If we need to send someone to install it temporarily, we need to provide different charges according to different countries, installation technical requirements, and different types of technical work. Welcome to inquire.
How to Transport the Equipment?
There are several types of transportation, sea, air, and express
- If it is a small device and requires fast speed, we can provide door-to-door service by air and express, the normal transportation cycle is 5-10 days.
- If it is skid-mounted or container equipment, it is more appropriate to use the shipping method. The normal transportation cycle is 20-40 days.
What’s Your Payment Method?
Small equipment needs payment to delivery
For skid-mounted equipment and container equipment, 50% is prepaid, 30% is charged after video inspection, and 20% is charged before shipment.
Of course, we provide you with flexible ways of cooperation. Become our agents, and have more flexible support. Welcome to contact us.
Do You Provide Maintenance Services?
- NEWater provides free installation guidance and a one-year product warranty service. During the warranty service period, if there is an equipment problem, we provide free equipment repair or replacement services. If it is a manual operation, a fee will be charged. We can provide the required equipment replacement.
- We provide life-long after-sales service. NEWater has a full set of equipment and accessories, which can be replaced. Don’t worry about the failure of after-sales and maintenance.
- During the warranty period, NEWater provides all kinds of professional technical support, and if necessary. We also provide remote video guidance services.
- After the warranty period, NEWater also provides life-long after-sales maintenance, which requires a certain amount of manual service. There are also many matching accessories that can be replaced, so there is no need to worry about the later operation of the equipment.
Do You Provide Design Services?
Yes, we do.
For conventional small equipment, NEWater has standardized equipment. For large-scale skid-mounted and container equipment, we can design a process that meets the needs according to different water quality requirements.
At the same time, we carry out three-dimensional drawing designs according to different requirements and then communicate with customers to confirm.
After the design confirmation is completed, we then proceed to custom processing. So you don’t have to worry about our design and production capacity. We will provide you with the most professional technical support.
The Best Reverse Osmosis DI Water System from NEWater
NEWater Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems is powerful, and they can ensure the presence of no TDS or total dissolved solids in the drinking water. Therefore, our RODI systems are perfect for industries and sites where the supplied raw water is heavily polluted.
Our RO DI systems are manufactured using state-of-the-art technology that enables each of the components to function effectively. Once the supply water enters the reverse osmosis DI water systems, it will pass through various purification processes.
At first, the water will be purified by the sediment filter by removing big particles and debris. Then, the water passes through the carbon filter which will make the water free of chlorine and other dissolved pollutants. Afterward, the water has to go through the RO membrane which can remove around 98% of the contaminants from the water.
Each of our Reverse Osmosis DI Water units further has two different lines for product water and wastewater. The wastewater can be used for watering plants, washing cars, and other activities. However, the product water will once again flow through deionization or DI cartridge to exclude any traces of impurity from the water.
So, if you need a powerful RO DI water system, call us or send us a mail without delay!
The Ultimate FAQ Guide for Reverse Osmosis DI Water System
The complexity of modern industrial and commercial processes such as pharmaceutical manufacturing necessitates highly purified water. To attain the demanded purity levels, hybrid water treatment systems are necessitated to treat the existing water sources such as tap water or groundwater.
Reverse osmosis DI water systems are contemporary systems developed to generate ultra-pure water for sophisticated industrial and commercial applications. In this article, we will provide answers to the most frequently asked questions on RO DI water systems.
- What is a Reverse Osmosis DI Water System?
- What are the Advantages of RO DI Water Systems?
- How Does Reverse Osmosis Function?
- How Does Water Deionization Work?
- What are the Application Fields for Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- Which Pollutants do RO DI Water Systems Eradicate?
- What Quality of Water is Produced by Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- How Much Does Water Treatment Using Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units Cost?
- Can You Remineralize Water Produce by Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- Which Pretreatment Systems Work Best With Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units?
- What is the Primary Composition of RO DI Water Systems?
- What is the Average Capacity of Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- Can Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Supply Drinking Water?
- What is the Difference Between Reverse Osmosis Water and Deionized Water?
- Are Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units Suitable for Laboratory Water Treatment?
- Can You Post-Treat Water Generated by a Reverse Osmosis DI Water System?
- Do You Customize Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- Can Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units Treat Seawater?
- What is the Energy Consumption of Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- Can You Containerize Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- Do You Manufacture RO DI Water Systems for Industries?
- Which After-Sale Services Do You Offer to Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Buyers?
- What Payment Terms Apply to Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- Do You Provide Skid-mounted RO DI Water Systems?
- Where Can I Buy Custom-Repair Accessories for Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
- Do You Provide 0n-Site Installation Services for Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units?
- Do You Ship Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units Abroad?
- How Long Do Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Last?
- How Should I Maintain my Reverse Osmosis DI Water System?
- Who is the Best RO DI Water Systems Manufacturer?
➣What is a Reverse Osmosis DI Water System?
A reverse osmosis DI water system is a hybrid water treatment system made of an elaborate reverse osmosis system integrated with a deionized water system. RO DI water systems are essentially employed to tremendously shrink the TDS concentration of feed water consequently producing high-purity water.
Ordinarily, reverse osmosis DI water systems will generate Type I or ultra-pure water while a standalone reverse osmosis system will produce Type III water. This is because the RO/DI water system utilizes the strengths of both RO and deionization water systems.
➣What are the Advantages of Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
Reverse osmosis deionized water systems are complex systems greatly revered by their users because of their diverse rewards. Primarily, they generate vast amounts of high-purity water economically.
Their reliance on two effective water treatment technologies equips them with impeccable purification rates. They generally shrink TDS levels to almost zero ultimately supplying Type I or II purified water. Here are the additional rewards of using reverse osmosis DI water systems.
- They are energy efficient.
- Their diversity in capacity range permits their use in distinct sectors.
- They are environmentally friendly.
➣How Does Reverse Osmosis Function?
Since its discovery, the utilization of reverse osmosis in water treatment applications has exponentially mushroomed. Reverse osmosis is a simple yet very effective water treatment process that lessens TDS concentrations. Underneath, we are going to discuss the processes employed by reverse osmosis systems.
Virtually all reverse osmosis systems have an integrated pretreatment chamber. Sediment filters deployed in the pretreatment unit eliminate the dust particles and suspended matter present in the feed water. A chemical dosing system might also be employed to condition the water’s pH and chemical composition.
The functioning of reverse osmosis hinges on the application of pressure to counteract the customary osmotic pressure. The high-pressure forces the feed water to trickle from the high-concentration stream through the partially porous membranes to the permeate side (lowly concentrated side). The impurities are trapped by the membrane perforations and blocked on the retentate side.
➣How Does Water Deionization Work?
Water deionization or demineralization is the process enforced to get rid of ionic contaminants from raw water. The process is undertaken in DI exchange tanks, which harbor anionic and cationic exchange resins. Deionization is achieved using either two-bed deionization systems or mixed-bed deionizer systems.
In two-bed deionizers, the cationic and anionic exchange resins are separately housed in distinct vessels. The water is first passed through the cationic exchange resin where the cationic pollutants are substituted for hydrogen ions (H+). Consequently, the water is driven through the anionic exchange resin whereby the anionic impurities are swapped for hydroxyl ions (-OH).
Mixed-bed deionizers have both the anionic and cationic exchange resins intimately blended under one pressure vessel. The cationic and anionic impurities are exchanged for hydrogen and hydroxyl ions simultaneously. The following video explains fully the deionization process.
➣What are the Application Fields for RO DI Water Systems?
High-purity water is a basic necessity for most manufacturing industries and with the tremendous growth of industrialization in the 21st century, the demand for reverse osmosis DI water systems has immensely proliferated.
Their application fields are also not constrained to industrial applications given that they are viable solutions for home water and commercial water treatment applications. Underneath, we highlight some of the most popular application fields for reverse osmosis DI water units.
●Final rinsing in car washes.
➣Which Pollutants do Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Eradicate?
The integration of a reverse osmosis system and a water deionizer system is primarily intended to elevate the impurity removal rates and the range of pollutants eradicated. Reverse osmosis DI water systems are essentially two-in-one water treatment solutions with immaculate effectiveness hence their deployment in water purification applications.
Typically, RO/DI water systems eradicate water TDS levels by 90-99.9%. They eliminate objectionable impurities such as dissolved salts, bacteria, pathogens, viruses, organic chemicals, proteins, and metals. The DI system makes certain no charged impurities survive the treatment process.
➣What Quality of Water is Produced by Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units?
Running reverse osmosis and water deionization processes simultaneously is a simple way of generating high purity water. Deionization only removes charged elements and with a reverse osmosis system initially deployed, microorganisms and non-ionic elements are effectively eliminated.
Therein, reverse osmosis DI water systems guarantee a continuous supply of high purity water (Type I or II). The electrical conductivity of the harvested product water is essentially very low while its resistivity is comparatively high.
➣How Much Does Water Treatment Using RO DI Water Systems Cost?
Generating purified water using a reverse osmosis system prior to deploying a water deionization unit has proven to be much cheaper. Both processes have over time become cost-efficient owing to breakthroughs in membrane configuration and manufacturing processes. The reverse osmosis DI water treatment equipment has additionally become more affordable.
The production costs, which majorly entail installation charges, human labor, maintenance, and energy consumption have also dipped making the technology quite inexpensive. Whereas, the cost of deionizing water using standalone deionizer machines often amounts to $0.3-$0.5 per gallon, the integration of an RO system shrinks the production cost to 1-3 cents.
➣Can You Remineralize Water Produced by Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
Deionized water is essentially purified water lacking minerals and certain applications such as human consumption may demand mineralized water. As such, controlled amounts of desired minerals can be injected into the deionized water to generate healthy drinking water. According to the WHO, healthy drinking water should harbor key minerals like calcium and magnesium at 30 mg/L and 10 mg/L concentrations respectively.
➣Which Pretreatment Systems Work Best With Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units?
The fragility of reverse osmosis membranes necessitates the deployment of appropriate pretreatment systems to precondition the respective feed water. Commonly, sediment filters, which can be multimedia filters or pressure sand filters are exploited to get rid of the colloidal particles that could potentially clog the membrane perforations.
Activated carbon pre-filters are also commonly used to eradicate chlorine and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), which can corrode or have a scaling effect on the equipment. A chemical dosing system can also be employed to regulate the chemical composition of the feed water.
➣What is the Primary Composition of Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
A typical RO DI water system comprises two integrated water treatment systems, a reverse osmosis system, and a water deionizer unit. Here is a breakdown of the primary components that make up a reverse osmosis DI water plant.
Typically, a pretreatment system may consist of one or more water treatment units. Sediment filters, carbon filters, and chemical dosing systems are the commonly utilized water pretreatment systems.
RO membrane system.
These are high-rejection RO membrane filters, with characteristically microscopic pores which seize dissolved solids and only permit pure solvents to pass.
DI exchange tanks.
The DI exchange tanks house the cationic and anionic exchange resins. The replacement of the objectionable ionic contaminants is carried out in the ion exchange resins. Ordinarily, there are cationic exchange resins, which harbor positive ions (hydrogen H+), and anionic exchange resins which harbor negative ions (hydroxyl –OH).
➣What is the Average Capacity of Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units?
Due to the diversity in application scales of reverse osmosis DI water systems, we manufacture our systems with varying capacity ranges. For industrial applications, we manufacture reverse osmosis systems with capacities ranging from 380 GPD to 660,000 GPD.
Our commercial RO DI water systems have capacities ranging from 40K to 800K Grains. Such diversity in daily capacity ranges ensures all application scales are well catered for. Lastly, NEWater takes custom orders and manufactures RO/DI water systems with personalized capacity ranges.
➣Can Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Supply Drinking Water?
Yes. The range of contaminants removed by RO DI water systems is greater than the range eliminated by standalone reverse osmosis systems or water deionizer systems. Having an RO/DI water system as your primary drinking water system guarantees up to 99.9% eradication of dissolved solids, microorganisms, metals, and organic chemicals among other objectionable pollutants.
However, the end product is typically deionized water, whose mineral concentration is practically non-existent. As such, appropriate remineralization is enforced at 30 mg/L for calcium and 10 mg/L for magnesium.
➣What is the Difference Between Reverse Osmosis Water and Deionized Water?
Reverse osmosis water is characteristically Type III water whereas deionized water can be classified as Type II water. The electrical conductivity of deionized water is relatively low while reverse osmosis permeate has a higher electrical conductivity. In addition, the RO permeate has a lower concentration of microbes whereas deionized water may harbor substantial amounts of viruses and bacteria.
➣Are Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Suitable for Laboratory Water Treatment?
Laboratories and pharmaceutical manufacturing industries are some of the biggest consumers of reverse osmosis deionized water systems. The purified deionized water generated by RO/DI water systems generally takes up the composition of the solution they are added into.
This makes it the perfect solvent for laboratory experimentations and glassware washdowns because it leaves no spots. With deionized water, contamination chances during experimentation are greatly minimized. Order your laboratory water purification system from NEWater and enjoy high output, low-cost maintenance, and prolonged lifespans.
➣Can You Post-Treat Water Generate by a Reverse Osmosis DI Water Unit?
The deionized water harvested from a reverse osmosis DI water system can be appropriately conditioned to perfectly suit the imminent application. Due to the zero mineral content, remineralization is a popular post-treatment technology deployed to condition drinking water.
Where the integrated DI water system is a two-bed deionizer, a mixed-bed deionizer, or an electrodeionization water unit can be used to polish the deionized water. The resulting product water harvested after polishing is characteristically ultra-pure water or Type I water.
➣Do You Customize Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
Through customization, NEWater has managed to consistently gratify the dissimilar needs of our multinational clientele for years. We manufacture personalized reverse osmosis DI water systems fine-tuned to the exclusive demands of specific applications. Our developers exploit three-dimensional computer design tools to guarantee precision in developing customized RO/DI water systems.
The information needed to guide our engineers in developing a customized RO DI water system includes the type of feed water, the desired purified water grade, production projections, and the specifications of the imminent application. Contact our engineers for consultations or order placement of customized RO/DI water systems.
➣Can RO DI Water Systems Treat Seawater?
In seawater treatment, the deployment of a reverse osmosis DI water system is considered the perfect combination. This is because the combination facilitates the optimum removal of dissolved salts from seawater.
Seawater desalination systems have risen in demand owing to the mushrooming populations in coastal regions and the consequent deprivation of freshwater reservoirs. The characteristically high TDS levels of seawater(35,000-45,000ppm) are shrunk to approximately 600ppm or lower.
➣What is the Energy Consumption of Reverse Osmosis Deionized Water Systems?
The power consumption in reverse osmosis DI water systems is chiefly accounted for by the reverse osmosis unit. However, a reverse osmosis/ electrodeionization water system will have a higher energy consumption rate given that the electrodeionization process is electrically driven.
The energy needed to run the RO/DI water system however differs significantly depending on the composition and concentration of the feed water. A reverse osmosis DI water unit desalinating seawater will probably consume 3kWh/m3 to 6.6kWh/m3. Treatment of a similar amount of tap water or brackish water will significantly consume less energy.
➣Can You Containerize Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
Containerized reverse osmosis systems have become prominent in recent years owing to their compactness, safety, and centralized operations. NEWater’s containerized reverse osmosis DI water systems are essentially mounted on standard 10ft, 20ft, or 40ft metal containers. This tremendously augments transportability and makes operations easier.
These systems are viable solutions for temporary water applications as well as centralized applications. For exclusivity, we manufacture our containerized RO/DI water systems on an order basis.
➣Do You Manufacture RO DI Water Systems for Industries?
NEWater’s primary market niche is the provision of industrial water treatment equipment. We offer industrial reverse osmosis DI water systems for industrial water purification at competitive market prices. These systems typically have high capacities, and flow rates and can generate huge amounts of purified water continuously.
Our industrial reverse osmosis deionized water systems are available as skid-mounted, containerized, or modular equipment. In addition to our extensive line of standard RO/DI water systems, we also manufacture custom-made RO/DI water systems.
➣Which After-Sale Services Do You Offer to RO DI Water Systems Buyers?
The exponential growth in NEWater’s stature and prominence as a water treatment systems manufacturer has been facilitated by our impeccable customer services. We offer numerous services to our clients before and after they purchase reverse osmosis DI water systems from us. Beneath, we will list all our after-sale services designed to elevate your user experience and appreciate your loyalty to NEWater.
- Door-to-door delivery services.
- 24/7 customer support.
- One-year warranty protection.
- Technical consultations.
- On-site installation.
➣What Payment Terms Apply to Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units?
Make payments for your reverse osmosis deionized water systems without stressing too much. NEWater has flexible payment terms that entail optional full payments and structured partial payments. For enormous RO/DI water systems, which characteristically command higher prices, you are allowed to make installment payments.
These payments must include a 50% prepayment, a 30% installment post-video inspection, and a final clearance before the RO/DI is released for shipment. Payments for orthodoxly small reverse osmosis DI water systems are needed in full prior to shipment.
➣Do You Provide Skid-mounted Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
Housing RO DI water systems in metal frames are an effective way of elevating movability and safety. Our RO/DI skids are essentially fitted onto frames made of stainless steel or titanium.
These skids are highly resistant to corrosion and are extremely long-lasting. Skid-mounted reverse osmosis DI water systems are ideal for pharmaceuticals, laboratories, and other purified water applications. Reach out to us for the best deals on reverse osmosis DI water treatment skids.
➣Where Can I Buy Custom-Repair Accessories for Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems?
How about shopping for all your water treatment systems and accessories from one shop? NEWater is a renowned manufacturer of comprehensive water treatment components with elaborate delivery routes transcending the entire globe.
Using our first-rate manufacturing facilities, we produce premium components such as pressure gauges, high-pressure pumps, RO membrane housings, and DI exchange tanks. By practicing utmost precision, we manufacture custom repair components feasible with RO/DI water systems.
➣Do You Provide 0n-Site Installation Services for Reverse Osmosis DI Water Units?
NEWater’s unit of proficient technicians will provide free installation services on large reverse osmosis DI water systems we have been contracted to construct at the installation site. In cases where you request our experts to carry out the installation process, the charges will be negotiated based on the prevailing wage rates.
Moreover, not all RO DI water systems necessitate professional installation services. You can easily install your system by adhering to the installation procedure stipulated in our installation manual. Alternatively, you can request remote assistance via video calls or pre-recorded tutorials.
➣Do You Ship Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Abroad?
It is our duty to make certain your RO DI water system order gets to your pick-up point irrespective of the geographical boundaries. We provide door-to-door delivery services in over 200 countries.
Our primary shipment modes include sea and air shipment, and road and rail transport. The shipment of smaller RO/DI water systems is particularly fast averaging 3-7 days when shipped using air transport. The delivery duration of larger systems is comparatively longer, frequently averaging 2-3 months.
➣How Long Do Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Last?
The average lifespan of typical reverse osmosis DI water systems spans 15-20 years. However, specific components like the reverse osmosis membrane and the ion exchange resin will necessitate periodic replacements. Ordinary RO membranes have an average lifespan of 3 years and for continued high productivity, substitution is mandatory.
The attainment of the optimum lifecycle of your RO DI water system is dependent upon the maintenance services you give. Membrane cleaning and ion exchange resin regeneration are vital routines that will significantly prolong your system’s lifespan.
➣How Should I Maintain My Reverse Osmosis DI Water Unit?
Proper maintenance of a reverse osmosis DI water system commences with the employment of an appropriate pretreatment chamber. This can include sediment filters and carbon filters to eradicate suspended particulates and chlorine respectively. Pretreatment nullifies threats such as corrosion, scaling, and membrane clogging.
Secondly, system cleansing is a crucial practice that must be undertaken routinely to avert the excessive buildup of objectionable substances. This is often done using backwashing and for the RO membrane, a membrane cleaning system can be utilized. Finally, membrane replacement due to burnout should be done every once in three years.
➣Who is the Best Reverse Osmosis DI Water Systems Manufacturer?
The primary attributes synonymous with leading manufacturers of water treatment systems include accreditation, experience, and high-quality products. NEWater bears all the aforementioned traits and is ISO 9001:2015 certified. We have a multinational client base of well over 3000 and we have made over 9000 sales in the past 2 decades.
Our RO DI water systems are precisely developed to guarantee impeccable outputs and offer cost-efficiency. We manufacture standard and customized reverse osmosis DI water systems and our prices are consistently customer-friendly. Do not hesitate to order your RO/DI system from NEWater for the best prices and after-sales services.