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    NEWater: Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter Manufacturer in China

    NEWater improves every year when it comes to the production and models of our offered RO membrane filter. We are very confident to deal with your water treatment products at a competitive price. We are sure you will be satisfied with the excellent performance of this filter. Including it in your running business, contributes to the increase of your sales and customers. NEWater can fully support your requirement for a reverse osmosis membrane filter depending on the applications of your projects.

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    Water Maker Membranes

    Our reverse osmosis membranes are budget-friendly. They can last around 3 years.

    Industrial Water Filter

    These industrial water filters from us are manufactured for personal requirements as well as on a large-scale basis. These are ideal for various industries.

    Commercial Reverse Osmosis System

    The commercial reverse osmosis systems are highly functional. Besides, these are ideal for chemical, pharmaceutical, and other industries.

    Industrial Sand Filter

    These sand filters use sand filtration technology to push water from top to bottom with high pressure. When water is passed through sand, it is freed of solid particles.

    UF Filter

    These are ideal for eradicating odor and pathogens from the water. Besides, these are known for a low-cost operating system.

    Your RO Membrane Filter Supplier in China

    We employ a high-tech system where water under pressure is filtered using reverse osmosis. We have a team of highly trained staff who can manufacture water filtration equipment according to your specific requirements. The reverse osmosis membrane consists of microscopic pores that remove pathogens and organic content, making the water fit for drinking.

    NEWater has multiple patents and certifications to prove the authenticity of our products. We have also been recognized for our environmental protection initiative, easing the strain on freshwater bodies anywhere in the world. We also have a 3A contract credit rating emphasizing the quality of our products. We are always committed to achieving the goal of desalinating and filtering freshwater resources.

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    Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter Product Description

    Product Description

    Our system, it uses cutting-edge film-making technology and automatic film rolling technology to ensure the element’s long-term stability, and it’s become a popular choice among makers of household water dispenser equipment and local inhabitants. The injection-molded parts are smooth and free of visible defects such as burrs, deformation, shrinkage, and so on; their surfaces are the same color and luster, and there are no visible speckles. The parts’ dimensions are consistent with the drawings or samples. The filter media is firmly fixed inside the filter element and does not loosen or fall off.


    • The extreme backwash is possible thanks to superior fiber strength and double-potting conditions
    • pH 1-13 and 5,000 ppm NaClO are tolerated by Solvay PVDF and TIPS membranes providing a high flux recovery rate as well as an extended service life
    • Isotropic removal of particles, colloids, bacteria, and viruses is excellent downstream equipment is protected by microporous strands
    • Proprietary permanent hydrophilic-modified fibers ensure exceptional performance permeability
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    Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter Applications


    1. In the electronics industry, the creation of pure water and ultrapure water for monocrystalline silicon semiconductor integrated circuit blocks, kinescopes, glass bulbs, and liquid crystal displays.
    2. To produce softened water and desalinated pure water for medium and low-pressure boiler feed water in factories and mines for thermal and thermal power generation boilers.
    3. Pure drinking water, distilled water, natural water, mineral water, mineralized water, liquor blending pure water for brewing in the beverage sector, beer saccharification feed water, and pure draft beer filtration, among other things

    NEWater Mission:Bring New Life for Water

    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.

    Production workshop

    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.

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    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.

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    Seawater Desalination System data sheet


    NEWater – Your Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter Source in China

    NEWater is your successful provider of any models of an RO membrane filter in China. We only provide you with valuable reverse osmosis membrane filters, reverse osmosis membrane filter replacements, reverse osmosis membrane filter housing, and reverse osmosis membrane filter cartridges.

    Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter

    These reverse osmosis membrane filters act to block pollutants and allow water molecules to flow through. Removes pollutants and toxins from unfiltered water.

    We deliver high-quality operations in a cost-effective manner. Our  membrane filters are engineered with precise functionality. We have inspected every part of the reverse osmosis membrane filter so that you can get a finished product that you are satisfied with.


    The Ultimate FAQ Guide to Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter

    For ages, reverse osmosis technology has been extensively applied to counteract the steadily growing freshwater scarcity across the world. Consequently, the increase in the use of water treatment systems has reduced the number of people with limited access to fresh water. Owing to technological breakthroughs in the recent past, water treatment has evolved into a considerably cost-efficient affair. The following article details the application of reverse osmosis membrane filters in water treatment.

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    What is a Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter?

    A reverse osmosis membrane filter is a semipermeable membrane deployed in water treatment applications to alienate dissolved solids and other undesired constituents from water. The alienation process employed is known as reverse osmosis and is initiated by pressure which counteracts the ordinary osmotic flow.

    RO membrane filters are extremely effective, explaining their preference over other water filtration systems. Customarily, an RO membrane filter will eradicate up to 99.7% of dissolved solids hence they are broadly applied in saltwater desalination. They are versatile and can be used with other complementary technologies to improve the permeate quality.

    What are the Advantages of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter?

    The utilization of reverse osmosis membrane filters continually grows courtesy of their cost-efficiency and high productivity. They are essentially high-rejection membranes capable of eliminating vast amounts of varying contaminants. Comparatively, they stand out from other water treatment systems and serve distinct application fields. Here are additional benefits reaped from the deployment of RO membrane filters.

    • Exemplary salt removal rates (up to 99.7%).
    • They are inexpensive to maintain and operate.
    • The RO membranes are highly durable.
    • They can treat varying sources of feed water.

    Where are Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters Commonly Applied?

    Water scarcity has distinct sectors exploring alternative freshwater sources. The diversity of reverse osmosis membrane filters makes them feasible solutions for most industrial, commercial, and personal product water applications.

    Additionally, they are available in varying sizes and capacity ranges, which makes them suitable for distinct application scales. Reverse osmosis is also a viable treatment solution for distinct forms of raw water. The following list depicts industries that have continually exploited RO membrane filters.

    What are the Basic Features of Reverse Osmosis(RO) Membrane Filters?

    Characteristically, reverse osmosis membrane filters are semi-permeable membranes with microscopic pores (0.0001 microns). Thanks to these microscopic perforations, they are able to alienate dissolved solids with a molecular weight of 150-250 Daltons. Their working principle is based on pressure and the end product is often high-quality permeate.

    They are customarily made of composite membranes which appear as flat sheets. More specifically, the RO membranes are made of a collection tube covered by a permeable polysulfone layer wound and an active polyamide layer. This makes them high rejection membranes with scores of up to 99.7%.

    Figure 2 The Composition of a reverse osmosis membrane filter.

    How do Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters Work?

    Reverse osmosis(RO)membrane filters are essentially pressure-driven filters utilizing reverse osmosis technology to eradicate or massively shrink TDS levels in raw water. First, the feed water is preconditioned using multimedia filters, sediment or carbon filters, and a chemical dosing system. This eradicates suspended solids, particulates, and volatile chemicals which could potentially harm the reverse osmosis membrane.

    Consequently, the preconditioned water is then forcefully pumped through the RO membranes promoting alienation. The pressure is often sourced from an integrated high-pressure pump and it serves to counteract the customary osmotic flow. In the end, a stream of filtered water is generated (permeate) and collected as potable water. The ejected dissolved solids are emitted as brine. The following video explanation summarizes the operation of RO membrane filters.

    What are the Distinct Types of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    Figure 3 Commercial reverse osmosis membrane filter system.

    The classification of reverse osmosis(RO) membrane filters is chiefly based on their application scope and configuration. The varying types of RO membrane filters work best under different circumstances and their specialization is often based on the source of imminent feed water. Here are our popular RO membrane filters.

    Seawater reverse osmosis membrane filters.

    These systems are particularly employed in seawater filtration systems. They remove 95-99% of the dissolved salts from seawater and typically have TDS levels of 35,000 ppm. For highly salty seawater, RO membrane filters with a maximum TDS level of 45,000 ppm are employed.

    Brackish water reverses osmosis membrane filters.

    Brackish water RO systems utilize RO membrane filters with relatively lower TDS levels (2000ppm-15,000ppm). In addition to eliminating dissolved salts, they also remove microbial pathogens, metals, and organic chemicals.

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    Which Pre-Treatment Processes are Used in Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    Quite often, feed water harbors suspended particulates, volatile metals, and chemicals that could clog the RO membrane filter or corrode the equipment. Therein, reverse osmosis systems are often endowed with a pretreatment system to proactively avert premature damages. Often, conventional filters such as sediment, sand, and multimedia filters are utilized to remove the suspended matter.

    Iron filters are also utilized to reduce iron concentrations while ion-exchange resins are tasked with eliminating water hardness. A chemical dosing system is also a commonly utilized technology in RO water treatment. The primary role of chemical dosing is to eradicate corrosive metals and organic chemicals.

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    What is the Size of a Reverse Osmosis Membrane Pore?

    There are varying membrane-based filters currently being exploited in water treatment. The primary difference is often the size of the membrane pores. Reverse osmosis membranes have microscopic perforations characteristically measuring 0.0001 microns.

    These perforations facilitate their high rejection rates when it comes to dissolved solids. Other membrane filters like ultrafiltration filters have relatively larger pores hence their application mainly involves the removal of suspended solids.

    Figure 4 8 inch RO membrane filter.

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    How Much Does Treating Water Using RO Membrane Filters Cost?

    Contemporary technologies employed in manufacturing reverse osmosis membranes have fundamentally lessened the production cost of purified water. The cumulative costs of producing product water using reverse osmosis entail numerous variables such as:

    • Equipment costs.
    • Energy consumption.
    • Installation and labor.
    • Maintenance and asset depreciation.

    All these variables are inconsistent resulting in varying production costs. The composition of the feed water massively impacts the product cost with more saline water accruing more operational costs. Nonetheless, the total cost of producing purified water using reverse osmosis totals $3 to $4 per 1000 gallons.

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    Which Considerations Should I Ponder When Buying an RO Membrane Filter?

    Reverse osmosis membrane filters are generally specialized to suit distinct potable water applications. As such, prospective buyers need to be well-informed before buying RO membrane filters. Underneath, we have compiled key factors to aid first-time purchasers in their purchase process.

    What is your feedwater type?

    Reverse osmosis membrane filters are primarily classified based on their fittingness to specified feed waters. Determining the configuration and concentration of your feed water will lead you into choosing a fitting RO membrane filter.

    What quality of potable water do you desire?

    Your specified application will definitely command a certain grade of product water. Your purchase should therefore prove it can meet the set standards. This will also help in determining the appropriate post-treatment mechanism.

    What is your desired flow rate?

    The flow rate stipulates the amount of product water your RO membrane filter will generate at the end of the day. Informing your manufacturer of your desired flow rate will ensure your equipment meets its productivity targets.

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    What is the Contaminant Rejection Rate of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    The general contaminant removal rate of reverse osmosis membrane filters is excellent. Their principal strength lies in their salt removal score which can be as high as 99.7%. Moreover, they have satisfactory removal rates when it comes to eradicating bacteria, fungi, and microorganisms. The high removal rates of RO membrane filters are sustained across varying types and concentrations of feed water.

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    Do Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters Treat Seawater?

    A significant number of seawater desalination systems currently in use rely on reverse osmosis membrane filters. Specialized seawater RO systems augment the conversion of seawater into usable product water without commanding significant production costs.

    Owing to the saline nature of seawater, these membrane filters have comparatively higher TDS tolerance levels (up to 45,000 ppm). However, desalinating seawater using reverse osmosis demands high pressure which increases the power consumption costs.

    Figure 5 Seawater reverse osmosis membrane filters.

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    How Much Energy is Consumed by Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    Reverse osmosis membrane filters are pressure-driven and they often source the necessitated pressure from high-pressure pumps. This calls for a dependable power source that can be renewable or non-renewable. In recent years, manufacturers have come up with energy-efficient RO membranes and energy recovery units that have massively lessened the power consumption of RO systems.

    However, power consumption in RO membrane filters hinges on the feed water concentration, flow rate, and production capacity. The treatment of seawater for instance consumes 3kWh/m3 -6.6kWh/m3. Brackish water desalination on the other hand is relatively energy efficient.

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    What is the Flow Rate of RO Membrane Filters?

    The flow rate in reverse osmosis water treatment systems is chiefly categorized as feedwater flow rate, permeate flow rate and concentrate flow rate. Ideally, the RO membranes are endowed with varying flow rates based on their application scale.

    Industrial reverse osmosis membranes for instance, typically have higher flow rates compared to commercial RO membranes. At NEWater we manufacture RO machines with custom flow rates of 380GPD to 660,000GPD. In addition, we provide customized equipment with personalized flow rates.

    Figure 6 100 GPD RO membrane filters.

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    Which Post-Treatment Technologies are Used to Condition RO Permeate?

    The filtered stream of water generated by reverse osmosis membrane filters does not always meet the quality standards of all potable water applications. Therein a tertiary water treatment process is employed to elevate the permeate quality.

    RO permeate post-treatment is primarily employed where ultra-purified water is necessitated. These applications include pharmaceutical water production, food processing, and laboratory water purification.  Beneath are common conditioning technologies employed in RO permeate post-treatment.

    • Electrodeionization.
    • Ultraviolet sterilization.
    • Ion exchange.

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    Are There Customized Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    NEWater provides tailor-made RO membrane filters on an order basis to perfectly suit your exclusive application. Our specialists base the customizations on your feed water concentration, your country’s power supply options, your desired flow rate, and the product water demands of your application. We also customize the designs of our RO systems to your liking. For instance, we provide containerized and skid-mounted reverse osmosis machines.

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    Do You Manufacture Portable Reverse Osmosis Systems?

    NEWater’s extensive array of reverse osmosis units includes mobile RO systems that are essentially turnkey. The construction and assembling of our portable RO systems are done in our facilities.

    Consequently, these systems are easily transported and do not require installation. Popular uses of portable RO systems include construction sites, households, boat water desalination, and emergency response.

    Figure 7 Portable reverse osmosis system.

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    What are the Possible Challenges of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    Reverse osmosis membrane filters are arguably the most advanced water filtration equipment. However, their resulting benefits are accompanied by a few setbacks which are considered insignificant. Our engineers are continually working to nullify these setbacks and in turn, improve contemporary RO membrane filters. Beneath are the main challenges faced in the application of reverse osmosis membrane filters.

    • The brine emitted is a potential threat to the ecosystem.
    • The energy consumption especially in seawater desalination is comparatively high.
    • They do not eradicate all pollutants e.g. dissolved gasses.

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    Can RO Membrane Filters Treat Drinking Water?

    Reverse osmosis drinking water systems are technically dependent on reverse osmosis membrane filters. They produce fresh drinking water from distinct sources of feed water by shrinking the TDS levels to conventional levels. Customarily, they produce permeate with TDS levels of 1000ppm and below.

    Additionally, they incorporate carbon filters which eradicate unpleasant tastes and odors. If the mineral levels fall below the required levels, remineralization is employed as a post-treatment mechanism. The World Health Organization (WHO) for instance recommends 10 mg/L and 30 mg/L of magnesium and calcium respectively.

    Figure 8 Reverse osmosis membrane pressure vessel.

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    Where Should I Buy Spare Components for Reverse Osmosis Equipment?

    NEWater’s operational scope entails manufacturing and supplying comprehensive water treatment systems and related components. We are essentially an all-inclusive store guaranteeing you unlimited access to first-rate reverse osmosis equipment and custom repair accessories. To supplement our independently manufactured components, we outsource top-notch parts from proven manufacturers.

    We have a simplified website from where you can read more about our spare components, make quotation inquiries and contact our specialists. NEWater provides technical advice at no charge and our prices are customer-conscious. Place your order and NEWater will promptly deliver it to your doorstep.

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    What is the Lifespan of a Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter?

    A typical RO membrane filter guarantees a minimum of 2-3 years if appropriately maintained. Our RO membrane elements are outsourced from accredited and renowned producers like Dupont. To guarantee quality and reliability, we have a quality assurance department that subjects the RO membrane filters to rigorous testing.

    Periodic cleaning is necessitated and this is attainable using our first-grade membrane cleaning systems. Having a fitting pretreatment unit i.e. a pressure sand filter proactively mitigates untimely damage by averting membrane clogging. Generally, reverse osmosis membrane filters guarantee the continuous and heavy water treatment.

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    Which Impurities Does a Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter Eliminate?

    Reverse osmosis membrane filters are like no other water treatment filters. Their miniature pores make them effective filtration mediums for distinct raw water sources and allow them to eradicate finer constituents. Their salt removal rate often ranges from 95-99% and they are also effective in removing a range of other water pollutants.

    Their removal rates vary depending on the nature of the respective contaminants. The integration of complementary technologies like Electrodeionization however elevates the impurity rejection scores of RO membrane filters. Beneath are pollutants eradicated by RO membranes.

    • Dissolved solids (TDS).
    • Microbial pathogens like viruses and bacteria.
    • Organic chemicals like arsenic.
    • Metals.
    • Microplastics and proteins.

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    Which Pollutants are Not Eradicated by RO Membrane Filters?

    Just like all other water treatment equipment, reverse osmosis membrane filters are limited in the variety of contaminants they can remove from raw water. For this reason, post-treatment processes are enforced. Dissolved gasses like CO2 tend to increase the pH levels of water and this lowers the permeate quality. Since RO membrane filters are incapable of capturing these gasses, electrodeionization is employed.

    The removal rate of microbial pathogens is also insufficient thereby obliging the deployment of ultraviolet sterilizers. The inability of RO membrane filters to eliminate ionic pollutants is remedied using ion-exchange systems.

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    How are RO Membrane Filters Different from Multi-Media Filters?

    Despite being massively significant tools in water treatment applications, reverse osmosis membrane filters and multi-media filters differ tremendously. Their composition differs given that RO membrane filters are made of thin sheets of composite membranes while multi-media filters are made of varying layers of anthracite, sand, and gravel.

    The strength of reverse osmosis membrane filters lies in their impeccable removal rates when it comes to dissolved solids whereas multi-media filters are excellently effective in removing suspended solids. Therein, multi-media filters are frequently employed in RO systems’ pretreatment.

    Figure 9 Multi-media filter.

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    What is the Warranty Duration of Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    Warranty policies and validity are stipulated by the manufacturers hence most products have distinct warranty durations. NEWater’s warranty protection scheme covers all our water treatment systems and components. It is valid for 12 months after you have made your purchase.

    Essentially, our warranty policy seeks to provide immediate assistance to our esteemed clients in case their RO membrane filters mechanically malfunction. We offer warranty cards that stipulate the occasions under which our warranty policy stands and when it does not. For instance, human-induced hitches are not liable for warranty protection.

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    Is Solar Energy Applicable in RO Membrane Filters?

    Solar energy is not only applicable in reverse osmosis systems, it is one of the renewable energy sources recommended for use in water treatment systems. NEWater manufactures solar desalination systems accommodative of numerous feed water sources and application fields.

    Typically, the deployment of solar energy in reverse osmosis processes is indirect. That is, it involves two separate units. The comprehensive solar unit consists of solar collectors, photovoltaics, batteries (optional), and an integrated reverse osmosis unit.

    The energy collected by the solar collectors is turned into electrical power, which subsequently powers the high-pressure pumps. Solar RO systems are considerably cheaper given that solar energy is freely available.

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    Where Should I Buy Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    Credible and customer-centered manufacturers and suppliers of water treatment systems are presently hard to come by. However, NEWater is an accredited manufacturer committed to fulfilling the commercial, industrial and personal demand for water treatment equipment. We source our reverse osmosis membrane filters from reputable manufacturers like Dupont.

    Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter

    We take pride in the quality of our reverse osmosis systems and our prices are constantly competitive. Our developers innovatively manufacture customized and standard RO equipment for numerous application fields. In addition, we integrate energy recovery devices into our reverse osmosis systems and this augments cost efficiency.

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    How Do You Ensure Safety When Transporting RO Membrane Filters?

    To facilitate the safe and punctual delivery of your products, NEWater works with renowned courier service providers. Primarily, we exploit conventional transportation modes (air, sea, road, and rail).

    This permits us to make deliveries globally in over 200 countries. The filters are well-packaged and positioned to avert damage during transportation. Additionally, we prioritize time, and our turnaround time for RO membrane filters averages 3-7 days.

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    Do You Have Industrial Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters?

    Our diverse line of water treatment systems includes premium industrial RO systems. These systems are fitted with our first-rate industrial reverse osmosis membrane filters exclusively endowed with high rejection rates and flow rates. They provide exemplary product water suitable for varying industrial uses.

    Industrial reverse osmosis membrane filters are customarily used in high-volume RO systems and can process up to 900,000 GPD. You can order a standard or customized RO membrane filter from NEWater and enjoy exclusive discounts and after-sale services.

    Figure 10 Industrial reverse osmosis membrane filters.

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    Do You Have Commercial RO Membrane Filters?

    For the past 2 decades, NEWater has manufactured thousands of commercial water treatment systems including commercial RO membrane filters. Our range of commercial RO membrane filters have distinct capacity ranges hence they cover both small-scale and large-scale commercial entities.

    Their range of applications entails household water treatment, water bottling, car washing, restaurant, and hospital water treatment. Moreover, we have commercial RO membrane filters specialized to treat distinct water sources (seawater, brackish water, tap water, and well water). Choose NEWater’s RO membrane filters and enjoy impeccable water treatment services for years.

    Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter

    NEWater is your stable manufacturer of any design but in an appropriate operation of reverse osmosis membrane filters. We are willing to spend time giving you more details about the operation and features of our introduced reverse osmosis membrane filters.

    We are responsible for providing reliable and well-functioned reverse osmosis membrane filters. We make sure that all its capacities are applied to our manufactured reverse osmosis membrane filters. Let us know your choice and we will handle it immediately.

    Feel free to contact us!

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