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We offer the best reverse osmosis water systems for pure water acquisition. We tailor our filters to your business applications, considering size, flow, and configuration needs. Whether it’s for houses, laboratories, coffee shops, greenhouses, restaurants, hotels, food and beverage processing plants, industrial processing companies, or cannabis farms – NEWater has you covered.

Why RO? Advanced reverse osmosis technology eliminates more than 1,000 harmful contaminants, including bacteria, viruses, chromium, mercury, fluoride, lead, chlorine, iron, and other dissolved chemicals and sediments from your tap and well water. Not only does it make water cleaner, but it’s also safe, and RO water tastes better than bottled water. If you’re considering an RO unit, contact us for an economical water treatment solution today.

NEWater Provides YouA Range of Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration Systems

Commercial Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System

Capacity ranging from 200 to 20,000+ gallons per day, suitable for coffee shops, restaurants, hotels, guesthouses, and resorts.

Industrial Reverse Osmosis System

Large-capacity plants for filtering brackish water, tap water, seawater, and industrial wastewater.

Whole House Reverse Osmosis System with UV Light

Customized for local water quality conditions, effectively removing odor, color, chlorine, salt, or sediment from your tap water.

3-Stage Under Sink RO Drinking Water Filter System

Space-saving design perfect for most kitchen sinks, customizable to your dimensional needs.

Reverse Osmosis System for Home

Uses sediment, activated carbon, RO water membrane, and post-taste filter. With a 2-year warranty.

5-Stage RO Water Filtration System

NSF Certified, removes up to 99%, with a 2:1 drainage ratio for water savings of up to 600%.

Tankless Premium RO Water Systems

Compact design, no water storage tank. Highest contaminant rejection with efficient water savings.

Whole House Reverse Osmosis System

Ultraviolet sterilization combined with RO technology to eliminate harmful dissolved chemicals in your well water.

60 TPD Desalination Plant

Ranges from small to large capacity units, easy to install and operate. Automated systems, skid-mounted and containerized designs.

RO + EDI System for Laboratory

Efficient RO and EDI technology for high-quality ultrapure water. Get high-quality, affordable type1, type2, and rype3 water in 1 minute.

Portable Solar Reverse Osmosis Unit

Solves power supply issues, suitable for remote areas, outdoor activities, and emergency rescue.

RO Membrane

High-quality commercial RO membrane with a high desalination rate, good mechanical strength, and long service life.

Reverse Osmosis Water Filter with Supreme Quality

Our water filters are simple, organized, and installation-free. Our engineers provide compact RO system solutions and easy installation based on your reserved space. The system is highly flexible, and equipped with a UV sterilizer to ensure your water is pure and pollution-free.

NEWater’s reverse osmosis water system removes 99.9% of all contaminants while remineralizing alkaline water. Enjoy healthy mineral water directly from the dedicated tap in real-time. Additionally, we offer high-volume commercial water softeners of various capacities to provide high-quality softened water.

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What Is A Reverse Osmosis System?

A reverse osmosis system is a water filtration mechanism that drives water via a penetrable membrane by exerting pressure thereby getting rid of contaminants. Through reverse osmosis, we can turn untreated water fit for human consumption without incurring astronomical costs.

In a reverse osmosis system, water from a brine tank flows to a less concentrated tank thereby resulting in a permeate or fresh and uncontaminated water fit for drinking. The principle behind reverse osmosis systems is osmosis, which entails the movement of molecules from high-concentration grounds to low-concentration grounds.

What Contaminants Do Reverse Osmosis Systems Get Rid Of?

Reverse osmosis technology effectively removes dissolved solids, chemicals and impurities from water, such as:

● Dissolvable salt ions;
● Heavy metals;
● Chlorine;
● Fluoride;
● Suspended matter;
● Viruses;
● Chemicals such as pesticides;
● Bacteria;
● Microorganisms.

What Contaminants Do Reverse Osmosis Systems Get Rid Of
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How to Install a Reverse Osmosis System?

Installation of large-scale reverse osmosis systems, which are more sophisticated, may necessitate the need for a technician. We have a professional RO system installation unit ready to help you install your RO system. First and foremost, you need your source water tested to determine the membrane and filters to be installed. This requires an expert highly proficient in laboratory technology.

Some RO system installations such as home-based reverse osmosis systems are achievable without an expert’s aid. Alternatively, you can hire a plumber to help you install your home-based reverse osmosis system. NEWater provides installation services to local RO system buyers and also provides detailed user manuals to our international customer base.

Does Reverse Osmosis Water Drinkable?

Using reverse osmosis technology, we can remove unwanted impurities, salts, chemicals, etc. from the water supply, resulting in extremely clean water suitable for human consumption. The efficiency of water produced by the RO system is as high as 99.7%. RO water is cleaner and safer than water filtered by ordinary distillers.

However, it is worth noting that during the reverse osmosis process, some essential minerals such as calcium and magnesium ions are also removed, so the reverse osmosis water becomes odorless. Moreover, reverse osmosis technology cannot remove odors from water, and some bacteria cannot be removed either.

What Impurities Can Be Removed by Deionization

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

Reverse Osmosis Systems Manufacturer

NEWater, is your certificated reverse osmosis systems manufacturer and supplier in China. We manufacture reliable reverse osmosis water systems at an affordable cost. Reverse osmosis systems are a fast sample service for every industry.

We take pride in continually embracing and upholding ethical standards in all aspects of our business undertakings, including design, build, and service delivery. You can contact us by sending your inquiry and choosing the most suitable Reverse Osmosis Systems solution.

NEWater- Reverse Osmosis Systems Manufacturer in China

NEWater is your number one reverse osmosis systems manufacturer and supplier in China. We produce and provide reverse osmosis water systems globally. And also NEWater is the most reliable and trusted RO Systems manufacturer.

Our reverse osmosis systems are manufactured with a high-quality and durable osmosis system. We are using reliable materials for our reverse osmosis systems.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

Reverse osmosis system filter is effective water purification and treatment of the main process in the preparation of pure water is an indispensable process.

Using reverse osmosis technology for desalination, the reverse osmosis membrane was only 0.001-micron pore size, which can be harmful to remove dissolved solids and bacteria, viruses, etc. No need to add any chemicals, stable pure water quality and no pollution drained, low production cost.

With national standards RO water systems are to produce pure water, the host section contains the security filter, high-pressure pump and RO membrane, and security filters for the fourth grade and above pre-treatment systems.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

A high-pressure pump is the host of one of the core equipment for the reverse osmosis membrane elements to provide sufficient pressure to overcome the penetration resistance to pressure and run to meet the needs of a device to achieve the rated water.

We manufactured and supply it with a truly reverse osmosis systems product that can make you satisfied with the bottle’s shape and size every that you want. The reverse osmosis systems of the NEWater are also made from unique materials.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

We can help you to provide your RO systems with a 100% reliable product. NEWater has full control of the processes from incoming all materials that we use, assembling, and machining.

If you are searching for professional, reliable, and customer-friendly services for reverse osmosis systems and filtration partners? Our services are your ultimate ideal choice.

We have a large selection of reverse osmosis systems in China. All Customers’ requirements are all we should do.

Everything you need about RO systems is in NEWater. So what are you waiting for? Contact us now. For your reverse osmosis systems desire. We are friendly to accommodate your inquiries.

HOT FAQ

FAQs:

Reverse osmosis systems are revered globally for their unmatched effectiveness in eradicating unwanted pollutants from water. With decreasing costs and elevating productivity, RO as a water purification methodology is slowly replacing distillers in industrial and commercial applications.

This article is meant to further your background and understanding of reverse osmosis technology in the alienation of dissolved salts and impurities from water.

Pros and Cons of Reverse Osmosis System

Reverse osmosis systems are widely used in residential, industrial or commercial applications due to their high salt rejection rate. From providing incredible purification percentages to eliminating bad odors and tastes, reverse osmosis systems are a reliable water purification system.

Here are some of the advantages of reverse osmosis systems:

  • The system is affordable;
  • Maintenance costs are relatively cheap;
  • The desalination rate can be as high as 98%;
  • Automated system, no complicated operations required;
  • Water output is stable. High quality and good taste;
  • Easy to install and maintain, takes up little space;
  • No chemicals, environmentally friendly.

Although a reverse osmosis system has many fascinating advantages, it also comes with various minor disadvantages. However, it is unthinkable to think that the limitations of a reverse osmosis system outweigh its rewards. Here are some of the disadvantages associated with applying a reverse osmosis system:

  • The recovery rate is low and a lot of water is wasted.
  • Reverse osmosis systems require a lot of electricity.
  • Reverse osmosis sometimes removes key minerals from the water that are good for you.
  • Regular replacement of consumables requires investment.

Reverse Osmosis Systems VS Distillers

No. The difference between reverse osmosis systems and distillers is captured in the purity levels of the permeate.  Reverse osmosis systems are extremely effective, recording purification levels of up to 99.7% while distillers are not as effective.

With reverse osmosis systems, you can filter the most volatile contaminants and particles thereby ensuring your drink is free of chemicals and pollutants. Distillers however kill bacteria and other microbes found in water while leaving other impurities such as harmful minerals and chemicals.

The only similarity associated between water distillers and reverse osmosis systems is the lack of taste in the end product. This is not surprising given both processes eradicate minerals that are responsible for taste.

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What Are The Basic Features Of Reverse Osmosis Systems?

Reverse Osmosis Systems are renowned for their exemplary productivity in water filtration and treatment. Underneath are some of the features, which characterize reverse osmosis systems:

Excellent Water Recovery.

Reverse osmosis systems are efficient in utilizing the water fed in at the inlet. Their high water recovery capabilities are evidenced in the quantity of water that comes out as waste. Efficient reverse osmosis systems often record 20% wastages of water.

High Capacities.

Both industrial and commercial reverse osmosis systems are equipped with adequate storage volumes to permit heavy and continuous use.

Less Wastage of Key Minerals.

Drinking water contains certain vital minerals necessary for the human body. Reverse osmosis systems do purify and treat your water without losing these fundamental minerals.

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What Types Of Reverse Osmosis Systems Does NEWater Offer?

Reverse osmosis systems are categorized based on the scope of their application. NEWater produces two types of RO systems.

Industrial Reverse Osmosis System.

Our industrial reverse osmosis systems are capable of supporting substantial and continuous usage in various water applications. Industrial reverse osmosis systems provide purified water fit for consumption in the following industries, food, and beverages, pharmaceuticals, and microelectronics.

Commercial Reverse Osmosis System.

NEWater similarly has a wide variety of commercial reverse osmosis systems suitable for use in residential facilities, car washes, and businesses among others. The size of custom reverse osmosis systems is informed by the application.

What Is The Capacity Of  Your Reverse Osmosis System?

NEWater provides standard reverse osmosis systems for both commercial and industrial applications and has a capacity of up to 900000 GPD. These storage volumes sufficiently support relentless and heavy use in homes, car wash, and commercial businesses.

We supply reverse osmosis systems with different capacities based on the intended application. Commercial RO systems often command higher capacities due to the resulting heavy and continuous usage. NEWater’s commercial RO systems can comfortably support between 350 to 15,000 gallons on a daily basis. Furthermore, we have reverse osmosis systems with smaller capacities suitable for home-based applications.

In What Industries Can Reverse Osmosis Systems Be Incorporated?

Reverse osmosis systems are available in varying capacities and specifications, which makes them suitable for both large-scale and small-scale applications. Moreover, reverse osmosis systems possess carbon and sediment filters that can be tailored to attain specific results.

Consequently, different industries can have their reverse osmosis systems modified to optimally attain their set objectives. Underneath are some of the industries utilizing industrial and commercial reverse osmosis systems:

  • Residential complexes.
  • Food and beverage industries.
  • Marine.
  • Pharmaceuticals.
  • Microelectronics.

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Industries Can Reverse Osmosis Systems Be Incorporated

How Effective Are Industrial Reverse Osmosis Systems?

Industrial reverse osmosis systems have an optimal effectiveness rate of 99.7%. This means that they can remove over 99% of water contaminants and impurities without affecting the quality of your drinking water.

Industrial reverse osmosis systems are tremendously effective in removing dissolved salts and impurities found in surface water, seawater, and municipal water.

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What Is The Industrial Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Process?

Industrial reverse osmosis works by applying pressure on feed water, which consequently forces out unwanted contaminants and impurities such as chlorine, bacteria, and salts via a semipermeable membrane.

The reverse osmosis process alienates the unwanted impurities and drenches them out leaving you with clean and safe water suitable for human consumption. The amount of pressure applied depends on the number of pollutants your feed water has.

For environmental conservation, contaminated remnants of the brine can be re-filtered using reverse osmosis. For a comprehensive explanation of the process, kindly visit our website.

Figure 5 Reverse Osmosis System Process.

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What Should I Consider Before Buying a Reverse Osmosis System?

Prior to procuring a reverse osmosis system, you need to be aware of its components and specifications and how they fit into your imminent application. Underneath are some fundamental factors you should refer to when selecting an ideal RO system:

1) Source of Water.

To begin with, you need to establish the source of water you intend to purify or treat. There are varied water sources such as seawater, municipal water, and well water. Similarly, Reverse osmosis systems are customized to work best with different water sources. NEWater supplies these RO systems:

2) Quality of filtration.

In addition to membrane filters, a reverse osmosis system relies on pre-filters and post-filters for optimal water treatment. You can determine the productivity of your RO system filters by comparing the filtered water with the feed water using a total dissolved solids gauge (TDS).

3) Pressure Levels.

A reverse osmosis system is heavily reliant on pressure to force unwanted contaminants through a semipermeable membrane. Higher pressure forces more pollutants and vice versa. Other considerations include; your budget, capacity, and flow rate.

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What Pre-treatments Do You Offer For Use On Reverse Osmosis Systems?

For a reverse osmosis system to offer satisfactory services without premature failures, it is mandatory that the feed water is pre-treated to protect the membranes. NEWater has devised pre-treatments that prevent dissolved ions from clogging your RO system membranes thus prolonging its life span.

NEWater uses the following pre-conditions to protect RO system membranes:

Figure 4 Multimedia filters.

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Do You Provide Custom Repair Parts For A Reverse Osmosis System?

Yes. NEWater is well-equipped to produce all the components of our reverse osmosis systems. However, in cases where we have to outsource some parts, we rely on reputable manufacturers who are unmatched in their respective industries.

Subsequently, we provide custom-made spare parts of superior quality at affordable prices. By engaging with our widely experienced technicians, you will be guided on the ideal repair component for your Reverse osmosis system.

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Can Reverse Osmosis Systems Be Used For Commercial Purposes?

NEWaters is a renowned supplier of quality reverse osmosis systems for commercial applications. Our extensive list of commercial reverse osmosis systems is perfect for a variety of water filtration applications:
1. Spot-free car wash
2. Food and beverage processing plants
3. Hotels
4. Agriculture
5. Laboratory
6. Residential facilities
7. Emergency Relief

Our commercial reverse osmosis systems are tailored to conveniently support heavy and continuous usage. NEWater commercial RO systems provide ultra-purified water fit for human consumption as well as other key water applications.

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What Is The Standard Capacity For Commercial Reverse Osmosis Systems?

To support hefty and ceaseless usage, our commercial reverse osmosis systems are equipped with high stargaze capacities. Ideally, NEWater produces commercial reverse osmosis systems capable of holding 15000 barrels of water in a day.

Features Of Reverse Osmosis Systems

We also have commercial reverse osmosis systems with storage capacities of 350 barrels to accommodate small commercial enterprises. From our lengthy catalog of commercial reverse osmosis systems, you will definitely find one with your ideal storage capacity.

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What Is The Price Of A Reverse Osmosis System?

Different reverse osmosis systems command different fees. NEWater offers different RO systems for distinct applications at relatively different prices. Our prices however are designed with you the buyer in mind. The cost of purchasing and maintaining our Reverse osmosis systems is relatively low hence you are guaranteed quicker returns on your investment.

Another price determinant of reverse osmosis systems is the capacity. Higher capacities for substantial use command higher charges while low capacity RO systems do not. For an accurate quotation on our reverse osmosis systems, kindly visit our website.

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Where Can I Purchase A Legitimate Reverse Osmosis System?

If you are looking at investing in a first-rate reverse osmosis system for industrial or commercial use, NEWater is your ideal shopping partner. For over 20 years, we have been involved in the research and delivery of water treatment technologies. We have an in-house laboratory, which enables us to customize all treatment solutions.

We have overseen the sale of over 9000 high-quality reverse osmosis systems for use in catering, medical, and surface treatment industries among others. Our products and customer care are often subject to customer acclamation as evidenced by our transparent reviews section on our website.

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What Are The Pros Of Using Reverse Osmosis Systems In Industrial Applications?

For industrial water filtration, reverse osmosis systems are undoubtedly the most effective and economical option. Besides offering up to 99.7% pollutants removal, industrial reverse osmosis systems can easily and affordably be maintained.

Let us look at the advantages of using reverse osmosis systems:

  • Industrial reverse osmosis systems are highly effective.
  • Industrial RO systems are suitable for use in different applications.
  • They are environmentally friendly.
  • An Industrial RO system can be used for water softening.

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Do You Provide Containerized Reverse Osmosis Systems?

Yes. We provide containerized reverse osmosis systems on an order basis to allow customization of your RO system to meet your unique specifications. A containerized RO system is basically an independent or self-contained reverse osmosis system fitted in a 20 or 40 feet container.

Our containerized reverse osmosis systems are sufficiently tested before being dispatched which makes them easy to install and commence purification. Our 40 feet tanker systems are well-equipped to produce a maximum of a million gallons in a day.

Figure 9 Containerized Reverse Osmosis System

Containerized reverse osmosis systems are equipped with the necessary pre-treatment, sediment and carbon filters, and semipermeable membranes.

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What Is the Lifespan Of  Reverse Osmosis System Membranes?

On average, you should replace your reverse osmosis system membrane every two to three years. The lifespan of RO membranes is dependent on the concentration of water fed into the RO system. Water filled with dissolved salts is likely to clog your membrane thereby reducing its lifespan.

With regular maintenance and care services, however, it is possible to elongate the lifespan of your RO membrane. By constantly taking care of your RO system, you are stretching its tenure of optimal performance. Our esteemed technicians provide maintenance services on RO membranes and the entire reverse osmosis system in general.

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What Is The Ideal Location For A Reverse Osmosis System?

A reverse osmosis system for home-based use can be conveniently placed underneath a sink and alternatively in a basement.  This is because there is sufficient space to support the RO tank and its accompanying filters and you do not require a pipe. Your ideal location for a reverse osmosis system should be free from low temperatures.

There are also containerized reverse osmosis systems that mainly come in handy in commercial applications but are self-contained. The location of such a system should be close to the distribution center to avoid using connecting pipes.

Our technicians provide consultancy services on the ideal location for reverse osmosis systems based on your set application.

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