Industrial Water Filtration
PureWater Dynamics can design and maintain the most appropriate Industrial Water Filtration for your facility within a unique range of purification and filtration levels that meet your needs.
Our systems deliver and maintain consistent levels of water purity within specific tolerances for bio-tech manufacturing, hospitals, medical, and laboratories facilities.
Reverse Osmosis, Industrial and Commercial Water Purification Systems for Large Capacity Operations
Facilities with large capacity (100 – 500+ gallon per day) water purification requirements are excellent candidates for a Large Capacity Reverse Osmosis (RO) System.
We specialize in custom industrial water filtration installations to serve small to medium manufacturing, medical facilities, laboratories, testing facilities and bio-tech manufacturing where water purification is of critical importance.
- Food processing
- Ice making
- Coffee shops
- Print shops and more
4-Stage Reverse Osmosis (RO) with High Flow Booster Pump
We specialize in custom industrial water filtration installations
- 5-Micron Polypropylene Sediment Pre-filter to extract suspended sediments such as dirt, sand and rust particles down to 5 microns.
- 10-Micron Carbon Block Cartridge to absorb chlorine and chlorine by-products without release of carbon fines.
- High Rejection Thin Film Composite (TFC) Reverse Osmosis (RO) Membrane(s) to reject a wide spectrum of impurities including dissolved solids, bacteria and viruses down to a 0.0001 micron. The product water is stored in the optional storage tank, while the rejected contaminants are automatically flushed down the drain.
- Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) Cartridge is used to remove dissolved gases, bad taste and odor from product water. This is the final polishing stage prior to consumption. (This step may not be needed in certain manufacturing applications).
Filtration Systems Comparison Chart
Evaluating your manufacturing or processing requirements will help to determine the perfect filtration system for your operation.
This chart identifies many of the water contaminants common in public water systems.