The new high-purity water (RO-DI) system

Process and Water a purification and treatment compliance designer and manufacturer has developed a new high purity water (RO-DI) system that is scalable from 500-5000 gallons per day (GPD) for a diverse industry base, ranging from Bio-Technology to electronics. One of the major benefits of the this system is its foot print, as an example; a 5000 gallon per day (GPD) system with dimensions of 8 FT. x 3 FT. x 6 FT. that is broken into two skid to fit into some of the confined area’s these systems are installed.

Another benefit is the cost, our team completed a multi-year research and development campaign to source the best possible products at the most competitive price. This yielded a truly robust system at a fraction of what traditional high purity water systems sell for. Contact our engineering sales team today to learn more about our family of PW-UPW-E High purity water systems.

Process and Water provides laboratory water systems that pre-treat the incoming water through multi-media filtration for sedimentation removal. This is followed by a water softener to reduce the calcium and magnesium hardness. The final pre-treatment step before reverse osmosis is carbon treatment for the reduction of chlorine in the incoming city water. This is an important step to ensure long life out of the reverse osmosis membranes. After that water was been filtered through the reverse osmosis membrane it is collected in a storage vessel that is equipped with a multi-stage vertical pump that distributes the water through the final treatment steps. These final steps include ultraviolet disinfection and TOC (total organic carbon) control. This is followed by mixed bed ion exchange resin to deionize (DI) the water and 0.2 final filtration.