Reverse Osmosis Systems
Reverse Osmosis Systems (RO) produce high quality water used in medical, dental, healthcare and pharmaceutical areas.
RO technology was developed in the 1960's for recycling of waste water on spacecraft. Over the proceeding years, reverse osmosis has become a leading technology for producing high quality pure water, free from dissolved impurities.
RO Systems work by using a pump to push inlet water across a semi-permeable membrane. By applying back pressure to the system, the water molecules are forced through the membrane leaving almost all the dissolved salts on the concentrate side of the membrane.
During the process, the highly concentrated stream of waste water is sent to the drain. The action of this waste water flowing over the membrane ensure that impurities are washed from it's surface and prevents scaling.
Some systems allow for a proportion of the concentrate waste water to be recycled with the new feed water. In many applications, recycling can be used to produce a higher ration of pure to waste water.
The Uniflow R-Series Residential RO System produces 250 Litres per day of pure, contaminant free water from your municipal water supply for drinking water, coffee machines and pure water applications. Compact undersink installation
Ideal for larger dental practices, the Uniflow Logic Demineraliser produces up to 350 Litres of High-Purity water every day. Plumbed directly to autoclaves, disinfectors or dental chairs, or simply fill jugs from the sink mounted dispenser.
Uniflow LP-350 light commercial reverse osmosis systems feature pure water production capacities from 600-1300 litres per day. Outstanding performance from extra low-energy membranes and low maintenance pump-less design. See options inside.
Uniflow LP-700 light commercial reverse osmosis systems feature pure water production capacities from 2000-2600 litres per day. Outstanding performance from extra low-energy membranes and low maintenance pump-less design. See options inside.
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