Commercial BWRO Plant for Drinking Water Application - Djibouti

Product Description

Overview: The commercial BWRO plant was designed to purify well water and produce potable drinking water.

Industry: Drinking Water

This commercial BWRO system is model#TW-32K-7340 from our RO-300 Series.

  • NEMA 12 enclosure
  • Low pressure switch
  • High pressure switch
  • Liquid filled pressure gauges
  • Permeate conductivity monitor
  • Permeate & concentrate flow meters
  • Powder coated carbon steel frame
  • 4” TFC spiral wound membranes
  • Stainless steel multi-stage pump with TEFC motor
  • FRP membrane housing
  • 5 micron cartridge prefilter
  • 380V/3Ph/50Hz power supply
  • Microprocessor based control panel
  • Programmable time delay and set points
  • Status indicators
  • Motor starter


Water Concern: Most countries in Africa do not have the capacity to provide clean drinking water to its inhabitants. The issue of water shortages is exacerbated with natural disasters such as severe droughts which occur frequently throughout the region. Most of these nations simply lack the infrastructure to deliver safe drinking water. For this reason, most of Africa’s water sources contain high amounts of unwanted substances which make for elevated levels of TDS in well water, ground, surface water, etc. To combat this issue, water treatment processes such as reverse osmosis is depended upon to provide effective solutions that will ensure clean water production.

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Applied Solution: Pure Aqua engineers and manufactures water purification systems along with commercial brackish water reverse osmosis plants. On December 2010, Pure Aqua successfully designed and supplied a commercial BWRO plants to a major company in Djibouti. The objective to treat well water with a TDS of approximately 3000 ppm. The product water capacity was 33,000 GPD with a TDS of 50 ppm or lower. The BWRO plant included with the RO system was prechlorination, multimedia filter, carbon filter, antiscalant, and post chlorination. For more information, learn more about brackish water reverse osmosis systems.



Low operating cost, compact size, reduced footprint, and high quality production of freshwater.


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  • 5
    Awesome engineering!!

    Posted by Jeremy C. on Mar 25th 2020

    Pure Aqua worked with us to find the most efficient way of designing a bwro system which enable us to maximize feed water recovery and save fresh water feed and reject water generation which is also savings on sewage fees to the city.

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