Commercial Reverse Osmosis Purifier for Hotel 15,000 GPD - Ghana

Product Description

Overview: This commercial reverse osmosis purified was engineered for a hotel in Puerto Rico to treat well water for general human use.

Industry: Hotel

The system consisted of a prechlorination system (CDS), a media filter (MF-400), a greensand filter (MF-400), a carbon filter (MF-400), a commercial RO purifier (RO-200), and lastly a post-chlorination system (CDS).

  • 4" TFC spiral wound Filmtec membranes LC HR-4040
  • SS304 high pressure tubing
  • Low- & High-pressure switches
  • 20 GPM Product and reject flow meters
  • SS316 inlet solenoid valve
  • Pretreatment lockout
  • Powder coated carbon steel frame
  • 3 HP Corrosion resistant high-pressure pump
  • 220V/1Ph/50Hz power supply
  • Pre/post-treatment and pump pressure gauges
  • FRP codeline pressure vessels
  • Heavy duty 5-micron cartridge pre-filter


Water Concern: Hotels utilize a high volume of water per day. Whether it’s used for a spa, pool, or restaurant, the water is required to be purified for these applications. With well water as the feed source, there are multiple concerns that must be addressed to deliver the quality desired. This well in particular reported to have a degree of 5,000 PPM TDS in addition to elevated iron and manganese levels. A thorough water treatment system is required to reduce these contaminants and for the accessibility for human usage.



Applied Solution: A commercial reverse osmosis purifier was recommended to purify the well water for the general application of this hotel. This recommended system includes a six-stage process to achieve the required quality for human use. The process begins by feeding the well water into a prechlorination unit to prep the water for a smooth transition into the following treatments. Secondly, the water is filtered through a multi-media filter to reduce turbidity and the level of total suspended solids (TSS). Next, a greensand filter is included for iron and manganese reduction. Fourthly, the water is fed into a carbon filter to reduce the amount of organic matter. Following these pre-treatment systems is the commercial RO system. The treatments prior to the RO are necessary to remove larger contaminants for the RO membranes to efficiently sift 5,000 PPM TDS and produce water of the most purified form while preserving the longevity of the membranes. Lastly, a post chlorination system disinfects the water in preparation to utilize the water for multiple applications.



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


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  • 5
    Excellent designed

    Posted by Larry P. on Mar 25th 2020

    Excellent designed commercial Ro system.

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