Commercial Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Systems for Hospital (Conductivity Reduction) – 2 X 12,000 GPD - Jordan

Product Description

Overview: Two commercial reverse osmosis water treatment systems were engineered for conductivity reduction from municipal water to supply a Cancer Center in Jordan.

Industry: Hospital Industry

This project consisted of a media filter model #MLF24-A-F-D from our MF-600 Series as well as two reverse osmosis systems from our RO-200 Series, model # TW-12.0K-840.

  • ESPA2-LD-4040 Hydranautics membranes
  • 4" TFC spiral wound membranes
  • Low pressure switch
  • 10 GPM Product and reject flow meters
  • SS304 inlet solenoid valve
  • Corrosion resistant high-pressure throttling valve
  • Pretreatment lockout
  • Factory tested
  • Powder coated carbon steel frame
  • Corrosion resistant high-pressure pump
  • 380V/3Ph/50Hz power supply
  • Pre/post-treatment and pump pressure gauges
  • FRP pressure vessel rated at 300 PSI
  • Heavy duty 5-micron cartridge pre-filter


Water Concern: Conductivity is the measure of electrical flow in water. Elevated levels of total dissolved solids and other organic matter contribute to the degree of electricity conducive to the water. For hospital usage, water must be in its most purified form to preserve the health of the patients. Cancer centers consist of a susceptible population of which consumption of any harmful contaminant can be lethal. Therefore, water purification systems are necessary to reduce conductivity and produce high quality water to serve vulnerable patients in this industry.


Applied Solution: Commercial Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Systems were recommended to this Cancer Center to supply purified water. The center is comprised of two building and required a RO system for each building. The water treatment consisted of a preliminary media filtration system to reduce turbidity and TSS from city water. From this system, a portion was used to supply general water for the center while another portion of the flow was then passed through the RO systems for further purification. The RO water systems consist of pre-treatment such as antiscalant and dechlorination units to prep the water and prevent damage to the RO membranes. Following the reverse osmosis system, a UV sterilizer is put in place to additionally disinfect the water. The purified water proceeds to a storage stainless-steel tank for further use. A product booster pump was provided to transfer the water from the tank to the intended application within the cancer center when necessary.


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



Commercial Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Systems for Hospital - 2 X 12,000 GPD - Jordan - Data Sheet


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  • 5
    Works well.

    Posted by Richard K. on Mar 25th 2020

    The system is a space saver and the frame is sturdy. Works well.

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