Explosion Proof Tap Water Reverse Osmosis System 12,000 GPD - USA

Product Description

Application: Chemical Plant Water Treatment System

This reverse osmosis system is model # TW-12.0K-840 from our RO-200 Series.

  • Powder Coated Carbon Steel Frame
  • Filmtec LC LE-4040 TFC Spiral Wound Membranes
  • Stainless Steel Multi-Stage pump with TEFC motor
  • System conforms to Class 1 Div. 2 Groups B&D rating
  • FRP membrane housing
  • 5-micron cartridge pre-filter
  • Activated Carbon Filter as Pre treatment
  • Twin Alternating Water Softeners as Pre treatment
  • Low Pressure switch
  • High Pressure switch
  • Liquid-filled gauge
  • Permeate conductivity monitor
  • Permeate and concentrate flow meters
  • Factory Tested for Reliability and Designed to Work Seamlessly
  • Compact Design & Energy Efficiency
  • Long Service Intervals and Easy Maintenance
  • Longer Membrane Life


Water Challenges: Chemical plants encompass hazardous environments that are carefully controlled. Unique to regular systems, this reverse osmosis system was carefully engineered to withstand and not contribute to any hazardous regions. Due to the nature of the equipment and process of reverse osmosis in the event of a chemical leak or spill, we were able to offer a completely safe and explosion proof RO system. Doing this process needs high pressure pumps and these pumps needs big motors to do the job especially for high TDS water, such as during this project was tasked with eliminating a high concentration of chemical substances within the water.


Applied Solution: Pure Aqua manufactures reverse osmosis systems that are designed with advanced analytical and chemical technologies to deliver several important advantages throughout chemical plants. These benefits revolve around the supplying of cost-effective, simple, practical performance and environmental impact. Our industry-leading reverse osmosis systems are specifically constructed to make improvements and preserve great recovery rates, enhance operational productivity, and lower scaling and erosion probabilities.


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


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  • 5
    We don't expect equipment scaling anymore

    Posted by Carl A. on Feb 19th 2020

    Water quality conforms to equipment requirement now so we don't expect equipment scaling anymore.

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