RO System 4X 7200 GPD - Canada

Product Description

From its initial start-up, the machines have been working properly with minimal trouble-shooting. The process of reverse osmosis deals with the use of a high pressure pump which applies extreme pressure to the high saline concentrated side of a semi-porous membrane, combatting a natural process called "Osmosis". Naturally, osmosis transports salt through a semi-porous membrane from a region with low saline concentration to a region with high saline concentration. Its goal is to gain an equal quantity of saline concentration on both sides of the membrane. With the use of the high pressure pump, reverse osmosis comes in to direct osmosis to the opposite direction. The pump applies high pressure to the highly concentrated saline side of the membrane, pushing salty water and other impurities across the membrane, only allowing water molecules to flow through. Salt and the impurities are rejected and later thrown into the drain on the concentrate side. In the end, we obtain purified water with 99% less dissolved salts on the permeate side of the membrane. 

Date: October 2012

Country: Canada

System/Product: Reverse Osmosis System

Flow Rate: 2 x 7,200 GPD and 2 x 9,000 GPD

Components & Brands:
- 4 RO system [RO-200 series]
- Pre treatments 


Brackish water is water that is taken from estuaries and river openings. It salt concentration falls in between fresh water and seawater. Not as pure as fresh water, yet not as salty as seawater. Its mild salty concentration is discouraged for human consumption. To generate purified water from brackish water, a water filtration system relies on a method called "reverse osmosis" for assistance.



A group of commercial Reverse Osmosis Systems complete with pre-treatment were manufactured and supplied to a major company in Canada. The systems were designed to produce 7,200 and 9,000GPD. 



  • Minimal civil work and construction
  • Small footprint
  • Plug and play installation
  • High-quality components (Grundfos pumps, DOW Filmtec membranes, Codeline vessels, Pure Aqua microprocessor control panel)
  • High recovery design
  • High rejection membranes
  • Low energy and chemical consumption



RO System 4X 7200 GPD - Canada - Case Study [/custom-documents]

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    Posted by Ekhlas B. on Feb 11th 2020

    We used this system as an automatic multi media filters in Saudi Arabia. This is a great system when it comes to the filter operating to its full capacity.

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