Tap Water Reverse Osmosis Combination 9000 GPD to 7200 GPD - Canada

Product Description

The tap water reverse osmosis combination was designed and fulfills the purpose of treating municipal tap water to make it suitable for routine uses. It is widely recognized around the world that these machines hold great importance to the daily of many individuals. The tap water reverse osmosis combination takes water contaminated with salt, impurities and filthy and strips it of all in order to make it consumable. The pump applies a great amount of pressure forcing the water through the layers of the membrane at which point the different layers grasp onto the unwanted particles leaving the water to continue through the cycle. The unwanted particles are released through the concentrated piping and discarded while the pure water is released to the user through another pipe. This tap water reverse osmosis combination is pretreated with activated carbon filters, dechlorination and water softener before completing the reverse osmosis process.

Date: August 2013

Country: Canada

System/Product: Tap Water Reverse Osmosis Combination

Flow Rate: 9,000 GPD & 7,200 GPD

Component & Brands: 
- 3 RO systems [TW-9.0K-640] 
- 2 RO systems [TW-6.0K-440]
- Microprocessor control panel


A tap water reverse osmosis combination to a major company in Canada with the objective was to soften municipal tap water. Three TW-9.0K-640 machines with 9,000 GPD production capacity while the two TW-6.0K-440 have a 7,200 GPD production capacity, both at a maximum rate of 500 PPM TDS. Both units came complete with a microprocessor control panel. Since their initial startup, the machines have been running smoothly with minimal trouble-shooting



Water Challenges: The characteristics of chemicals throughout groundwater is determined by the gases and minerals reacting with the water in its generally slow passage through the Earth’s crust. Extensive variations in groundwater quality are brought by many variables in various water sources. Dissolved minerals such as silica and sulphate produce corrosiveness among water which leads to the deterioration of water treatment equipment, steam boilers, water pipes, etc. Measures to avoid this from occurring involves utilizing active agents that work to minimize these unwanted effects and maintaining pH stability in treated water. If properly treated, the feed water will reach a balance where the additional of more dissolved substances will no longer occur.



  • 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



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  • 5
    Awesome Engineering there!!

    Posted by Fajardo N. on Mar 16th 2019

    High TDS water is our plant's issue so we contacted Pure Aqua for recommendation.

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