Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis

Improving the quality of the feed water needed for production processes, eliminating a large proportion of the impurities present.

How it works

Reverse osmosis involves pressurizing a saline solution on to a semi-permeable membrane that is of a sufficient size to cause or facilitate pure water to pass through it.

This equipment enables water to be obtained for industrial applications from waters with a high salt content of between 1.5 and 7.0 g/l.


  • The reverse osmosis membranes used eliminate 97-99% of the salts originally in the water treated.
  • The process has a very positive ratio between electricity consumption and the volume of water obtained.
  • The water conditioning process involves minimal consumption of products for the water treated.


Any industry requiring quality water for its production processes.

  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Food industry
  • Lacquering and anodizing aluminium
  • Electroplating