Using Reverse Osmosis for Swimming Pools
Pure Water Industries mobile filtration Reverse Osmosis (RO) treatment systems combine pre-treatment vessels and RO membranes in a single, self-contained trailer.
For many, Reverse Osmosis might seem like a complex system, but it’s really quite a simple water filtration process. Reverse Osmosis is not new; it has been used since the 1970’s to desalinate water and convert it to drinking water. Having an understanding of how a reverse osmosis system works will eliminate the misunderstanding and confusion you may feel when you look at our system.
Reverse Osmosis is a process in which dissolved inorganic solids (such as salts) are removed from a solution (such as water). This is accomplished by water pressure pushing the water through a semi-permeable membrane. The membrane only allows the water to pass through, not the impurities nor the contaminants. These contaminants are removed from the water as both are channeled into two separate systems, and ultimately these contaminates are taken to drain to be processed.
Our mobile trailers are insulated to be as quiet as possible, equipped with a 3 Phase, 480V diesel generator, and we guarantee the quality of the water returning to your pool. Depending upon the size of the system, our mobile filtration trailers can produce up to 40,000 gallons of drinking-quality water in a 24-hour period.
The need for this service has never been greater. The concept of mobile filtration has been around for decades while using it to purify swimming pool water is relatively new. As drought conditions continue throughout the world, the need for trailer-mounted, self-contained mobile filtration units will increase.
If you’re looking to swim in the best quality of water for you and your family as well as help the environment by conserving the existing water in your pool, contact us today!
Pure Water Industries also manufactures inline RO filtration systems which are extremely popular for commercial properties. These RO systems provide the same end result as mobile, except they aren’t on wheels. To learn more about them, CLICK HERE!