A Reverse Osmosis
A reverse osmosis submersible pump is put in place when you need to increase water pressure going into the reverse osmosis (RO) filter unit to separate pure water from impurities. In a reverse osmosis system you will be forcing water through a membrane at high pressure. In an industrial application you may mount the pump to a skid along with the RO filter units, as seen above, or you may want to mount the pump vertically depending on your space and situation.
Things to consider when looking for a reverse osmosis submersible pump include the amount of water that can be moved per minute, which is measured in gallons per minute (GPM), along with physical dimensions, sound requirements, and cooling requirements.
Processes involving manufacturing, medical industries, food and drink processing, and other industrial applications use large quantities of water, which end up containing impurities from the process. Chemicals and debris need to be cleaned in order to safely dispose of the water. An industrial reverse osmosis system is an efficient way of cleaning large quantities of water, and the pump you choose is integral in ensuring your system works properly.
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For decades some of the largest manufacturers in the world have chosen to use Pumps Unlimited’s Torpedo Pump due to the longevity, near silent operation, and versatility. Our pumps are known to run for decades, and often are found in the field with a decade of runtime on them with zero maintenance performed and zero downtime.
The Torpedo Pump can be mounted horizontally or vertically, and can be housed in stainless steel enclosures or client provided fiberglass enclosures. The pumps can handle 2-1,200GPM, and our motors range between 1/3-250HP, whatever your job requires. When you turn your Torpedo Pump on, you’ll need to check your gauges to know that it’s running, it’s that quiet. Read more about the Torpedo Pump here, and then contact us so we can tailor a solution to your needs.