Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis is a process that removes foreign contaminants, solid substances, large molecules and minerals from water by using pressure to push it through specialized membranes. The system improves water for drinking, cooking and other important uses.

Jul 19 2021
What is Reverse Osmosis and How Does it Work? One of the most effective water treatment methods is reverse osmosis. RO systems greatly improve the…
Jul 1 2021
The U.S. residential water treatment market reached revenues of more than $2.2 billion in 2020. The point-of-entry (POE) market was the largest…
desalination plant
The Alicante, Spain, desalination plant has been operating uninterrupted for more than 12 years.
Mar 5 2021
Sea- and brackish water desalination has, until recent years, been cost prohibitive for more widespread human, industrial and agricultural use.…
Feb 5 2021
SUEZ announced it has finalized the purchase of the Reverse Osmosis (RO) membrane product line from specialty chemical company LANXESS. Integrating…
Jan 6 2021
Since its founding, SeaRO has used John Guest as a marine OEM partner to build marine watermakers and RO systems for yachts and island homes   
Oct 6 2020
TheVertex IsoTwistTM is an undersink RO filter system optimized to treat city water. Makes up to 50 gallons a day of great tasting water while taking…
Sep 4 2020
In spring of this year, a new research project by the University of Massachusetts-Amherst began with Drs. Emily Kumpel, David Reckhow and John…
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