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Industrial RO Plant

Pearl Water offers premium range of RO Plants equipped with Ro+UV technology works across all feed water sources. This RO water Plant is able to remove 99.9% of bacteria and delivers you 100% Safe, tasty and germ-free healthy water.

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Industrial RO

Pearl Water Technologies is one of the leading Industrial RO Plant manufacturers and suppliers in India, serving a number of customers. Our various models of RO Water Plants, such as 50 LPH RO plant, 100 LPH RO plant, 250 LPH RO system, 500 LPH RO plant, 1000 LPH Industrial RO plant, etc., are ISO certified and have high demand in the water treatment market because of its ability to convert raw, contaminated water into fresh water.

RO Water Plant is an advanced water treatment plant that efficiently removes impurities, organic matter and harmful chemicals from raw water and yields fresh and purified water, which is suitable for various industrial purposes. Pearl Water Technologies is the leading Industrial RO plant manufacturer in India, which provides ISO-certified Industrial RO systems.

We customize our water systems to meet the exact requirement of our customers at an affordable cost. We offer fully-automatic and semi-automatic systems based on our customer’s preferences. Our Reverse Osmosis Plant is made of stainless steel material which ensures longer durability of the water system. The product water capacity available ranges from 100 LPH RO Plant to 500 LPH RO Plant, suitable for all kinds of industries.

Our Industrial RO Plant is a breakthrough in the water treatment market which has proved to be a boon for various industries, housing societies, hostels &restaurants and hospitals. Our water systems are best suited for small as well as large industries and organizations. Our RO plants provide clean and purified water, which is free from any impurities, and safe to use for production, consumption, cleaning and maintenance purposes. It is even helpful to treat disposable water to reduce the carbon footprint on the environment.

How does Industrial RO Water Plant work?

Industrial RO System working cycle:

Step 1: Water is fed to the raw water pump into the sand filter, which removes suspended solids from the water.

Step 2: The water then flows to the activated carbon filter for dichlorination.

Step 3: Water is further passed to a micron cartridge filter for fine filtration.

Step 4: Water is then pumped by a high-pressure pump into the RO membranes.

Step 5: Pure water passes through the membranes, while most dissolved solids do not pass through the membrane.

Step 6: The pure water then passes through the RO product line, and the contaminated water passes through the reject line or recycles line.


Pure water is also called permeate or product. It is used for various processes or can be stored in a storage tank to be used later.

The control panel box is used to monitor water quality and facilitate operational functions.

The dosing pump prevents the RO membrane from scaling.

Instruments like pressure gauges, flow meters, conductivity sensors and level switches are provided for proper monitoring of the plant performance.

A CIP system is provided for easy maintenance of membranes.

Industrial RO plant manufacturers usually have various types of Reverse Osmosis plants which you can choose as per suitability.


What are the advantages of the Industrial RO System?

Industrial RO Water Plant is in high demand because of the following benefits it provides:

•    It is easy to install and service.

•    The process of reverse osmosis is reliable.

•    It removes ionic salts, non-ionic, colloidal matter, viruses, active and inactive bacteria, as well as high molecular weight organic matter.

•    It is a fully automatic system.

•    The water retrieved from the plant is safe to drink.


Why do we need an Industrial RO Water Plant?

RO plant helps to purify the contaminated water, which can be used for a variety of purposes such as:

•    Drinking water

•    Desalination

•    Wastewater treatment

•    Reclamation of dissolved minerals, etc.

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