All floor standing water coolers have basically the same functionality, it all depends on user preference on colour and shape. However do visit the following link to download the data sheet with more preferences: https://www.puritech.co.za/water-dispensers/
A 2000 GPD machine produces 250 litres per hour, you will need to provide us with a water analysis report so we can give you the correct pre-filtration requirements. You can view more RO industrial machines via this link: https://www.puritech.co.za/ro-industrial/
Firstly we need a water analysis report before recommending a machine,this will help us to specify the machine as per your problem
It depends on how many litres of purified water you need to sell per day. The capacity will determine the machine, but basically if you are to start a small business using municipal water you will need a 400GPD or 800GPD, with the water having to be analysed first for a finer recommendation.
Yes you can use any source of water as long as you have a water analysis report.
Pre-treatment is a filtration process to remove particles, it comes before the Reverse osmosis or Ultra filtration systems to protect the life span of membranes and filters
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification technology that uses a semipermeable membrane to remove ions, molecules, and larger particles from drinking water. Reverse osmosis can remove many types of dissolved and suspended species from water, including bacteria, and is used in both industrial processes and the production of potable water.
The 5 stage Reverse Osmosis system is the best Water Purification system that you can buy for your household use. The system will be installed under counter at your Prep Bowl or at your zinc in the kitchen. The system comes complete with a 12 litre stainless steel pressure tank, luxury faucet and a 50 Gallons per day membrane that produces 189 Litres of Purified Water per 24 hours (Depending on your incoming pressure). You will have sufficient Purified Water for your family to drink, to use
When filters are sitting in water the surface area adsorbs (as opposed to absorbs) the contaminants and when that surface is full your filter is no longer effective. That period is 12 months maximum, regardless of how much it is used. The filters are designed to remove specific contaminants from water. They adsorb (not absorb) these molecules to its surface area. When the capacity to adsorb is used up, what can occur is the opposite. If you don't change your filter cartridge you can create a bacterial build up. The reason you bought a water filter was to have high quality water.
Your tap water can contain a range of contaminants from a number of sources. Some of these contaminants can have an adverse effect on the look, smell and taste of your drinking water and others can potentially have more harmful effects on your health and appliances. These include but are not limited to environmental contaminants, pesticides, herbicides, calcium, magnesium, copper, lead and chlorine resistant parasites.