The industrial filtration professionals
Reverse osmosis (RO) systems are mainly used for water purification. These systems work by pushing a liquid through a semi-permeable membrane and can filter particles of approximately 0.0001 micron.
Better known as water softeners, ion exchange systems operate under a principle of pH control thanks to a resin charged with cation and anion.
Filtration systems are all built under the same principle. Their difference lies mainly in the filters used. Sometimes we speak of microfiltration (0.1 micron), ultrafiltration (0.01 micron), or nanofiltration (0.001 micron).
These systems are used to remove, deactivate, or kill organisms that may be in water. Several technologies exist for this type of product; we can think of the use of chlorine (Cl2), the use of UV lamps, and much more.
Media and filtering aids
These products, also called consumables, are components that have a certain lifetime in various filtration processes. There are a lot of them. Among them, we find activated carbon, filtering sands and gravel, and diatomaceous dirt.