Most of the water we drink comes from wells or surface water sources such as rivers, lakes, and streams which may contain harmful contaminants. Both municipalities and well owners must treat their water sources properly to have safe, clean drinking water. One way of doing so is through reverse osmosis. A home RO system can effectively filter out contaminants such as arsenic, bacteria and viruses, unpleasant smells and tastes, chlorine, heavy metals, nitrates, sediment, and iron.
Sapphire Water Reverse Osmosis Systems
Delco Water has optimized and refurbished their catalogue Sapphire Water Reverse Osmosis Systems ranging from 0.6 USGPM – 35 USGPM. Our compact RO systems are designed by our engineering group and built by our skilled fabrication and manufacturing team. They are ideal for residential homes, farms, acreages, restaurants, bottled water stations, car washes, boiler pre-treatment, or any application where high quality water is essential. These systems are available as full and complete packages, or the pre-treatment, reverse osmosis, and finishing unit can be offered separately. Our pre-treatment and finishing options are especially useful in rural and remote areas with high iron and manganese content.
Other key benefits of using a Sapphire Residential & Commercial System include:
Each Sapphire System has a quick and convenient installation process. Our systems come equipped with a general operation & installation manual, as well as troubleshooting guides so you can be confident in operating your system. We work with local partners to train for installation and ongoing service, contributing to local business.
Our RO systems come with proper anti-scalant, and the option to add disinfection and pH correction set ups. These precautionary measures not only ensure the water produced is clean, but encourages proper system maintenance. Maintaining your system with correct additives helps to increase the lifespan of the system, as well as increases overall efficiency of the system’s operation.
Why Reverse Osmosis?
How does Reverse Osmosis work?
Reverse osmosis is a water filtration process that is ideal for removing substances such as metal ions, hardness, total dissolved solids and dissolved organics. Using high pressure, raw water flows through one side of the membrane. A fraction of the water, with minerals/metals retained, stays on the pressurized side of the membranes, while clean, demineralized, water passes through to the other side.
What is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is one of the most popular methods of filtration. A home RO system is an effective alternative to purification due to its ability to consistently remove high levels of dissolved constituents for superior levels of safety and taste at a reasonable cost. Many consumers are now skipping the bottled water and investing in a home reverse osmosis system that can remove unwanted dissolved minerals, chlorine, and contaminants.