Commercial Water Purifiers


400 GPD water purifier


SMART ARO 400 GPD water purifier

Aquaguard’ s ARO 400 -200 Series is a 7-stage reverse osmosis (RO) drinking water purification system that utilizes UV-ultraviolet technology and can produce up to 400 gallons of purified water per day. The system is designed to remove a wide range of contaminants, including particles, chlorine, unpleasant tastes and odors, and various chemicals. The purification process includes mechanical filtration, carbon absorption, and absorption, which work together to effectively remove these impurities. Additionally, the system employs membrane separation technology that filters down to an extremely fine level of 0.0001 microns. This allows the RO membranes to remove dissolved solids at the ionic level, making it one of the most effective purification systems available.

This reverse osmosis (RO) drinking water purification system has a minimum TDS rejection rate of 95%. It has a production capacity of either 200 or 400 gallons per day (GPD), depending on the model chosen. The system operates on a voltage of 220v and is certified by NSF. It has a seven-stage filtration process and it is Assembled by customer requirement. The total weight of the system is approximately 30 kg, and it operates at an optimal temperature of 50C with an operating pressure range of 75 to 175 PSI. Please note that this system is designed to be used only with biologically safe water supplies. To maintain the system’s effectiveness, filter cartridges should be changed every 4 months. The package includes detailed installation instructions with pictures for easy setup.
The filter housing structure of this water purification system is designed to be innovative, safe, easy to change, and reliable. The system features quick connect fittings that make installation and maintenance easy. For safe and reliable operation, the system includes an auto shut-off feature that activates when the storage tank is full, or the pressure is low. Its compact design makes it ideal for space-saving under-sink installations. Additionally, the system includes an automatic flush feature that helps to prolong the life of the membrane, making it more efficient than traditional systems. The system employs Reverse Osmosis membrane technology, which enables it to filter particles down to an incredibly fine level of 0.0001mm, ensuring that the water is purified to the highest standards


Commercial RO plants are water treatment systems that are designed to purify water for industrial or commercial use. These systems are used in a variety of industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, power plants, and more. The specific requirements for a commercial RO plant will depend on the quality and TDS (total dissolved solids) levels of the water that needs to be purified.
Commercial RO plants are capable of purifying water with varying TDS levels and different types of water quality. The pre-treatment process for the water will vary based on the specific water quality parameters, such as pH, temperature, turbidity, and the presence of suspended solids. This pre-treatment process is necessary to protect the RO membrane and ensure that the water is purified effectively.
Commercial RO plants typically consist of multiple filtration stages that remove impurities and contaminants from the water. These stages can include mechanical filtration, activated carbon filtration, ultrafiltration, and reverse osmosis. The RO membrane is the heart of the system and is responsible for removing the dissolved salts and impurities from the water.
The capacity of a commercial RO plant can vary depending on the needs of the specific application. These systems can produce anywhere from a few hundred liters per hour to several thousand liters per hour of purified water. It is essential to size the system appropriately based on the water demand and TDS levels of the incoming water to ensure the system operates effectively and efficiently.
Overall, a commercial RO plant is an effective solution for purifying water for industrial and commercial applications. These systems can be tailored to meet the specific needs of different industries and can effectively treat water with varying TDS levels and water quality parameters.