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Sub Title: Containerized Water Treatment Systems

Imagine the strength and purification power of a large-scale reverse osmosis plant. That power can now be at the fingertips of anyone anywhere in the world, and requiring only the space of a forty-foot container. A Pure Aqua CRO Series Containerized Reverse Osmosis System is a self-contained, turnkey system that can function on-the-go or as a permanent water treatment plant, able to start pumping high-quality product in less than a day after arrival on-site. Our containerized reverse osmosis systems are made to order, meaning your system will be specifically tailored to your water treatment requirements, containing all the amenities your reverse osmosis system could possibly need.

SKU: CRO Series Category: Custom Water Treatment Systems > Containerized Water Treatment Plants Brand: Pure Aqua Other Names: Industrial Reverse Osmosis Container, Containerized Reverse Osmosis Plant, Containerized RO System, Mobile Reverse Osmosis Purification Plant


Containerized reverse osmosis systems are the future in membrane water treatment. Capable of producing up to one million gallons of water per day from a single fourty foot container, with built-in pretreatment and membrane cleaning, containerized systems are redefining the standards of water treatment plants worldwide. Take the advantages of an industrial reverse osmosis system - high rejection of metals, minerals, and chemical contaminants, a high recovery rate, and sturdy built-to-last design - and make it portable, able to be transported anywhere in the world where potable water may be necessary. All these features can be yours in addition to a collection of benefits unique to containerized systems.

Each of our CRO series containerized reverse osmosis systems starts with a water need - your need, and goes from there. At Pure Aqua, we work directly with our clients from the ground up, keeping them involved with the construction and design of their containerized system every step of the way. The end product they recieve is a completely unique system tailored to their needs and specifications. Some of the special features that can be installed in a containerized system include insulation and centralized heating and cooling, keeping your industrial reverse osmosis system safe from even the harshest elements. A water purification plant can be available anywhere you can ship a twenty or forty-foot container. 

Call Pure Aqua Inc. today to see how a CRO series containerized reverse osmosis system can revolutionize the way you provide potable water.



Container Size Standard Container Insulated Container
10ft 20ft 40ft 20ft 40ft
External
Length (m) 2.9 6 12.2 6 12.2
Width (m) 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4
Height (m) 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5
Internal
Lenght (m) 2.8 5.8 12 5.5 11.5
Width (m) 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.2
Height (m) 2.3 2.4 2.4 2.2 2.5
Cubic Capacity (m3) 16 33 67 28 67
Tare weight (kg) 1450 2170 3310 2950 4250
Max Gross Weight (tons) 20 24 30 30 34
Access 1 double-door
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Containerized Reverse Osmosis Plants

Containerized water treatment plants have many advantages over built-in plant room installations and have a plethora of special options available:
  • Plug and play unit
  • Mobile: useful for construction sites
  • Small foot print
  • Centralized atmospheric controls available
  • Training and servicing guidelines included
  • Easy transportation
  • Limited civil work (only container foundation)
  • Reinforced diamond-plate flooring available
  • Self-contained pre-treatment and cleaning available
  • Quick installation
  • Turnkey delivery: piping, cables, air conditioning
  • Insulation and weather protection available
  • Overall less expensive than a permanent structure


The ideal applications for a Containerized RO system include primarily include temporary installations or water supplies, labor camps (mining installations, construction, etc.), military water supplies, and disaster relief, but can also serve in almost any situation where a reverse osmosis plant is used: