Industrial Reverse Osmosis Systems and Commercial Reverse Osmosis Systems by Titan™
These reliable, high performance TitanT Reverse Osmosis Systems are Made In The USA and are known for their computer aided design, quality components, and rugged dependable performance. Titan RO Systems are designed for higher recovery rates, minimum energy consumption, continuous commercial duty, and ease of use. Easy maintenance and operation. Titan RO Systems have all of their components strategically located for easy access and inspection. All Titans come with a built-in commercial duty booster pump, and a 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty.
Stock TitanT RO Required Operating Specifications:
- Please consult the Product Sheet we provide for each specific system.
- It is the purchaser's responsibility to ensure that their feedwater falls within the values these required parameters before purchasing a system. Feedwater outside the stated parameters will require you to follow all recommendations provided by the engineer.
- Maximum Hardness: 15 Grains/Gallon (Recommend less.)
- Maximum TDS: 2000 ppm
- Chlorine Tolerance: 0 to <0.1 ppm
- Oxidizer Tolerance: ZERO
- Maximum Hydrogen Sulfide: 0 ppm
- Maximum Iron: 0.5 ppm MAXIMUM
- Maximum Manganese (Mn): 0.05 ppm
- Maximum Silica: <1 ppm
- [Barium or Strontium] + Sulfate (SO4) is really bad for RO Membranes. Use a water softener to remove these when both are present.
- Maximum Feedwater Turbidity: 1 NTU
- Pre-Treatment is required if any of the above values are exceeded or your system will be damaged.
- Minimum Feed Pressure: 35 PSI
- Nominal NaCl % Rejection: 98.5%
- Minimum NaCl % Rejection: 96%
- Typical Operating Pressure: 150 PSI standard. Aprox. 100 PSI with Extra Low Energy Membranes
- pH Range Continuous Operation: 3-11
- Maximum Temperature: 105° F.
- Minimum Concentrate Flow Rate: 5:1
- Protect units from freezing temperatures.
- Permeate flow and salt rejection is based on the following test conditions: 550 PPM TDS treated tap water, 150 PSI, 77° F., pH:7
- NOTICE: Permeate Flow (Gallons Produced Per Day) may vary +or- 15% with each membrane, and also varies according to water temperature. Colder water slows down the membrane performance but not water quality.