Water Softening Services in Cambridgeshire

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Established in 1975, we cover Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, all of East Anglia and beyond for both residential and commercial users. Aquamaster offers water softening, Reverse Osmosis, Purification, Filtration and drinking water filter systems, Legionella ( L8 )...

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We carry out installation work for domestic or commercial water softeners, filtration and reverse osmosis systems, ph and ultraviolet systems, micro filtration, ultra filtration, carbon de-chlorination systems and re-bedding resin medias.

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Commercial Reverse Osmosis Systems

Aquamaster offers you a one – stop solution for all your water treatment requirements.
Domestic or Commercial enquiries welcomed.

Reverse Osmosis is a process that is used to remove a wide range of salts to give water a high purity --Osmosis is a natural process involving fluid flow across a semi-permeable membrane barrier. It is the process by which nutrient feed the cells in our bodies and how water gets to the leaves at the top of the trees.

Reverse Osmosis systems, in their basic form, consist of a pressure pump, housing and the membrane. Water is forced into the housing under pressure and the pure water ( or permeate ) is collected and passed to service.

The size of the reverse osmosis system and choice of membrane will be determined by the permeat quality required, feed water salinity and permeate quality expected. Low energy membranes allow the unit to run at pressures around 150-200psi, and as such the pressure booster pumps required to generate the pure water are smaller, and the power consumption is reduced significantly.

Electrodeionization or EDI, is a continuous and chemical-free process of removing ionized and ionizable species from the feed water using DC power. EDI is typically used to polish reverse osmosis (RO) permeate and to replace conventional mixed bed ion exchange, which eliminates the need to store and handle hazardous chemicals used for resin regeneration and associated waste neutralization requirements.

RoPro 4-48 2000-LPH

The Highest output model in 4" membrane series reverse osmosis system

The size of the RO and choice of membrane will be determined by the permeate quantity required, feed water salinity and permeate quality expected. Low energy membranes allow the units to run at pressures around 150-200psi, and as such the pressure booster pumps required to generate the pure water are smaller, and the power consumption is reduced significantly.

These membranes will produce water quality of approx. 10 microsiemens from an input water of between 500-700 microsiemens. If higher permeate quality is required a different range of membranes with higher pressure pumps can be used. RO units are normally built and used as single units producing the quantity required during the working day.

If circumstances demand, the RO units can be duplexed with a central control panel being used to allow manual or automatic switching of the RO plant in service, and will also allow the units to run in parallel when the demand for water is higher, thus doubling the permeate production. Also for very high purity waters the RO can be manufactured in "double pass mode" - This means the permeate water from the first unit is fed as raw water into the second pass of the RO - This already high quality water will then be improved and a very pure water is produced, typically less than 1 microsiemen.

When sizing the pre-treatment system the quantity of water available on the raw water feed side needs to be checked carefully as the RO system needs a higher feed flow than it’s permeate output, as the recovery of the units is approx. 75% for the pure water. The 25% concentrate that is rejected by the
RO can be used for any application where soft water is required such as wash water, grey water for toilet flushing or in some cases cooling tower make-up. The use of this water
minimises any waste from the feed supply.

 

 

 

Below, are examples of a cabinet model, a non-cabinet model and the internal view of a cabinet model.

THESE HIGH OUT- PUT RO SYSTEMS WILL GIVE YOU A STARTING FLOW RATE OF 150LPM, AND ARE IDEAL FOR STEAM BOILER COOKERS.THEY CAN ALSO BE USED FOR MANY OTHER APPLICATIONS.

NON Cabinet Models

Model MiniRO 1 MiniRO 2 Smart XL
       
Capacity @ 15°C 150 l/h 250 l/h 400 l/h
Working pressure (no backpressure) 11 bar 11 bar 8 bar
Stainless steel frame      
Dimensions (W x D x H) 650 x 325 x 430 mm 650 x 325 x 430 mm 1150 x 325 x 430 mm
Pre-filter cartridge 10" - 5 micron 10" - 5 micron 10" - 5 micron
Inlet valve Buschjost 1/2" 230V, 50Hz Buschjost 1/2" 230V, 50Hz Buschjost 1/2" 230V, 50Hz
Inlet pressure switch 1/2" - 0.8 bar 1/2" - 0.8 bar 1/2" - 0.8 bar
HP Pump Rotary vane 800 l/h Rotary vane 800 l/h Rotary vane 1000 l/h
Electro motor 230V, 50Hz - 0.55kW 230V, 50Hz - 0.55kW 230V, 50Hz - 0.55kW
Membrane(s) 1 x 4021 ESPA 4 2 x 4021 ESPA 4 2 x 4040 ESPA 4
Reject resctriction WDV 1/2" - 1 lpm WDV 1/2" - 2 lpm WDV 1/2" - 3 lpm
       
Permeate outlet with: Non return valve, pressure switch and small pressure tank
Micro processor controller OS 3020 controller
Functions: Service, stand by, rinse and interval rinse
Conductivity Conductivity read out; and alarm at (min/max) set points
Alarm One potential free alarm contact
Connections:  
Inlet 3/4" BSPM
Permeate outlet 3/4" pvc union
Reject/drain 16mm hose burb

The Mini RO series system is a unique modern range of quality engineered reverse osmosis units
designed for automatic operation. Features include: ‘water on demand’ fully automatic
operation, simple straightforward installation, Quality and status monitoring and ultra quiet
operation.

Ultra-quiet operation - > 63dbA
Fully automatic with ‘water on demand’ sensing Optimised for membrane and treated water
cleanliness Simple, straightforward installation with single phase electrics
Quality and status monitoring display

Industrial quality membrane with automatic rinsing

Continuous water quality and plant status indication Low water pressure safety switch

Pressure control on/off Low noise output (< 63dB) - can be located anywhere

High quality stainless steel engineering for durability and ease of maintenance

High efficiency/low waste design

The SmarT is an ultra compact water reverse osmosis unit which is ideal for all applications requiring
demineralised water, such as warewashing. It is designed for durability and continuous performance with
minimal maintenance.

The extrememly low noise output and attractive appearance allow the unit to be sited almost anywhere.

Aquamaster supply repair and service water softeners ,reverse osmosis sytems March, Cambridge, Peterborough, St.Ives, St.Neots, Soham,Saffron Walden, Kings Lynn, Wisbech, Spalding, Market Deeping, Holbeach, Boston, Stamford, Bourn, Oundel, Ely, Newmarket, Grantham, Hunstanton, Heacham, Thetford, Bury St.Edmunds, Huntindon, Oakham, Bishop’s Stortford,Gt.Dunmow, Mildenhall, Hertford, Harlow, Epping, Haverhill, Ware, Hoddeston, Duxford, Sawbridgeworth, Bedford, Corby.

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