List Of Models

Chemical-Free Reverse Osmosis Desalination

List of models

SW Family – Includes pretreatment and RO modules

Family Model Capacity
(m3/day) (gpm)
SW-S  SW-S 500  500  92
 SW-S 600  600  110
 SW-S 700  700  128
 SW-S 800  800  147
 SW-S 900  900  165
 SW-S 1000  1000  184
SW-M  SW-M 1100  1100  202
 SW-M 1200  1200  220
 SW-M 1300  1300  239
 SW-M 1400  1400  257
 SW-M 1500  1500  275
 SW-M 1600  1600  294
 SW-M 1700  1700  312
 SW-M 1800  1800  320
 SW-M 1900  1900  349
 SW-M 2000  2000  367
SW-L  SW-L 5000  5000  918


Note: Requests for systems with capacity between 2,200 m³/day and 4,000 m³/day can be met with 2 systems of the SW-M series.




  • Remineralization modules – available for all series
  • Second pass module (H) – available for all series


RO modules

  • Independent RO modules from each series


High Availability

  • Redundancy configuration (multiple systems)
  • Backup PLC



  • Skid mounted, Containerized
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