Applied Water Solutions, Inc.

5 products found


  • Industrial Systems

  • Electrodeionization


    Applied Water Solutions is an authorized service provider for all major EDI manufactures, i.e. Ionpure, E-Cell, Snowpure. With over combined 30 years of experience contributing to the development and advancement of the technology, we are the only professional, objective specialist in the industry. We offer replacement modules, upgrades and consulting services for all EDI systems as well as complete systems that include our proprietary power supply...

  • Reverse Osmosis

    Reverse Osmosis

    Reverse Osmosis is a process used to remove dissolved ions from water. When designing RO systems a complete analysis of RO Chemistry should be done in advance. In RO, pressure forces the water through a semi-permeable membrane element. The membrane will freely pass water but rejects most of the dissolved materials as well as any small particles in the feed water. Thus the permeate water which has passed the membrane contains a relatively low...

  • Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR)

    Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR)

    The Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor or MBBR process is based on the aerobic biofilm principle and utilizes activated sludge and other biofilm systems. On the process, the biofilm carrier elements that are made from polyethylene, that provide a large protected surface area for the biofilm and optimal conditions for the bacteria culture to grow and develop. The biofilm provides a more stable environment for the bacteria to grow, so less space is required...

  • Ultrafiltration


    The two types of UF that are offered today are spiral wound, and hollow fiber. Spiral UF has been used as pretreatment to RO,  potable water applications, waste water and in the food and beverage to concentrate liquids.

  • Media Filtration

    Media Filtration

    Media Filtration Technologies: Pretreatment is key in the design of any water treatment system. Below are some standard specifications of media filtration. Correctly sizing your pretreatment and knowing your feed water will minimize maintenance and allow for better operation of all down stream equipment.