In the reverse osmosis process, the water from a liquid with a high concentration of dissolved solids is forced to flow through the membrane to the low concentration side where this water can be collected. The process is achieved by applying enough pressure to overcome the natural osmotic pressure forces on a membrane. The semi-permeable membranes used in the process are engineered to only allow the passage of the water molecule. The result is high quality water. Permanent and temporary systems, membranes, profiling & normalization, cleaning, maintenance, chemicals, temporary services. Systems sized per customer's capacity requirements. Turnkey engineering and water treatment/purification systems where reverse osmosis works with water softening, filtration, deionization, and ultraviolet instrumentation.