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Double reverse osmosis technology to remove more than 99% ions, bacteria, salt, microorganism, heavy ions, colloid,emdotoxin and other particles in the water. It can efficiently purify tap water, borehole water, spring water or well water to pure water for chemical industry, pharmacutical, hospital cleaning room, food making, drinking, etc. Meanwhile, as an factory, we can accept customize.
1) No chemical regeneration.
2) No hazardous waste discharge, be good for protecting environmental
3) Continuous operation ,simple operation
4) Easy installation,maintenance and maintenance.
Q1: Are you a manufacturer?
A: Yes,we are a factory founded on 2005
Q2: How to contact with us?
A: Click the Alibaba "Contact Supplier",send us message,and let us know the product you are interested in,you will get reply within 12 hours.
Q3:Which kind of payment terms do you accept?
A: You can pay by T/T,Western Union,Moneygram.
Q4:Can you give me a discount price?
A: Surely,it dependS on your qty.
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