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Water Filtering System Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of water filtering system manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top water filtering system manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find water filtering system companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture water filtering systems to your companies specifications. Then contact the water filtering system companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of well water filters, waste oil water filter, membrane for water filters, or customized water filtering systems of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Middletown, CT 800-543-5843

    The applications for our filtration systems are varied and include industries such as petrochemicals, transformer oils, bio-diesel, process gasses, and liquid filtration for control processes. We offer the quality filtration products that can help these industries get the job done right. You can learn more about us when you visit our website or give us a call today!

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  • Evansville, WI 800-523-1327

    Harvard Corporation systems has been providing top of the line filtration systems for almost 50 years. Our high-purity filters and filtration systems, coupled with innovative technology, trap the impurities found in new and old fluids. We proudly serve a clientele ranging from OEM, government, mobile equipment, marine, and industrial equipment. Call Harvard Corporation today for information on our filtration systems.

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  • Tinton Falls, NJ 800-859-9212

    Eaton delivers innovative liquid filtration solutions to optimize performance, quality and productivity. Our customers worldwide know they can trust Eaton to provide the pipeline strainer, mechanically cleaned filter, tubular backwashing filter, filter bags and cartridges, or gas/liquid separator that meets their exact requirements without compromise.

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  • Salt Lake City, UT 801-953-0070

    All Filters is a premiere online store that sells water filtration and air filtration products. We carry a complete line of water filters, including pitcher filters, undersink filters, reverse osmosis systems, whole house units, water softeners, refrigerator filters, shower filters, camping filters, and even garden filters. We also carry 1" air conditioner and furnace filters for your home.

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  • Janesville, WI 800-451-0028

    COMO Filtration Systems is dedicated to helping industry meet today's economic and environmental concerns dealing with industrial fluids. We design, engineer, and manufacture a quality line of filtration products that will help clean and recycle both petroleum and water based industrial fluids.

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Water Filtering Systems

Water filtering systems remove contaminants from water through the use of a thin obstruction, various chemicals or other methods. While most commonly used for the purification of drinking water, filtered water is also used for other various purposes, such as in aquariums, irrigation and in swimming pools. Water filtration can also be necessary in some industrial processes such as wet sandblast media reclamation.

Water filtering is a very important process. In developed economies, industrial water filtering takes place on very large scales in order to provide populations with sufficient quantities of safe drinking water. That water is also used for other purposes such as dish and clothes washing, both of which purposes require access to a source of water that meets a certain standard of cleanliness. In developing economies, small scale water filtration efforts are also essential to public health and well-being. Access to clean water is a major source of contention worldwide, which makes effective water filtration technologies very important. There are several different methods of filtering water. Each method offers different advantages, and each method is more appropriate in some circumstances than in others.

Electrodialysis (ED), for instance, uses membranes to desalinate or electrically concentrate solutions by allowing passage of either the positively or negatively charged ions, into which the salt was dissociated, while excluding the passage of ions of opposite charge. The membranes and other active surfaces have a tendency to become fouled or scaled. Electrodialysis reversal (EDR), on the other hand, deals with this problem by reversing the electrical current and exchanging the fresh product water and the concentrate wastewater streams within the membrane stack many times per hour. This process removes the fouling and scaling constituents from one cycle to the next. Reverse osmosis (RO) is a cost-effective pretreatment for ion-exchange demineralization that unloads 95-99 percent of dissolved salts, TOC and silica from the water supply. RO is a multi-stage process in which cylindrical pressure vessels house interconnected cellophane-like membrane elements with hole sizes of less than .0002 microns, through which incoming dirty water is forced. Other common water filtering methods include electrodeionization (EDI) and ultrafiltration (UF). Water filtering systems are necessary to purify contaminated or unclean water. Water filtration is common in the wastewater/sewage treatment, food and beverage processing, automotive/trucking, agricultural, pharmaceutical, chemical, mining, and pulp and paper industries.

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