Healthcare facility water treatment system
reverse osmosis

healthcare facility water treatment system
healthcare facility water treatment system
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Applications
for healthcare facilities
Technology
reverse osmosis

Description

Sterile Processing Water Systems – up to 300 GPH Water treatment systems for central sterile processing For Applications Requiring Up To 300 Gallons Per Hour AmeriWater’s complete water treatment system for central sterile processing provides high quality low conductivity water for washers, disinfectors, glassware washers, steam boilers and final rinses used in hospitals. They are designed to use a minimum of valuable floor space while providing high quality water. Field proven in medical facilities across North America, AmeriWater’s central sterile water treatment systems are designed to minimize maintenance and deliver greater energy efficiency while providing cleaner water for cleaning, disinfecting, and sterilization. Pre-carbon block filter Reverse osmosis unit purifies your water Anti-scalant feed reduces hard water scale on RO Controller with conductivity feed and product water Simple disinfection cycle Storage tank with sealed lid and distribution pump ensures continuous pure water for your systems Low feed pressure system shutdown / alarm High conductivity alarm Storage tank empty pump shutdown Drain: One 1½” Floor Drain or Sink Feed Water Quality: Potable Drinking Water Standards Feed Water Temperature: Between 41°F – 90°F (Ideal 77°F) Feed Water Flow Minimum: 10 GPM Feed Water Pressure Min./Max.: 20/50 PSI Projected Rejection: > 96% Distribution Pump Output: 70 GPM at 30 PSI Electrical: One 115V, 15 Amp Dedicated Circuit, Single Ph One 208V, 15 Amp, Dedicated Circuit, Three Ph One 220V, 15 Amp, Dedicated Circuit, Single Ph

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