Water Treatment System Maintenance

For the most economical and interference-free industrial water treatment system, having a regular service and maintenance routine in place will help to ensure that the water treatment system is operating at the desired performance.

Complete Water Solutions offers maintenance and service calls to ensure that the below water treatment solutions are functioning at their peak performance.

Preventive Maintenance & Service Options

     Pretreatment Systems like softeners, standard maintenance.
     Reverse osmosis systems: This includes exchanging membranes; Cleaning on site (CIP) by using chemicals, standard maintenance.
     Ion exchange plants; this includes loading and unloading resins and standard maintenance and service of the plants.
     CLO2 dosing systems, standard maintenance.
     Ozone systems, standard maintenance.
     Post-treatment: this includes ultraviolet (UV) sterilizers systems, standard maintenance.

Our trained service technicians specialize in the operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of all industrial and commercial water treatment systems and will make sure that your water system is monitored and maintained proactively.

Membrane Exchange Service & Maintenance

Membrane fouling is inevitable, even with the highest quality of inlet water! If periodic cleaning is not performed, then standard cleanings may not provide effective results. The result is often higher operating pressures, higher operating costs, less overall output, and lower quality results. For a typical Reverse Osmosis system, membrane exchange is required every 3 to 5 years, or sooner,  depending on the application.

Scale Fouled RO Membrane

On-Site RO System Cleaning (CIP)

Complete Water solutions is able to provide on-site cleaning of your RO system to maximize its performance. All Reverse Osmosis membranes will require periodic cleaning due to fouling and/or scaling of the RO membrane that occurs over time as the membrane continues to reject impurities from the feed water. The result is higher operating pressures, higher operating costs, less output, and poorer quality results. For a typical Reverse Osmosis system, membrane cleaning is required every 3 to 12 months depending on the application. Regular cleaning of the reverse osmosis systems can extend the lifetime of your assets while increasing efficiency

On-site cleaning can be carried out with visits to your site by our trained technicians. In addition to cleaning, our technicians will also provide all the technical support information in order to achieve the best results after the cleaning.

Chemicals used during the cleaning are brought on-site and a thorough membrane cleaning will be done using either the existing CIP system or another arranged by Complete Water Solutions. Need help with the maintenance on your RO system? Contact Complete Water Solutions today!