Reverse osmosis technology from BWT
Reverse osmosis technology has been popular in the gastronomy business for many years. The challenge has always been the ease of installation, service and operation of the machines. Extensive technological expertise was required here.
BWT water+more has virtually reinvented the concept of reverse osmosis. The primary objective here was its simple and efficient use with regard to the specific requirements of the gastronomy sector.
The result is a genuine revolution: BWT bestaqua ROC Technology.Whether for coffee machines, professional dishwashers, ovens, combination steamers, or any other applications for which regular tap water needs to be purified: The BWT bestaqua ROC product concept offers unique practical solutions in every case.
The distinguishing feature of this new generation device is the innovative membrane module. At first glance, it looks like one of the BWT water+more water filters which have proven their worth millions of times over. The inner workings of this module, however, are special. It is equipped with one of the most high-performance membranes in the world from BWT, which runs and runs ... maintenance free and always highly efficiently.
The BWT bestaqua ROC reverse-osmosis system shows its strengths in particular if the levels of concomitant substances in the raw water or the pure water requirements are high. And where there is a need for standardised water optimisation that delivers reliable results worldwide.
BWT bestaqua ROC concept goes even further! Depending on the area of application, the desired mineral content can be adjusted in a targeted, individual manner and monitored live via an app.
Moreover, for coffee applications, the permeate obtained in this targeted manner is specially mineralised through a downstream mineralisation stage. BWT Magnesium Technology makes it possible!
How does reverse osmosis work?Essentially, the raw water is forced through a special membrane under pressure, practically all the dissolved salt (ions) are thus retained (in the concentrate) in order to obtain the purest and virtually salt-free water (in the permeate).