Water Logic Offers Best RO Plants At Reasonable Prices In Pakistan

Reverse osmosis water purifiers in Pakistan

Over the last many years, Water logic has installed thousands of reverse osmosis (RO) units worldwide. Our expertise spans the food and beverage, pharmaceutical and energy industries. Our cost-effective systems use the latest advanced membrane technology for reliable and efficient water purification.

As they do not use chemicals, RO operating costs are low. Our RO plants are suitable for a wide range of water streams and can be used to descale and purify water from a variety of sources to ensure a reliable water supply. The SW line desalinates water for customers who want to use the sea as a water source.

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G1 RO compact system for light industry

Improved RO M1 for flows below 350 liters per hour

E1 RO for better tasting water: the choice of the hospitality and beverage industry

AquaClear SB 200″ chassis-mounted system for small areas, with pre-treatment

MFP Modular, compact and robust central RO

IWEvo, specially designed for salt water treatment

For seawater treatment SW, seawater production SW

Efficiency with Waterlogic reverse osmosis water purifiers

Waterlogic offers RO systems that can be transported quickly and installed even faster thanks to the latest high-efficiency membrane technology and proven robust design.” Waterlogic has decades of experience and thousands of RO systems worldwide. Read more about Waterlogic reverse osmosis water purification systems

Benefits of reverse osmosis (RO) water treatment systems

  • Significant cost savings
  • Increased energy efficiency
  • Improved overall system performance
  • Reduced plaque build-up
  • Excellent taste and clarity
  • Odorless rinsing
  • Use of reverse osmosis (RO) water.
  • Food and beverage production
  • Pre-treatment of boilers and cooling towers
  • Pre-treatment of high purity water systems
  • Production of biopharmaceuticals
  • Water jet cutting
  • Steam production and irrigation
  • Energy production

How do commercial and industrial water softening plants work?

The exchange takes place by passing hard water through beads of ion-exchange resin in a vessel at the appropriate pressure. In modern water softeners, the resin is made up of millions of tiny plastic beads, each of which is a negatively charged ion exchange resin. The ions used in this process (calcium, magnesium and sodium) are positively charged ions.

When the resin is in the ground state, the negatively charged resin sphere retains the positively charged sodium ions. When the calcium and magnesium come into contact with the resin spheres in the resin bath, the sodium ions are forced out of the exchange resin.


Eventually, all the exchange space in the resin will be occupied by calcium and magnesium and no further exchange of plasticizer will be possible. The resin should be worn out and in need of renewal.

Plasticizing resin is regenerated in salt water. During regeneration, the flow of process water from the water softener is stopped.

Brine is produced by mixing salt and water from the brine tank. The brine flows through the resin and comes into contact with the resin beads, which contain calcium and magnesium ions. Calcium and magnesium have a stronger charge than sodium, but the concentrated brine solution contains literally billions of weakly charged sodium ions.

Thus, the sodium ions displace the calcium and magnesium ions, which are less abundant. When the calcium and magnesium ions are exchanged, the positive sodium ions attract the negatively charged exchange sites in the resin.

Finally, all the exchange sites are occupied by sodium ions. The resin can be regenerated and prepared for the next annealing cycle.