Reverse Osmosis System- For High Fluoride & TDS

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Reverse Osmosis System- For High Fluoride & TDS

KSh 330,000.00

Reverse Osmosis System- For High Fluoride & TDS 

They have the following features:

  • Pre-chlorination.
  • Flocculation.
  • Sand filtration.
  • Carbon filtration.
  • Birm filters.
  • PH adjustment.
  • Activated alumina.
  • Capacities range from 250 ltrs/h—3000 ltrs/hr.

These are ideal for treating underground water with a high mineral concentration that necessitates a more rigorous method of mineral removal. They are able to remove minerals from water at up to 96% reduction levels using membrane technology while retaining vital minerals that are healthy for consumption. Reverse osmosis is one of the most popular treatment methods they employ.


STEP 1: Pump water through a filter made of sand media to remove any suspended particles that could clog the RO membranes.
STEP 2: To prevent scaling of the RO membranes, an anti-scalant must be added to the water. GE Hypersperse MSI 310 antiscalant will be continually supplied to the pipeline before to the RO process takes place.
STEP 3: To retain the natural taste and stability of the water, a chemical dosing pump with a chemical tank will be used to modify the PH.
STEP 4: The “pre-treated” water will then be sent through a reverse osmosis unit, which will lower the TDS and condition the water. This water can subsequently be stored in a clean water tank (as determined by the client).

STEP 5: Before bottling, the water will be pumped through a cartridge filter and UV for sterilization, or chlorination if the water is provided directly to points of consumption.

Reverse Osmosis System- For High Fluoride & TDS

At Saset Ltd, we are experts and market leaders in manufacturing of water vending machines and equipment in Kenya. The Saset reverse osmosis systems for water with high fluoride & total water dissolved solids are the best quality water purification machines in Kenya that are highly sought after by water vending business hospitals, beverage making companies among other businesses that need highly purified water.

The RO systems are suitable for treating the following types of water:

  • High Quality Reverse Osmosis Systems made in KenyaBorehole water: This is water that is extracted from underground aquifers using a borehole or a well. Borehole water may contain high levels of fluoride, iron, salinity, hardness, and other contaminants that affect its taste, quality, and safety. The RO systems can remove these impurities and produce clean and safe drinking water.
  • Saline water (sea/ocean water): This is water that has a high concentration of dissolved salts, mainly sodium chloride. Saline water is not suitable for human consumption or irrigation, as it can cause dehydration, health problems, and soil degradation. The RO systems can desalinate saline water and make it fresh and potable.
  • Dirty river water: This is water that is collected from rivers or streams that may be polluted by human or animal activities, industrial waste, agricultural runoff, or natural disasters. Dirty river water may contain harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites, chemicals, metals, and organic matter that can cause diseases and infections. The RO systems can filter out these pollutants and purify dirty river water.

The RO system produces purified water (permeate) from feed water by rejecting all organic and inorganic ingredients via a semi-permeable membrane system. The RO system divides the incoming feed stream into two effluent streams:

  1. Because the permeate (treated water) flows through reverse osmosis membranes, it contains significantly fewer dissolved mineral salts and organics for use (usually 96% rejection ratio). The designed recovery of the RO machine is 50-75%.
  2. The concentrate (reject water) is the stream that slowly passes past the membrane surface, retaining the contaminants separated from the permeate stream. A particular minimum flow of ‘concentration’ is required to prevent the RO membranes from ‘fouling’ due to the removed mineral salts and organic components.

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  • Pre-chlorination: This is a process of adding chlorine to the raw water to disinfect it and kill any microorganisms that may be present. Pre-chlorination also helps to oxidize iron and manganese, which can cause staining and clogging of the RO membranes.
  • Flocculation: This is a process of adding chemicals called coagulants to the pre-chlorinated water to form flocs or clumps of suspended solids. Flocculation enhances the removal of turbidity, color, organic matter, and other impurities by sedimentation or filtration.
  • Sand filtration: This is a process of passing the flocculated water through a bed of sand or gravel to trap and remove the flocs and other particles. Sand filtration improves the clarity and quality of the water and protects the RO membranes from fouling.
  • Carbon filtration: This is a process of passing the sand-filtered water through a bed of activated carbon to adsorb chlorine, organic compounds, odors, tastes, and other contaminants. Carbon filtration also improves the taste and odor of the water and prolongs the life of the RO membranes.
  • Birm filters: These are filters that use a media called birm to remove iron and manganese from the water. Birm filters work by catalyzing the oxidation of iron and manganese into insoluble forms that can be filtered out. Birm filters reduce the staining and scaling caused by iron and manganese in the water.
  • PH adjustment: This is a process of adding chemicals such as soda ash or caustic soda to the carbon-filtered water to adjust its pH level. PH adjustment is important to prevent corrosion or scaling of the RO membranes and pipes. The optimal pH range for RO systems is between 6.5 and 8.5.
  • Activated alumina: This is a media that uses aluminum oxide to remove fluoride from the water. Activated alumina works by adsorbing fluoride ions onto its surface. Activated alumina can reduce the fluoride concentration in the water to below 1 ppm, which is the recommended limit by the World Health Organization.
  • Capacities range from 250 ltrs/h—3000 ltrs/hr: This means that the RO systems can produce different amounts of purified water per hour depending on their size and configuration. The capacities range from 250 liters per hour to 3000 liters per hour.

Order a reverse osmosis water purifier from us today

To order a reverse osmosis water purifier from Saset Ltd, you can use any of the following methods:

  • Call us: You can call us at +254 727 38 48 26 or +254 101 74 74 47 and speak to one of our friendly and helpful staff. They will guide you through the ordering process and answer any questions you may have.
  • Use WhatsApp: You can also use WhatsApp to send us a message at +254 727 38 48 26 or +254 101 74 74 47. You can send us your name, location, and the product you want to order. We will reply to you as soon as possible and confirm your order.
  • Send an email: You can also send us an email at with your name, location, and the product you want to order. We will reply to you within 24 hours and confirm your order.
  • Use the contact form: You can also use the contact form on our [contact us] page to place your order. You just need to fill in your name, email, phone number, location, and the product you want to order. We will get back to you shortly and confirm your order.

You can also search for us on Google or visit our office/showroom in Ruiru, Kimbo, Thika Road, at the Toll Station bus stop. We are next to the Rubis Petrol station.

We look forward to hearing from you and serving you with our quality products and services.

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