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jistre (Mechanical) (OP)
11 Jan 10 18:02
I've been asked to investigate some large RO systems that would be for industrial use in the 250+ GPH range.  I can find sources for the equipment and information all day long on the internet, but I suspect that I'm seeing some information that is for identical units that may have been licensed and rebranded.

I'm trying to compare some of the major players in the game, and figured you guys might be able to rattle off a few that I can look at directly (i.e. Siemens, GE, etc.) so that I can more target my search for information.  If or when I need a distributor, judging from what I've seen, I should be able to do without help.

Thanks, guys.
bimr (Civil/Environmental)
11 Jan 10 19:14
Siemens, GE, Degremont Technologies - Infilco, Layne Western are some of the bigger RO system integrators.
jistre (Mechanical) (OP)
13 Jan 10 10:52
Thanks, bimr
 

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