Industrial and commercial systems often require water treatment, whether it is to add to the longevity and improve the performance of a system, ease maintenance, or for purified water in end-use applications. RJ can help you find the right equipment for your water treatment demands and create a system that will optimize the whole of your operation. From industrial softeners to purification systems that meet the strictest requirements for medical laboratory work, RJ can meet your water treatment needs.
Marlo Incorporated offers top-of-the-line, high efficiency, in-depth media filtration systems for industrial and commercial applications. For removal of small particles, suspended solids, minerals, chlorides and salts, Marlo has the expertise to provide you with the filtration solution to meet your most stringent water treatment specifications.
Improve the performance and lifespan of your large-scale commercial and industrial water systems. Marlo Incorporated softener systems remove calcium and magnesium compounds – or limestone hardeners – helping to eliminate scaling in piping, process equipment, and heat exchange systems and to improve the effectiveness of cleaning and rinsing processes.
Reverse osmosis systems remove dissolved minerals, bacteria, particles, and organic impurities for the highest purity water needed for commercial and industrial processes. Marlo Incorporated RO machines economically purify water with the quality components and construction for reliable operation and consistently high performance.
Marlo Incorporated designs and manufactures both standard and custom engineered Industrial Ion Exchange Systems for an array of industrial applications including deionization (separate and mixed bed), dealkalizers, and condensate polishers.
For the highest quality in purified water suitable for lab use, Marlo Laboratory Water Systems are engineered to serve as the centralized, purified water source for academic, medical, and other research laboratory facilities. Marlo systems are designed to meet or exceed the Type I, II, III reagent-grade water platforms set forth by CAP/NCCLS or ASTM standards. Many systems can be with all the treatment equipment fully installed and factory-tested on a common skid package to minimize installation and start-up costs.