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For business owners looking to improve their water quality, the cost of a water treatment system can be daunting — but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, businesses without the right system risk falling behind competitors on financial and environmental goals.
Water treatment systems are becoming increasingly important in commercial settings due to the need for businesses to keep their operating costs low and reduce the impact of water-related expenses on their overall financial bottom line. With that in mind, it is essential for business owners to understand the different types of commercial treatment systems and how they can use them to maximize cost savings.
This guide will provide an overview of the costs associated with different types of commercial water treatment, and cover the unique ways different industries spend on water filtration.
A wide variety of systems are available for any kind of commercial requirement:
UV sterilizers use ultraviolet light to kill bacteria and other microorganisms in the water supply. Your cost breakdown may be impacted by such factors as the system size and flow rate, the type of UV bulb employed, and maintenance costs arising from periodic bulb replacement. When measuring installation costs, consider the size, complexity, and location of the treatment system.
Reverse osmosis systems force water through a semipermeable membrane to remove dissolved salts and other impurities from the supply.
Most cost factors of a reverse osmosis system are expected; installation, size and complexity, and maintenance. For example, RO filters and cartridges should be professionally replaced every twelve months — this should be accounted for in your cost projections.
Softening systems use salt to filter out dissolved minerals from the water, making it softer and easier to use. These systems range significantly in price. Water softening can take on many forms, including salt-free, magnetic, or ion-exchange systems — more on those later. The type and quality of the system selected will have an impact on costs.
Activated carbon filters remove chemicals, odors, and other impurities from the water. Part of the ongoing cost of an activated carbon filtration system includes replacement carbon filters, cleaning, and backwashing.
Distillation systems use heat to evaporate water, leaving behind contaminants and other impurities. Upfront costs may be especially influenced by the quality of the still, heating element, and condenser.
These systems use an ion exchange process to remove dissolved minerals and other impurities from the water. (They fall into the water-softening category). The most impactful cost buckets are likely to be the ion-exchange resin and control valves, the former of which will require periodic replacement.
While those costs may seem steep, there are several long-term advantages to equipping your business with a commercial water treatment system:
While specific costs may vary, some factors play into the pricing of nearly every kind of water treatment system:
Manufacturing is far from the only sector that needs industrial water treatment. Let’s look at how water filtration differs between industries and settings:
Rayne Water provides commercial water treatment systems that use advanced filtration and softening technologies to remove contaminants and minerals from your water supply, resulting in clean, safe, and soft water for your business.
Rayne Water’s systems can be tailored to meet the specific needs of any commercial application, ensuring that you get the best possible results. Their products are designed to be efficient and cost-effective, making them an excellent choice for businesses looking for reliable water treatment solutions.
The right water treatment solutions can:
We know that choosing the right commercial water filtration system can be a daunting process, so let Rayne Water help you find the right solution for your business. With our years of experience in design, installation, and ongoing maintenance, you can ensure that your water treatment system will be up and running with minimal downtime. So contact Rayne Water today to get started!
Let’s recap some of the key takeaways from this guide:
Finding the right commercial water treatment system can be a time-consuming process. But with Rayne Water by your side, you can rest assured that you’re getting the best possible solution for your business needs. Reach out to us today to get started!
And as always, be mindful of how important it is to keep your water clean, safe, and healthy — your friends, family, and employees will thank you!
The cost of a commercial water filtration system will depend on the type/size of the system needed and who performs the installation. Costs can range greatly depending on application and needs.
The best commercial water filtration system for a business will depend on its needs and budget. For heavy-duty sectors like manufacturing, industrial water treatment costs will vary greatly. Filters (like a reverse osmosis system) that are more suited for commercial users have more predictable costs.