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Reverse Osmosis of South Florida

Reverse Osmosis of South Florida
Fort Lauderdale
Florida
United States
Modular and framed watermaker systems

Since 1983, all the Dependable, Pure Water you need at a price you can afford now! … if you let us install what experts are calling the World’s Finest Watermakers!
Fresh, Brackish and Seawater units producing from 40 to 100,000+ Gallons per Day.
Designed to satisfy the product or office manager, homeowner, professional captain and chief engineers for supply ships, offshore platforms, megayachts, as well as remote resorts, luxury homes on Islands and Coasts.
Desalinators we distribute features include:
* Modular and framed watermaker systems with full monitoring with alarms for quality, operating pressures and fresh water flush upon shutdown.
* Upgraded units include comprehensive digital monitoring with maintenance scheduling. Optional equipment includes Ultraviolet lamps, remote panels, etc.
Since 1983, thousands of Reverse Osmosis and Filtration systems have been installed on such valuable clients as: Bertram Yachts, Donzi by Roscioli, Hatteras, Trinity Marine, Mercy Hospital Ship, Peter Hughes diving fleet of 7 , University of Miami, Outer Reef, Cheoy Lee; resorts and others include Sueno del Mar, Contadora, Tranquility Bay, Bair´ Lodge, TomCat Enterprises, Rum Cay, Casa Azul and Industria Salinera.
Worldwide Service & Parts Available for all brands: Land Based and Marine.
We Specialize in Providing Systems For:
• Ships, Yachts & Oil Platforms
• Hotels & Resorts
• Industrial Processes
• Waste Water Re-Use
• Municipalities
• Agriculture/Food Processing
• Beverages Industry
• Boiler Feed Water
• Electronics Industry
• Medical
• Lab/Pharmaceutical
• Residential/Office Filters, Softeners & Purifiers
* Distributors for FCI Watermakers

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