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Pure2o Safety with Budget
Published: January 8, 2019
Now the ability to make the next step from a portable water purification to a fully crash tested Van or Trailer Mounted System.
The Pure2o™ van-mount range has undergone
a complete ground up revision resulting in an
impressive 10% weight reduction for improved
payload capacity as well as a 100mm lower
centre of gravity for improved vehicle handling.
In addition the Pure2o™ range boasts tech
options to improve filter performance, RO
membrane life and water quality worthy of the
Greek Sea Gods whose names they bear. With
new tech such as periodic auto-flush, ROMS™
and PDI™, Pure2o™ water quality moves into the
sub zero ppm range.
Window Cleaners are learning more about the
spot free benefits of cleaning windows with
ultra pure water measured in the meg Ω range
and Pure2o™ is taking its place as a premium
brand manufacturer. With a 10year stainless steel
chassis warranty, FMVSS-208 crash tested design
and a host of meg Ω tech Pure2o™ represents the
best value for money truck-mount systems in the
PFS™ – Periodic Flush System. On start up
this feature automatically flushes the Reverse
Osmosis Membrane for a period of 2 minutes.
Thereafter the RO is flushed for 2 minutes every
hour during the filling process.
ROMS™ – Reverse Osmosis Maintenance System.
At the end of each tank fill, pure water is diverted
to the RO membrane housing. Leaving the RO
membrane bathing in pure water between fills
ensures that dissolved solids (found in tap water)
do not foul the membrane. Further, dissolved solids
that are not removed from the membrane surface
during Periodic Auto Flush cycles are absorbed by
the pure water during the ‘rest period’ to be flushed
away during the first flush on startup.
PDI™ – Perpetual De-ionisation. This feature
considerably extends DI resin contact time. Ultra
purification is achieved by repeated exposure of
purified water to the final DI polishing stage
More Information ? Ph 1300 88 45 66 or www.ionicsystems.com.au
Last updated: January 9 2019