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Why is CRS better than traditional purification?

Performance

High Water Recovery

Low Operating Cost / Energy Usage

Reduced fouling

Size and simplicity of the Capacitive Recovery Systems

Retention of minerals for drinking water

Capacitive Recovery has a unique ability to remove a wide range of ionic contaminants dissolved in waste water including arsenic, ammonia, nitrates, hardness, heavy metals, iron and boron.

Compared to conventional RO systems that typically waste more than 50% of water. Capacitive Recovery systems waste less than 20%, resulting in long-term conservation of ground water.

Capacitive Recovery requires no chemical cleaners and consumes minimal power. There is no high pressure pump repair or maintenance, no high pressure membranes and no moving parts.

The capacitive recovery process involves regularly reversing polarity, acting as a self-cleaning mechanism. No chemicals are required to clean the system.

A typical Capacitive Recovery System requires less space to operate than alternative technologies and the systems can be managed with no specialist training.

Capacitive Recovery Systems have the flexibility to retain desired levels of minerals to meet WHO standards for mineral content, vital in drinking water applications. It does not necessarily lead to complete demineralisation.