Drinking Water Filling Production Line

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Update:Feb, 28 /2024

Drinking Water factories play a crucial role in safeguarding people's health, with the process selection of water production systems being fundamental to ensuring water quality. The Drinking Water bottling production line is a vital component of this system, divided primarily into three main parts: pretreatment, reverse osmosis unit, and precision treatment. The system's combined structure aims to minimize space occupation, facilitate transportation, and maintenance.

Features and Advantages:

  • Equipped with online water quality analyzers for real-time monitoring and quality assurance of the produced water.
  • Utilizes a stainless steel framework for corrosion resistance and easy cleaning of the purification equipment.
  • Automatic flushing functionality for membrane components upon startup, with adjustable flushing time ranging from 2 to 10 minutes.
  • Incorporates a cleaning and maintenance system to periodically clean and maintain equipment, thereby prolonging the lifespan of reverse osmosis membranes.
  • Includes a wastewater recycling device to promote water reuse, enhance water resource utilization, and reduce operational costs.


  • Preventing filter material from entering the reverse osmosis unit is crucial. This involves selecting appropriate filter outlet devices to prevent sand and activated carbon leakage and choosing compatible activated carbon to prevent powder shedding during usage.
  • Establishing an independent water supply system ensures stable operation and minimizes momentary impacts on the entire plant's water supply network during RO system start-up and shutdown. When the RO unit directly draws water from the raw water supply network, high and low-pressure protection facilities should be installed to mitigate fluctuations in municipal water pressure.
  • Compatibility between chemicals and between chemicals and membrane materials should be considered. In RO systems, various chemicals like coagulants, flocculants, disinfectants, reducing agents, and scale inhibitors are commonly used simultaneously. Therefore, selecting chemically compatible agents is essential to ensure system stability. For instance, cationic coagulants are often used since colloids in natural water typically carry a negative charge.

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