If you have started searching for a reverse osmosis (RO) water filtration or purification system for your small business, you may be aware that there are both residential and commercial systems available. Residential systems may provide up to a few gallons of water per day while commercial systems have significantly higher capabilities with more advanced filtration features available. Residential systems may be more affordable, but commercial systems may be superior in many ways. For a small business, you may be torn between the two options.
Making Your Decision
The two most important factors to consider when determining which type of system to purchase for your small business both relate to your need. Think about how much purified water you need access to each day, and think about how pure the water needs to be. While cost may be a concern, it is most important to find a filter that meets your needs first.
Some businesses need to use an RO system of moderate capacity to produce goods, process raw ingredients, or any number of other purposes. Others may need to invest in a powerful and advanced commercial RO system that produces more purified water. In the end, it all boils down to your business needs.