Purify water through reverse osmosis process
SLCE watermakers develops standard or tailor-made reverse-osmosis water treatment equipment.
Reverse osmosis is a process that desalts seawater or demineralized brackish water through the use of a semi-permeable membrane. This membrane allows molecules of water (H2O) to pass and blocks the salts as well as all the organic compounds. The water that passes through it is thus purified, mineral and drinkable.
For nearly 30 years, SLCE watermakers has been designing, manufacturing and selling reverse-osmosis water treatment equipment.
The company relies on the use of high quality components, strict manufacturing procedures and a dense and efficient global network of agencies around the world. This allows us to offer a very high level of quality and very reactive services.
SLCE watermakers exports 80% of its production all around the world and offers a complete range of units producing from 1 to over 1500 m3/day of fresh, industrial or ultra pure water .
SLCE watermakers equipment are offered in standard or tailor-made according to your constraints and technical requirements.
The expertise of SLCE watermakers in the field of reverse osmosis water treatment allows it to meet any type of requirement.
Whether it is desalinators meeting shock resistance constraints in the military navy, very compact units that can be integrated into small vessels, ATEX units in the offshore sector or equipment producing ultra pure water in the nuclear and hospital sectors , SLCE watermakers has the know-how required to carry out any projects.
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Nautic (Salon Nautique de Paris)
Come and visit us at the “Nautic” in Paris from 2 to 10 December 2017. We will welcome you on the stand of our distributor SEIMI.
Come and visit us at EUROPORT exhibition from 7 to 10 November 2017 in Rotterdam/THE NETHERLANDS. We will be located on French Pavilion, stand n° 8422.
SLCE watermakers will be exhibiting at “METS” in Amsterdam/THE NETHERLANDS from 14 to 16 November 2017. Come and visit us, there will be some units in display.