Desalination Systems

The SALTECH desalination systems range comprises a comprehensive set of standard and customised products developed and manufactured in South Africa. These products are based on the widely recognised process of reverse osmosis. This process has been under constant development since the first experimental systems were introduced in the 1950s.

SALTECH have successfully installed RO saltwater desalination systems in the following countries:
Angola, Kenya, Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Tanzania.


45LPH to 400 LPH


90LPH to 21000 LPH

Osmosea NEW12 S 30

Direct battery power supply, easy installation, compact dimensions and no electronics.

Solar Pro RO Clean 480

The RO Clean 480 is a purpose-built unit for the solar cleaning, window washing and car washing industries.

Reverse Osmosis Desalination Systems: The Sustainable Solution to Water Scarcity

As the global population continues to grow and climate change exacerbates water shortages, the need for reliable, cost-effective, and environmentally-friendly water purification solutions has never been more pressing. Reverse osmosis desalination systems stand out as a proven technology that can transform saltwater into clean, potable water, addressing the pressing issue of water scarcity.

Reverse osmosis is a highly efficient water filtration process that uses semi-permeable membranes to remove dissolved salts, minerals, and other contaminants from seawater or brackish water. By applying pressure to the saline solution, the system forces water molecules through the membrane, leaving behind the salts and impurities. The result is pure, fresh water that can be used for a variety of domestic, agricultural, and industrial applications.

One of the key advantages of reverse osmosis desalination is its sustainability. Unlike traditional water treatment methods that rely on energy-intensive processes or chemical treatments, reverse osmosis systems operate using renewable energy sources, such as solar or wind power. This not only reduces the carbon footprint of the water purification process but also makes it a viable solution for remote or off-grid communities.

Moreover, reverse osmosis desalination systems are highly scalable, allowing them to be tailored to the specific needs of a community or region. From small-scale residential units to large-scale industrial plants, these versatile systems can provide a reliable and consistent supply of clean water, even in areas with limited freshwater resources.

As the world grapples with the challenges of water scarcity, reverse osmosis desalination stands out as a proven, sustainable, and cost-effective solution that can help ensure access to clean, safe water for generations to come.

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