The PureBoxTM FX and FXM are two of several versions of the PureBoxTM product and are designed to treat naturally occurring waters (such as rivers,streams, lakes, or fresh water wells) that do not require removal of dissolved solids. They are also an excellent choice for pretreatment of reverse osmosis feed water including seawater desalination applications. The FX version utilizes a zeolite filtration media while the FXM utilizes high performance membrane filtration for superior suspended solids removal. The PureBoxTM FX and FXM series of treatment systems has a number of benefits that makes it an excellent choice for your water treatment application.
Portability — The system is completely self-contained in an intermodal shipping container. Simply unload the container, make piping and electrical connections, and start treating water.
RODI's high quality seawater desalination systems offer low cost of ownership along with dependable operation. Our containerized PureBox systems are shipped as complete, functioning systems and require a minimum of installation time and site preparation. More »
We provide high-quality treatment systems utilizing membrane-based and conventional technologies. Our systems are used in a multitude of applications including water reuse, emergency response, and process water treatment. More »
RODI's membrane-based treatment systems are excellent solutions for a number of waste treatment applications. Our containerized MBR systems are a good choice for any high BOD waste especially those applications that have space limitations. More »
The RODI Systems EZ SDIâ„¢ automatically and consistently monitors the silt density index of RO feed water. Operators can quickly and regularly check the effectiveness of the RO pretreatment system without bothering with labor-intensive manual tests. More »
We offer a complete line of high quality instruments and dedicated controllers for specific applications. More »
Chemical feed equipment ranging from individual pumps to complete skid-mounted systems. More »