• Custom Engineered

    Water Treatment Solutions

    For Your Exact Needs

Providing Innovative, Energy Efficient, High Volume

WATER PROCESSING and PURIFICATION

SWR Company provides advanced technology, chemical additive free water purification solutions. Systems are designed for specific customer needs for maximum efficiency at minimum capital and operating cost. With SWR systems, you get the results you want at the least cost because you buy only what you need. Our proprietary NeptuneCF modular purification system is the most efficient apparatus for the removal of biological, organic and chemical contaminants. Due to SWR’s advanced oxygenation technology, it uses only 20% of the electrical energy of the nearest competing device per volume of water treated.

Additional components may include:

  • Pretreatment for turbidity by cyclonic precipitation as opposed to high maintenance filtration media
  • Electric coagulation
  • Removal of dissolved inorganics, such as salt, by a process using one fifth of the energy of reverse osmosis.

We do not offer pre-packaged, one size fits all systems. Each customer engagement begins with our thorough analysis of your water source and your exact needs, such as fit for municipal treatment, fit for discharge into water course, potable water, or purification for specific application or ingredient. After analysis, our engineers will propose a system for your exact needs. Once it is approved, our real work begins. We assemble the system in our facility from the most efficient and cost effective components. We then test it and run it in with your source water. We have the capability of bringing in hundreds of gallons for this stage of the process. When we, and you, are satisfied with the system, we break it down and re-assemble it on site, run it in and prove it. On site service is available from SWR for the life of the system. Contact us to find out how we can help with your water treatment needs.

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Our President, Greg Scheurer, demonstrating our technology to youngsters from the New England Science and Sailing (NESS) program.