The styles and capacities of the Industrial Water Filtration Systems have recently improved in leaps and bounds. These machines can now process at least 600 bottles within an hour and provide much cleaner water than before. This amount is six times more than the volume that most filtration systems could provide previously. In order to continue being competitive in the mid- and high-range industrial water filtration systems products, Chinese boiler suppliers are re-positioning the R&D in the direction of augmenting the performance of their products. The safety of the processed water is another subject that some manufacturers have been working on. Several manufacturers are beginning to sell systems with a mono-block base that protects the washing and filling tanks, stopping dust and other particulates from entering the system.
Moreover, pieces of the machine that are intended to have contact with the water are manufactured using corrosion-resistant stainless steel. In most of the recently sold Industrial Water Filtration Systems, three to five washing booths are attached, each being engineered to sterilize both the interior and exterior of the bottle simultaneously. For the best disinfection, the more advanced water bottling units are also provided with heating as well as drying functions. For a more effective and accurate unit, the stages of washing, filling and capping are fully automatic using a programmable logic controller (PLC). This is basically a specialized computer designed to accomplish multiple input and output processing. Manufacturers could acquire PLCs from Panasonic, Siemens and LG.
The reliable composition of modern industrial water filtration systems lets them withstand severe temperatures and excessive vibrations which help in adding to the useful lifespan of the machine. Considering things from the production angle, though, many bottled water manufacturers are not properly motivated to risk any capital on new technologies in industrial water filtration systems because of the intricate process of changing the system. They are worried that renovation may require replacing the entire operation, causing a potentially increase in the cost of manufacturing.