Exprt B1-20000 Commercial RO System for Drinking Water & Hydroponic Applications (20000 GPD)

SKU: b1-20000-ro
Sale Price $15,250.00 Listed Price $19,825.00
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● Ideal for a wide variety of water purification applications such as private
residences, restaurants, cafes, car washes, breweries, medical offices,
laboratories, schools, aquariums, hydroponics, or wherever a large quantity of
ultra-pure filtered water is needed.
● 20" 5-micron sediment pre-filter removes sediment, rust, and other debris while
extending the life of the filter cartridges.
● High-efficiency TFC reverse osmosis membranes removes up to 99% of
contaminants including difficult-to-remove impurities like arsenic,lead, nitrate,
fluoride, mercury, and more, leaving you with the purest and cleanest water
● Made with high-quality, durable materials and parts. Built to last, giving you many
years of worry-free operation.
● Lifetime Technical Support: If you have any issues with your product, please
contact us immediately. Our customer service team and technical support are
ready to help.
● Designed and assembled in the USA

The APEX EXPRT Titan is a heavy-duty commercial-grade reverse osmosis system,capable of producing up to 20,000 gallons of ultra-pure water daily (with larger capacities available upon request). Built with premium components like a multi-stage pump for optimal efficiency, ultra-low energy membranes, and stainless steel housings for lasting durability. The Titan can be tailored to accommodate specific site requirements or applications, guaranteeing that each of our reverse osmosis systems serves as a successful solution for water treatment. The RO system undergoes extensive testing for both performance and leaks before it leaves our facility to ensure that the system will arrive in perfect working condition.

If you are not sure if this is the right system for you or have any questions, speak with one of our technical support agents at 1-(844)-338-5520.



Effectively removes up to 99% of contaminants like heavy metals (arsenic, lead, iron, mercury, and more), harmful chemicals (fluoride, chlorine, chloramine), PFAS(forever chemicals), and plus 1000 more and reduces TDS (total dissolved solids)levels.


The recycling valve allows you to reuse some waste water the system produces, helping you conserve water.


Uses stainless steel membrane housing for durability & longevity.



Can produce up to 5,000 to 10,000 gallons per day. Other sizes available.


Assembled using durable, high-quality parts for longevity.


System runs fully automatic. Free up your time for what matters most.


  • Low Energy Membranes
  • Manual On and Off Switch
  • Sediment Pre-Filter (20 Micron)
  • Vertical Multistage Centrifugal Pump
  • Dual TDS monitoring with Digital Display
  • Low Operation and Maintenance Costs
  • Easy Maintenance and Service
  • Powder Coated Aluminum Frame
  • Stainless Steel Membrane Housing




Food & Restaurants

Car Washes


Proper Pre-Treatment is Recommended

A reverse osmosis system with proper pre-treatment, can extend the longevity of the system, safeguarding your investment. Pre-treatment is required for well water and regions with hard water. The Aquaguard offers two standard pre-treatment options and can be tailored to your specific needs. Give us a call for more details.

Pre-Treatment Options:

EXPRT Chlorine, Chloramine, and Chemical Removal Filter

Using a heavy-duty catalytic carbon system is an excellent way to safeguard the RO membrane from damage, making it the ideal pre-treatment. Chlorine and other chemicals can damage the RO membrane, reducing its effectiveness and lifespan. The heavy-duty filter with carbon is designed to remove harmful chemicals such as chlorine and chloramine from water. In addition to chlorine and chloramine, this filter can also reduce pesticides, THM, TCE, PCB, pharmaceuticals, herbicides, VOCs, industrial solvents, and hundreds of other chemicals.


  • Removes up to 99% of chlorine, and reduces chloramine, pesticides, and other chemicals.
  • Protects the RO membrane from chlorine & other harsh chemicals.
  • Heavy-duty, commercial-grade system.
  • Carbon can last up to 1-2 years.
  • Made from parts & media that comply with NSF/ANSI Standards.

EXPRT Water Softener for Removing Hard Minerals

Pre-treating a commercial reverse osmosis system with a water softener can provide various advantages. The performance and lifespan of the RO membrane can be improved by minimizing mineral buildup and scaling, which can negatively impact its efficiency. In addition, using a water softener can result in long-term cost savings by reducing the frequency of maintenance and replacement required for the RO membrane. It can also prevent harm to equipment and fixtures caused by hard water.



  • Removes hard minerals to prevent scaling.
  • Preserves the lifespan of the RO membrane by protecting it from scale buildup.
  • Heavy-duty, commercial grade system.
  • Water softening resin can last up to 2-3 years.
  • Made from parts & media that comply with NSF/ANSI Standards.


* Water storage tank required for residential home applications

* The RO System's production rate is widely adopted by the water industry as a standard measure. According to industry specifications, these ideal conditions consist of water with Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) of less than 2,000 ppm and a temperature of 77°F. If the TDS levels are substantially higher or the temperature is much lower, the system's production rate may be significantly affected.

* For TDS levels above 2,000 ppm, or if you reside in a region where the water temperature is significantly higher or lower than 77° degrees °F, we recommend consulting with one of our certified water specialists before selecting a system. In some cases, a pretreatment application may be required to attain your desired water treatment goals.


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What is a commercial RO water filter system, and how does it work?

A commercial reverse osmosis (RO) water filter system is a water treatment system designed for larger-scale applications, such as businesses, restaurants, and industrial facilities. It uses a process called reverse osmosis, where water is forced through a semipermeable membrane to remove impurities, contaminants, and minerals, resulting in purified water.

What are the benefits of using a commercial RO water filter system?

Commercial RO water filter systems offer several benefits, including:

  • High-quality water: RO systems effectively remove various impurities, including bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and heavy metals, ensuring clean and safe water for consumption or other purposes.
  • Improved taste and odor: By removing contaminants, RO systems enhance the taste and odor of water, making it more appealing.
  • Cost-effective: Investing in a commercial RO system can be cost-effective in the long run compared to purchasing bottled water or relying on other water treatment methods.
  • Versatility: RO systems can be customized to meet specific water quality requirements, making them suitable for a wide range of commercial applications.

What maintenance is required for a commercial RO water filter system?

Regular maintenance is essential to ensure the optimal performance of a commercial RO water filter system. This typically includes:

Periodic filter replacements: RO systems have multiple filters that need to be replaced at regular intervals to maintain their effectiveness. The frequency of filter replacements depends on factors such as water quality and usage.

Membrane cleaning: The RO membrane may require periodic cleaning to remove accumulated deposits and extend its lifespan.

System inspections: Regular inspections help identify any leaks, malfunctions, or other issues that may affect the system's performance.

How can I determine the right commercial RO water filter system for my needs?

Choosing the appropriate commercial RO system depends on factors such as:

Water quality: Assess the quality of your source water to determine the specific contaminants and impurities that need to be addressed.

Water demand: Consider the volume of water required for your commercial activities to ensure the system can meet your needs.

Space availability: Determine the available space for installing the system, as some models may require more space than others.

Budget: Establish a budget that aligns with your requirements, considering both the initial investment and ongoing maintenance costs.

Are commercial RO water filter systems energy-efficient?

Commercial RO systems typically require a certain amount of energy to operate due to the pressure needed for the reverse osmosis process. However, advancements in technology have led to more energy-efficient models. When selecting a commercial RO system, look for energy-saving features and certifications that indicate higher energy efficiency.

Can a commercial RO water filter system remove all contaminants from water?

Commercial RO systems are highly effective at removing a wide range of contaminants, including dissolved solids, chemicals, bacteria, and viruses. However, it's important to note that RO systems may not eliminate certain gases, some volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and certain types of bacteria or viruses. To ensure comprehensive water purification, additional treatment methods may be required, depending on the specific contaminants present in the water source.