Enhanced Quality

Commercial Water filtration systems effectively remove contaminants such as sediments, chlorine, heavy metals, bacteria, and other impurities. Proper filtration ensures that the water is safe for consumption, use in industrial processes, and meets health and safety standards.


Extended Lifespan

By filtering out particulates and other contaminants, these systems prevent scale buildup and corrosion in pipes, boilers, cooling towers, and other water-using equipment. This process This prolongs the lifespan of the equipment, reduces maintenance costs, and improves operational efficiency.


Cost Savings

Water filtration systems reduce the need for frequent repairs and replacements of equipment due to damage caused by poor water quality which leads to significant long-term cost savings.


Regulation Compliance

Many industries are subject to strict water quality regulations. Water filtration systems help businesses comply comply with these regulatory requirements, avoiding potential fines and legal issues.

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Providing The Top Service Water Filtration For Your Industry

Commercial water filtration systems are designed to remove impurities and contaminants from
water to meet the specific needs of businesses and industries. The filtration process includes
pre-filtration, primary filtration, and post-filtration. These systems ensure that water is safe,
clean, and suitable for various applications, ranging from drinking water to industrial processes.

Advantages of Commercial Water Filtration include:

  • Enhanced Quality
  • Extended Lifespan
  • Cost Savings
  • Regulation Compliance

Primary Industries That Can Benefit from Commercial & Industrial Water Filtration:

  • Food & Beverage
  • Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
  • Hospitality
  • Manufacturing
  • Agriculture
With over 100 years of combined industry experience, fair prices and a local team of water treatment
experts, you can be confident that we provide exceptional products, service and follow-up.

Why Choose Us?


Established Trust

We are a family-run company with two-plus decades of innovation & research

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Custom Services

Western Reserve never charges for consultations and will give you a FREE water analysis

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Love Local

Professional application engineers in house on staff just a drive away

Hear It From The Industry

“As a lab technician at a premier medical research facility, our transition to Western Reserve’s water softening solutions has been an asset. The consistent, high-quality water has eradicated previous inconsistencies, saving us time and dollars. Its low maintenance have allowed us to concentrate on groundbreaking medical research. This system has been instrumental in advancing our research capabilities.”
– Major Northeast Ohio Medical Provider
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ANSI/AAMI ST108 – Are You Prepared?

In 2023, a new standard for water quality in medical device processing arrived, which replaced outdated guidelines and made the bar higher for patient safety. Western Reserve specializes in helping healthcare providers understand and implement water grades for different stages, design systems and monitoring, and working with your water management platform.

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End-To-End Membrane Cleaning – Available Nationwide!

Save your time, money and effort by having Western Reserve Pure Water clean your existing membrane. We offer short turnaround time and loaners if needed. Shipping is an easy process, and we offer service and maintenance plans. We have customers anywhere across the U.S.


Commercial water filtration systems eliminate various contaminants like sediments, chlorine, heavy metals (such as lead and mercury), organic compounds, bacteria, viruses, and dissolved solids. The specific contaminants removed depend on the filtration technology used, such as activated carbon, reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, and UV sterilization.

Selecting the right system involves assessing your water quality needs, the volume of water required, and the specific contaminants present in your water supply. Contacting your local water treatment specialist to conduct a water quality test is essential to identifying the contaminants and recommending the correct system to meet your unique water needs.

Maintenance requirements differ based on the system’s type and complexity. Usually, it involves monitoring water quality, replacing filters and membranes, cleaning components, checking for leaks or damage, and conducting routine inspections and preventive maintenance.

Commercial water filtration systems vary in cost based on type, capacity, and technologies used. Basic systems start at thousands of dollars, while more advanced systems can cost tens of thousands or more. It is important to consider upfront costs and long-term expenses when budgeting for a system.

The main benefits of using a commercial water filtration system are improved water quality, protection of equipment from scale and corrosion, cost savings through reduced maintenance and repairs, and compliance with health and safety regulations.