Its water purification system has combined R/O (Reverse Osmosis) and U/F (Ultra Filtration) systems. The water purification stage consists of a sand filter, a carbon filter, an ultra-filter, a water softener, a micro-filter, an R/O filter, a mixed bed filter, EDI, and a water tank.
Shinsan's water purification system can be installed at any location of water resources in a simple and easy way without mobilizing many facilities or employing much labor to do engineering works or to secure storage space. Another advantage is that it can be connected to photovoltaic power generation facilities even if there is no electricity.
According to KOTRA news on overseas markets, China's water treatment market was worth RMB 200 billion in 2015. The World Bank statistics in 2016 show that water resources in China totaled 2.818 trillion cubic meters in 2016. Notwithstanding a country of water shortage, China's surface water was found 40 percent contaminated.
"China's demand for water purification system is expected to be very large," an official of Shinsan said, "Our decision to launch our water treatment system in the Chinese market was timely and reasonable."
Shinsan, which started business in 2003, is highly regarded at home and abroad for its technological superiority of container type reverse osmosis water purification system since it switched to a corporation in August 2008.
More information on Shinsan’s water purification system is available at http://shinsan.kr/en/main/