Commercial water filtration systems help companies save money every year. When you’re running a business, it’s important to have the hard facts – hardness and minerals in water cost businesses millions of dollars annually in:

  • Maintenance
  • Premature replacement of equipment
  • Plumbing repairs
  • Replacement of linens, towels and other laundry

Metro Water Filter Commercial Products

Metro Water Filter is the original provider of high-quality water treatment systems throughout the Atlanta Metro area as well as the Southeast. With more than 40 years of experience, we take pride in the services we provide and can say with confidence that we are second to none. You can trust us to provide all your commercial water filter needs.

Providing safe and pure water to a whole community is our number one priority, so we take extra care in our processes and aim to bring as many different services all under one roof. With all the possible impurities that can exist in our water supply, you should only trust the experts when it comes to the water that gets delivered to your door. Here are just some of the filtration solutions that we offer:

Commercial Reverse Osmosis

This kind of water purification system is highly adaptable and is used by a lot of commercial water filtration plants. Its system is based on RO technology and has proven to be an effective solution for removing bacteria, fluoride, and salts from the water.

Commercial UV Sterilization Filters

UV filters are one of the most efficient and effective methods to purify water by destroying microbes, bacteria, and other microorganisms. When the water passes through the UV light, it can kill protozoa, bacteria, and viruses that could be in it, making the water potable.

Commercial Water Filtration System

Industrial water filtration uses water filter technology powered by activated carbon to bind impurities and toxins in your water with carbon. These filters help to absorb contaminants and assist in the purification process. Carbon filters are generally used to get rid of chlorine from water.

In addition to these products, Metro Water Filter offers other various commercial products, including:

  • Water softeners
  • Chlorinators
  • Carbon filters
  • Conditioning filters
  • Boosting pumps
  • Coolers
  • Filling stations
  • Sediment filters
  • Iron filters
  • Acid water filters
  • Leak detection
  • Automatic shutoff systems

Why Do Businesses Need Commercial Water Filters?

Industrial water filter systems can serve a variety of industries, providing benefits to each. The vast quantities of pure water can be used daily for a wide range of purposes. Even more important is that purifying water can help to eliminate the negative impact that contaminated water may cause. Here are the various industries that will benefit from a robust and high-standard Industrial water filter system:

Water Filtration System for Hotels

Water quality is critically important to the hospitality and hotel industry. Taking the step to upgrade water quality takes a guest experience to a higher level. They’ll enjoy great-tasting water and ice, as well as softer, brighter linens. By reducing hardness and scale and iron buildup with softeners and filtration, your staff will find cleaning much easier, and require fewer detergents. Call us today for a water purifier for hotels. 

Water Filters for Grocery Stores

The quality of commercial water used in grocery stores and produce markets can have an impact on the perception and the quality of the vendor. Stores use produce misters to keep fruits and vegetables looking fresh and clean, but what is keeping your water fresh and clean? Call us today to learn more about food service water filtration systems. 

Restaurant Water Filtration System

Customer loyalty at restaurants depends largely on the first impression, which is the drinking water served before the meal. In addition to the drinking water at restaurants, clean water is critical to the food preparation process to keep patrons safe from bacteria and other causes of food poisoning.

Water Filters for Schools & Universities

The quality of water used in schools and universities is critical for student health, consistency in lab projects, equipment lifecycles, and reduced utility bills and other operating costs.

Water Filters for Property Management

Residents of an apartment complex or condo expect clean water for living and drinking. Keeping tenants safe and happy is important, and so is the keeping the condition of the building and pipes pristine. Commercial water filters for apartments are ideal for all aspects of your property management.

Hospital Water Treatment

Water quality is critically important to hospitals and healthcare professionals. It can mean the difference in a good outcome or possible infection. When it comes to healthcare water filtration systems, Metro Water Filter can provide priority support and ongoing service to keep your water quality at its best. Don’t take chances with the commercial water quality in your office or hospital.

Water Filter for Office Buildings

Employees in an office building must be kept hydrated, of course, and the expectation is that the drinking water be clean, crisp, and healthy when we drink it at work. Commercial water filters for office buildings will keep employees healthy and happy.

Water Softener for Auto Detailing

Clean and soft water will keep the vehicles in your car wash looking clean and soft. Commercial water filters for drive in car washes or hand-cleaning car washes must be installed in order to make sure customers do not leave with an assault to their paint job.

Laundromat Water Recycling Systems & Cleaners

Customers of laundromats want their clothes feeling fresh and clean, just as if they were washing their clothes at home. Minerals from hard or unclean water can leave freshly laundered clothes feeling rough and looking stiff.

Industrial Water Filters for Factories & manufacturing

Water can be the lifeblood of manufacturing, helping keep equipment cool or as a part of the manufacturing process. Industrial equipment used for manufacturing can be very expensive and using the right high quality commercial water in that equipment can reduce residue build up and keep things running smoother, longer.

Irigation Filtration Systems for Plant nurseries

Vegetation needs a few things to thrive, and the most important is water. The chemicals and minerals that have evolved into our water systems over human history makes for unnatural and unhealthy living for plants. Commercial water filters for plant nurseries are an ideal solution for keeping plants alive and happy.

Contact Metro Water Filter to learn more about commercial filters for your industry

With a water treatment system from Metro Water Filter, you’ll save on energy, plumbing repairs and general maintenance. You can extend the life of linens, fixtures and appliances, plus you can save on chemicals, detergents, coffee and other beverages made from concentrate. Your customers will also enjoy softer towels, cleaner glassware and better-tasting water, coffee, and beverages. Plus, your EcoWater dealer will be available for your business’ water softener service needs.

Because every business uses water differently, a Metro representative can assess your use and make recommendations. Please complete and submit the Commercial Water Treatment form.

Benefits of Using a Water Filtration System in a Business

As mentioned above, there are plenty of benefits to be reaped from providing your business with a water filtration system, which include the following:

  • Lower energy bills: Using filtered, high-quality water can help to reduce energy consumption, while lowering the risk of equipment malfunctions and downtime.
  • Reduces plumbing repair needs: Because industrial and commercial water filtration systems are designed to work at maximum efficiency, they place no strain on other equipment.
  • Reduces general maintenance costs: As a result of a well-oiled water filter, there’s no need to deal with other costs apart from the maintenance of the water filter.
  • Happy, returning customers: When you have clean water, your customers will be more satisfied. Rather than having to deal with contaminated water, they can drink and use it whenever they need to. 
  • Extended life of appliances: After eliminating contaminant build-up such as scale, your commercial water filtration system will help to extend the life of other equipment.

Frequently Asked Questions about Commercial Filtration Systems

What Types of Water Filters are Available Commercially?

As mentioned above, there are various kinds of water filters available for commercial use, each of which serves its purpose. Depending on what you’re looking to remove from your water supply, these are the options available to you:

  • Water softeners
  • Reverse osmosis
  • Chlorinators
  • Carbon filters
  • Conditioning filters
  • Boosting pumps
  • Coolers
  • Filling stations
  • Ultraviolet light bacterial removal system
  • Sediment filters
  • Iron filters
  • Acid water filters
  • Leak detection
  • Automatic shutoff system

How Do Commercial Water Filters Work?

Commercial water filters are designed to reduce the harmful and unwanted elements in the water. Water filtration is an important part of all water treatment processes, which goes through the following steps:

  1. Water is made to pass through a screen called a water filter media. This can be made from almost any metal, so long as it will allow water to pass while stopping solids from coming through.
  2. All the solids in the water will be blocked through this filter, and when solids come into contact with the filter, they will be trapped and made to collide with each other.
  3. A filter’s performance can be measured from the size of the space between the media and is known as the pore size. The smaller the pore size, the more contaminants are removed from the water. Moreover, a smaller pore size decreases the volume and rate with which your water is filtered.

What Do Commercial Water Filters Remove?

Water filters can remove various elements such as chlorine, lead, calcium, salt, minerals, carcinogens, and bacteria. Many water purification methods can eliminate a majority of these contaminants. However, this is nowhere near a complete list and many other impurities exist in all kinds of water supplies. This is why purchasing a high-quality water treatment system, not just any one, is important for your business.

How Do You Maintain Commercial Water Filters?

To provide maintenance for your commercial water filter, you need to schedule routine maintenance to ensure that it provides you with long-term service and adequate filtration. Make sure that you clean and replace the filter’s parts according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer. This will help to prevent a shutdown of the filter.

It’s also best to schedule a periodic inspection along with a replacement for the lubricating oil and the pumps as needed. Moreover, check the pressure and connectivity gauge for the filter parts as well as the reverse osmosis membrane to make sure that all are working as they should. Finally, clean the reverse osmosis membrane parts periodically to prevent the accumulation of sediments and a reduction in permeability.

What are Industrial Water Filters?

An industrial water filter is a larger filtration unit that’s designed to remove large amounts of impurities and contaminants from sources of water. Power plants, refineries, military, and other industries need such filters to create vast quantities of purified water for their regular use and applications.

How Do I Know What Kind of Filter or Treatment System I Need?

Depending on the kind of water you need in your industry, there are a few filter systems that you can choose from:

  • Commercial Backwashing Filters: These commercial water filters periodically run water backward to clean the system and the filtering media. This means that it can be used again and again during a whole year.
  • Commercial Cartridge Filters: These filtering cartridges can be removed and replace once it’s been used.
  • Reverse Osmosis Systems: This system uses a special membrane with extremely small pores that work to block most contaminants. The product results in bottle-quality water.
  • Deionization: Laboratories, hospitals, and other businesses that require the purest water, this is the option for you.
  • Ozone Systems: This system is a strong sanitizer and oxidizer, making it highly effective for treating water for various kinds of contamination.


Water Softeners

control valve for commercial water filters and commercial water filtration systems


Hard Water Treatment Options

Metro provides hard water treatment for your home by removing calcium, magnesium, sediment and iron from the water. Once those hard water-producing elements are eliminating, your family will enjoy the benefits of soft water:

  • Reduced build-up of film on tubs, sinks, faucets and wall tiles.
  • Elimination of most spotting on glassware, dishes and flatware.
  • Whiter and brighter laundry, while using up to 50% less detergent.
  • Elimination of hard water residue in fabrics, which can help clothing last longer.
  • Reduced scale build-up in pipes, and lower energy consumption due to reduced scale build-up in hot water heaters, dishwashers and other water using appliances.
  • Less detergents, soaps and cleaning agents necessary for household chores, which saves you time, money and water.
  • Decreased amount of cleaning agents and excess water going down the drain and back into your community’s ground water and/or water system.

With all the home water purification systems – including salt-free water softeners – that are on the market, how do you decide what is right for your home? Be sure to compare water softeners based on your home’s water and your family’s water usage. Metro Water Filtration can diagnose your water and recommend the best option for your home.

Single Tank Systems

Metro offers water softener systems in both a single tank “cabinet” style and a two-tank style. To compare water softeners styles, consider the amount of space you want the system to take, plus the water hardness capacity required in your home.

A single tank system requires less space, because the softener tank nests inside of the salt tank.

When your Metro dealer comes to test your water, you can discuss the benefits of a single tank system.


Two Tank System

Metro offers water softener systems in both a single tank “cabinet” style and a two-tank style. To compare water softeners styles, consider the amount of space you want the system to take, plus the water hardness capacity required in your home.

A two-tank system provides a separate salt tank, plus greater options for the hard water capacity of the unit.