A home reverse osmosis pure water system provides your family with a reliable source of pure, clean drinking water. With a reverse osmosis system, you’ll never again have to buy bottled water. This will not only save you money, but it will also reduce plastic waste in landfills and the environment.
The reverse osmosis process removes contaminants from water by using pressure to force it through a semipermeable membrane. A semipermeable membrane has tiny pores that block contaminants from flowing through, but does allow water to get through. Reverse osmosis water systems also use sediment filters and carbon filters as well as the reverse osmosis membrane to further purify the water. The final drinking water is thus purified to a high degree.
Among the contaminants, reverse osmosis can remove are sediments, fluoride, salt, chlorine, arsenic, VOCs and herbicides, and pesticides.
After filtering the water, it’s stored in a tank. The reverse osmosis system continues to work at filtering water until the tank is full and then it shuts off. A storage tank is necessary because a reverse osmosis system works very slowly, so it can’t deliver water on demand. It takes an entire minute to produce just 2-3 ounces of purified water.
A reverse osmosis home water system is small enough to fit under your kitchen sink. It’s well worth it to protect the health and well-being of your family.
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