Reverse Osmosis Products for Your Home or Business
The Benefits Of Reverse Osmosis
Residential Reverse Osmosis Systems
What is a Reverse Osmosis System?
Reverse osmosis systems use a special membrane-based water filtration method that prevents large molecules and ions, such as sands and salts, from passing into your drinking water.
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With Reverse Osmosis Systems, you enjoy all of the following:
Reverse Osmosis is an effective mechanical water treatment process for reducing 95% to 99% of the dissolved mineral salts, organics and particles by forcing the water, under pressure, through a semi-permeable membrane. TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) is the typical use for reverse osmosis along with pre-treatment for Deionization.
The Recovery rate (% feed water converted to product water) is normally in the 50% to 75% range. Low-energy membranes are used which allows for smaller high-pressure pumps, thus reducing energy use. Pre-treatment is usually required to remove turbidity (multi-layer filter), chlorine (carbon filter) and hardness (water softener) should these contaminants be in the water supply. Post-treatment systems along with atmospheric storage and repressurization systems are also available.
Reverse Osmosis System Pre-Requirements:
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