Residential Reverse Osmosis
Whole Home Residential Reverse Osmosis
For pure and healthy drinking water.
Reverse osmosis works to remove a large percentage of contaminants and impurities found in typical tap water. This system uses a semipermeable membrane to remove these contaminants from drinking water. The water from the incoming pressure is then pushed through a special membrane which purifies it.
Reverse osmosis has the potential to remove total dissolved solids, bacteria, lead, nitrates, and other pollutants that make you hesitant to reach for the tap. The carbon filters on these systems also remove chlorine from incoming water to prevent damage to the membrane. Only entirely pure water can pass through the semipermeable membrane, so you can have peace of mind knowing that it is fresh, clean, and safe.
You’ll be delighted to know that reverse osmosis can remove between 95-99 percent of impurities, such as:
Sodium, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, manganese, aluminum, ammonium, copper, nickel, zinc, cadmium, mercury, lead, chloride, fluoride, silicate, phosphate, chromate, cyanide, thiosulfate, bromide, and sulfate.
What are the stages of residential reverse osmosis?
The pre-filter, or sediment filter, on an RO system is designed to remove large particles from incoming water to protect the membrane from any damage.
The carbon filter on an RO system helps remove chlorine and organic from incoming water. It’s also important to know that you can use one or more carbon filters to prevent chlorine from damaging the membrane.
The semipermeable RO membrane only lets pure water pass through, so you don’t have to worry about any contaminants in your next glass of water.
The RO storage tank holds purified water so that you always have it on the ready.
The post filter removes any unpleasant tastes and odors left behind after storage.FREE QUOTE