If you find
yourself in the market for a water purification system that will
offer high-quality drinking water for your business or home then
Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration systems are not only one of the more
popular options but perhaps the best drinking water filtration
systems on the market today.
Quality Drinking Water
A reverse osmosis
system will greatly improve the quality of your drinking water, its
taste and clarity, by completely removing harmful contaminating
substances that might affect your water, its taste and smell.
A typical Reverse
Osmosis system will free your home from the cumbersome water delivery
service and end the cycle of constantly buying case after case of
bottled water. A Reverse Osmosis System will provide an even higher
quality water than you can buy commercially and for just a few cents
A typical Reverse
Osmosis Water Filtration System has few moving parts that need to be
replaced to make your system simple to maintain, keep clean and easy
Out Contaminants and Impurities
A Reverse Osmosis
Water Filtration system will completely prevent harmful pollutants
from contaminating your water, including arsenic, chlorine,
pharmaceuticals, bacteria, fluoride, sulfates, nitrates and
pesticides and much more, due in large part to the effectiveness of
your filtration system's carbon filtration feature.
Osmosis Water Filtration a Wise Choice?
Osmosis, inorganic solids such as salts, for example, that have
dissolved and are lurking in your drinking water and are completely
removed from the water solution. This is achieved through your household’s
standard water pressure which physically pushes your tap water
through a patented semipermeable membrane.
Some of the
typical contaminants and impurities that can be successfully filtered
out by a Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System include:
Nitrates, Detergents, Pesticides, Chlorine, Lead, and Fluoride.
So, what happens
to the pollutants and impurities that are caught and don’t flow
through the semipermeable reverse osmosis membrane of the filtration
drinking water is pushed through your reverse osmosis semipermeable
membrane as well as additional water filters, sediment and carbon
filters these contaminants. Pollutants and impurities are completely
blocked, or filtered out and then consequently flushed down
your drain, leaving only your clean and clear delicious purified
drinking water. It is worth noting that a typical reverse osmosis
system incorporates a four to five stage process for filtration and
provides optimal drinking water clarity and quality.
It is worth
mentioning that Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration Technology is not
new, in fact utilization of the process by cities and counties in
the United States as early as the late nineteen seventies. Since
1977, the process known as Reverse Osmosis has gained increasing
popularity due to its safety as well as its simple maintenance and
So, what exactly
are the basic components of a typical Reverse Osmosis Water
residential “Point of Use” systems are installed and stored
conveniently under your kitchen’s sink. When considering the common
components of a typical four to five stage reverse osmosis system, be
aware that typically most
reverse osmosis filtration systems have similar looks and essentially use the same basic filtration components; but although most of these systems look and work essentially in the same manner,
they differ in the type and QUALITY of these basic components.
is a procedural requirement of a Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration
filters every six months or biannually, every two years, depending on
the type and quality of your particular water filter, the quality of
your drinking water and the volume of your water consumption on a
reverse osmosis water filter should be changed according to this
carbon pre-filters should be changed every six months to annually or
every twelve months.
The Reverse Osmosis semi-permeable
membrane can last up to three years while the final carbon filter
should be swapped out with a fresh new one every twelve months
annually as well.
To be sure of your particular make and
model's filter schedule, check your individual product specifications. These can usually be found online on your manufacturer's website
and in your owner’s manual.
These are general
rules of thumb and guidelines, and if you opt-in, we will send you a
reminder email as your unit requires a filter change on a scheduled
maintenance plan based on the date you purchased your reverse osmosis
water filtration system.
Most Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration Systems
run on water pressure and therefore do not require electricity.
Larger commercial water filtration systems utilize electric pumps; however, the power requirements even on these larger units are
You should plan
to have your Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System’s filters
changed and sanitized once each calendar year from your individual
date of installation. The yearly scheduled maintenance can be done by
a water professional.
If you are a
do-it-yourself type of homeowner, you should then be well advised to
consult your system’s owner’s manual for the procedures specific
to your unit. Our company can provide kits and the necessary
replacement filters as needed.