Reverse Osmosis

Forget the insanity of filling up jugs of water at the store and the expense of bottled water. There is a better, more affordable and convenient way to have crystal clear, great tasting water in your home. And here is a dirty little secret….. Most bottled water you find at the store is the same Reverse Osmosis water you can get right from the convenience of your own home just by installing a Reverse Osmosis filtration system commonly referred to as an R.O. system.

Reverse Osmosis water has that same bottled water taste, but right from the convenience of your kitchen. Water treated by filtration and reverse osmosis is great for improving the taste of drinking water, coffee, tea, soups, sauces and improving the clarity of ice cubes..your bourbon will thank you.

Using filtered water instead of tap water can help with other things as well. The water you use in your humidifiers, iron, and other appliances can benefit from filtered water.

Some of the common things the are removed with an R.O. system include

  • Fluoride
  • Lead
  • Chlorine and Chloramine
  • Pesticides
  • Nitrates and Sulfates
  • Detergents

 

3 Stages of Reverse Osmosis:

Step 1 – Sediment Filter (filters down to 30 Microns*)

There is a Sediment filter or pre-filter that the water goes into first. This filter removes large particles, like silt, rust and scale, and dirt. This extends the life of the system and allows the next phase of the system to focus on smaller particles in the water.

Step 2 – Carbon Filtration (̳½ of a Micron)

Once the water has gone through the first filter it passes through an activated carbon filter which is responsible for removing chlorine, odd tastes, and odors from your water

Step 3 – Membrane

he next phase of a 3-stage reverse osmosis is the membrane, and that’s where the real magic happens. The membrane is responsible for removing the small particles that couldn’t be caught by the filter. Another fun fact, the more you use the membrane the more water it can process in its life time.
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