The most popular home water treatment is reverse osmosis, this is because it is effective and reliable. It utilizes a membrane that removes ions, molecules, and other large particles from the water to make it clean and safe to drink. Another great thing about reverse osmosis systems are they can be tailored to the desire of the homeowner and what they are looking to get from their drinking water. Below is some more information on the different kinds of reverse osmosis systems that can be used in your home to deliver you high quality and great tasting water.
Stage 5 Reverse Osmosis
The stage five reverse osmosis is our original unit that has brought many people clean, great tasting water since the beginning. It has wide feed lines for fast water delivery and a 50 gallon per day membrane that guarantees a low TDS reading to reassure that you are drinking safe water. This system fits under the sink, takes no electricity, and has no loud gurgling noises, and you can be sure that every unit has been tested in our company warehouse for quality assurance. We pride ourselves that this model is American made and has paved the way for more great models to follow.
Stage 6 Reverse Osmosis
Like it’s predecessor, the stage five, the stage six also has large feed lines, a 50 gallon per day membrane, takes no electricity, makes little to no noise, and has been tested in our company warehouse for quality assurance. Unlike the stage five, this system provides a sixth stage of filtration through pH and calcium carbonate. This sixth stage was created in order to add good minerals into your water to provide your body with the nutrients it needs.
Fiber Carbon Micro Filter
The fiber carbon system is our smallest reverse osmosis unit and was designed to be a smaller more economic system that can still provide you with clean great tasting water. This system has no tank so it takes up less room and can fit in even smaller places. No tank also means that all water is used, and none is rejected and wasted. Simple is best to describe this system as there are no worries about pressure issues, fewer moving parts to complicate things, and overall costs less than a typical reverse osmosis system.