How Does A Reverse Osmosis System Work
Reverse Osmosis is a process in which dissolved inorganic solids are removed from water. This is achieved by the plumbing water pressure pushing the water through a membrane. A reverse osmosis system is capable of removing up to 99 percent of contaminants that are suspended in your drinking water. The trapped contaminants are flushed away down the drain never getting to your faucet. The resulting water is Delicious and safe for you and your family to consume.
Some Impurities In Water That Can Be Removed By A Reverse Osmosis System
- Chlorine & Chlormamine
- Detergents & Soaps
- Nitrates & Sulfates
Does The Membrane Trap All The Contaminants?
When water pressure pushes water through the Reverse Osmosis membrane and filters the impurities are filtered out and flushed down the drain. The resulting water is delicious and clean tasting. Many Reverse Osmosis units incorporate a 4-5 stage process for best results. Call our Water Treatment Company today to get started on your Reverse Osmosis project.
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