What Is Reverse Osmosis?
|Reverse Osmosis is often used in commercial and residential water filtration to provide the highest quality of water used for drinking and preparing food or “life support water.”
The process of reverse osmosis appears to be complex, but in reality it is a very straightforward process. The Reverse Osmosis uses pressure to force a solution through a membrane, retaining inorganic solids such as salt, while allowing the treated solvent (water) to pass to the other side. The remaining contaminants are then flushed down the drain.
Reverse Osmosis, also known as hyperfiltration, is a process that reduces the particles down to the molecular level. The same process used by major bottled water companies, reverse osmosis reduces the salts and other impurities, giving you high quality great tasting water. This five-stage system provides an affordable alternative to bottled water, conveniently located right in our home.
STRAIGHT FROM THE TAP
For the benefits of pure great tasting water that is ideal for food preparation, improving the taste of your coffee or tea and beverages, while providing you with crystal clear ice, nothing compares to the Reverse Osmosis drinking water system.
The Reverse Osmosis systems feature:
Designed for maximum water cleaning efficiency with no operating costs except for periodic replacement of disposable filters
Exclusive Hague permeate pump technology for high efficiency and quieter operation
Efficient on water pressure as low as 30 psi
Up to 33% more tank pressure for increase flow and volume
Fills holding tank up to 5 times faster than other systems
Membrane technology consistently reduces up to 99% of total dissolved solids (TDS)
Includes a long-reach dispensing spigot with air gap
Completely pre-tested with a 25-year limited warranty
Water Contaminant Reduction:
The Reverse Osmosis water treatment also reduces contaminants found in a household’s water supply such as: Arsenic (Pentavalent) <=50 ppb, Barium, Cadmium, Cyst, Fluoride, Chromium (Hexavalent), Lead, TDS, Chromium (Trivalent), Nitrate/Nitrite, Radium 226/228 and Selenium