Fresh, clean and delicious water all day, every day

Water is the source of life as well as everything in between as well, from drinking, to cooking and cleaning. The regular household depends on water to fully function and consumes a certain amount of water each and every day. Making sure that the water they consume is clean is very important, one way to achieve that is by having reverse osmosis water filters installed in their household as it is one of the simplest yet most effective ways in purifying water.

Reverse osmosis water filtration

Simplicity for purity

Reverse osmosis water filtration basically uses the household’s water pressure to filter out the undetectable inorganic components that can be found in water through a semipermeable membrane filter, purifying it in the process. Some components that are filtered out are fluorine, chlorine, lead and detergents, which can both be harmful and will make the water taste funny, leaving you with only clean and delicious tasting water.

How clean can it get?

Well, the water passes through four “stages” or levels of the reverse osmosis filter namely the sediment filter which is the preliminary or pre-filter stage which the name states, filters out possible sediments that can be found in water. The second is the carbon filter which is designed to filter out chlorine as well as other contaminants that can be found, it also improves the odour and taste of water. The third level is the reverse osmosis membrane which whatever isn’t filtered out by the carbon filter; the membrane will finish the job, and lastly a polishing carbon filter is put in for good measure to remove any remaining bad taste and odour, leaving you with only the best tasting water you’ve ever tasted in your entire life.

A lot of people choose to use reverse osmosis filtration systems simply because well… of its simplicity. It also allows them to save a lot of money as well it’s easy to maintain as well. Few moving parts means fewer things to replace and clean, its lifespan is outstanding as well, with properly maintained units reaching up to 15 years.

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