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reverse osmosis systems for the home
You rely on public or private water sources every day.
While municipal water treatment plants clean up the particles in the water, they add chemicals to kill bacteria and viruses.
The problem is that these chemicals are also harmful to us.
The treatment plant will not remove these chemicals, dead bacteria, and will not remove traces of industrial chemicals and medicines that are increasingly entering our waterways and homes, leaving us at risk of diseases and diseases.
There are many of the same pollutants in private wells, and some have a much higher concentration.
Herbicide and pesticide chemicals and dangerous bacteria and viruses in farm runoff are common contaminants in rural water wells.
How does the residential reverse osmosis system work?
Basically, both the water pressure from the municipal water supply and the water well will force the water molecules to pass through half
Leave the contaminants in the permeable membrane behind and rinse out from the drain.
The hole in the anti-permeability film is as large as 0. 0005 um (five-ten-
Diameter, only slightly larger than the water molecules themselves.
Water molecules are forced through these tiny pores under the action of water pressure, leaving countless contaminants.
This pure water (permeate)
Water stored in storage tanks without passing through the membrane, containing high concentrations of contaminants, is washed off the drain.
The household reverse osmosis system is capable of removing dissolved solid substances such as salt and minerals, lead and other heavy metals, chlorine, bacteria, viruses, chemicals, pesticides, herbicides and other harmful industrial toxins.
Due to the cost of the whole house reverse osmosis system, it is more practical to install a system dedicated to drinking water and cooking water. This smaller-
The Scale option is usually insufficientthe-
Counter system, installed a completely independent faucet on your sink, supplied from the storage tank below.
Each stage of the domestic drinking water filtration reverse osmosis system is a unit consisting of several filters.
Usually, at least one pre-filter (
Before the RO film)in the system -
A activated carbon filter that filters water.
\"Activated Carbon\" refers to the chemical treatment of carbon filters to improve their adsorption performance and filtration capacity.
Water then passes through the RO membrane, which filters the water further.
After RO filter, pure water is stored in storage tank.
When someone opens the counter
The RO faucet at the top, the pressurized storage tank passes the purified water through another carbon filter.
This filter is called post-filter (
After the RO film)
, Also known as a \"polished\" filter.
This carbon filter further removes any lingering flavor or smell.
The result is pure, healthy and clean.
Taste water free of chemicals and other contaminants!
If your water source comes from your own private well, it is recommended that you choose the system that suits the well.
In these reverse osmosis systems, before the carbon pre-filtration, the sediment filter first removes coarse particles, sand, dirt, rust and siltfilter.
This helps prevent contamination of subsequent filters too quickly.
If you need a portable system or do not want to install the following
Counter model, you can choose a smaller countertop RO system that allows you to connect a small filtration system directly to your existing faucet.
Simply connect the feed line to the tap and turn on the tap and the water will filter through the system.
It is even small enough to sit next to the microwave and also to make the next camp trip convenient.