Providing the ultimate pure water, the reverse osmosis drinking water system is designed to improve the quality of drinking water beyond that of popular carbon devised systems.
The operation of reverse osmosis systems includes filter housings containing specialist filter cartridges or membranes which systematically clean the water passing through it with the purified end result being stored in a tank and drawn off for use via a separate tap. This process not only sediment, bad taste, odour and chlorine but also unwanted salts and dissolved minerals (TDS) such as fluoride, nitrate, calcium, magnesium as well as cysts and a variety of metals.
This system will require installation from a professional plumber or a very competent DIY person and will also require on going maintenance and filter and membrane changes.
Reverse Osmosis Systems produce very high quality drinking water and are the most effective method of removing contaminants from water in the domestic environment.
Though reverse osmosis systems can vary with the number of stages, in general they comprise :
- A prefilter to stop particles
- A cartridge to act against chlorine and protect the membrane
- A membrane through which the clean water passes
- A post filter
- A storage tank
- A separate tap
Some reverse Osmosis units include a pump which is essential where water pressure could be slightly low and we supply both pump and non pump ecosoft systems.
This filter removes: Algae, Benzene, Chlorine, EDBs, Herbicides, OBCs, Pesticides, Petroleum Solvents, Rust Particles, Sand, Silt, Foul Tastes and Odours, THMs, Aluminium, Barium, Cadmium, Chloride, Chromium, Copper, Lead, Magnesium, Mercury, Silver, Zinc, Bacteria, Calcium, Cyanide, Fluorides, Nitrates, Selenium, Sodium, Sulphates.