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What is Reverse Osmosis?

Get your water as pure as possible with a reverse osmosis filter system. It makes your water taste so great, you might drink more of it. That's good for you and your appliances that use water, like the dishwasher and laundry machines. 

A reverse osmosis system is typically installed under the sink, but you can install it where your water enters the house, so all your water is filtered for contaminants. RO filter cartridges provide the most effective filtration of any water purifiers. The membrane and filters remove up to 99 percent of contaminants such as arsenic, lead, ammonia and chlorine, as well as toxic fluoride, sodium, nitrates and heavy metals. The 6 stage RO filters provide a deep filtering process, leaving you reverse osmosis water, free of sediments and toxins. RO water is perfect for drinking, cooking and making ice.

How Does Reverse Osmosis Work?

In a reverse osmosis filter system, your regular water pressure pushes the water through a membrane and additional filters to remove impurities, which are then flushed down the drain. It’s a rigorous filtering process, a GE Reverse Osmosis System filters water three times, for example. Membranes and filters need to be replaced every six months to two years depending on the type of filter and how much water you use.

Install It the Easy Way

It may sound complicated, but reverse osmosis kits make it easy to set up. They come with a special faucet, reverse osmosis filters, the system, and flow membranes. Many RO kits come with a faucet, but if you’re buying one separately, be sure to choose a model that connects to the drain with an air gap.

For maximum efficiency and on-demand filtered water, look for a reverse osmosis system with an automatic shut-off valve. When the storage tank fills up, the valve closes to prevent more water from entering the membrane. Then, when water is drawn from the faucet, it opens to send water through the membrane and push the wastewater down the drain.

A reverse osmosis filter system a small investment in your health that makes water taste better. Install once and enjoy pure drinking water. 

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