1000 LPH INDUSTRIAL REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM (Rotek)

Reverse Osmosis

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    Reverse Osmosis is a very fine filtration process, which occures at a molecular level. The process involves forcing water through a semi-permiable membrane, which allows only a given size of molecule to pass, and rejects the rest. In effect, the pores or holes in the membrane are so small that most of the harmful minerals and chemicals cannot pass, while water molecules pass through. The rejected water carrying the minerals in a high concentration is drained off through the waste water pipe, and the pure water is diverted to the storage tank for drinking. The  Reverse Osmosis Filtration System removes up to 95% of harmful minerals and chemicals, the system also removes suspended impurities such as dirt, sand and rust, it improves the odor and taste of your municipal water and leaves good, clean and health water for your consumption. Although Reverse Osmosis systems look complex, it is really a simple and straightforward water filtration process. And it’s not a new process. High-pressure (pump driven) reverse osmosis systems have been used for years to desalinate* water – to convert brackish or seawater to drinking water. Having a better understanding of how a reverse osmosis system works will eliminate the mystery and confusion you may feel when you look at a reverse osmosis system with its many colored tubes and multitude of filters. Read on to enhance your knowledge of residential reverse osmosis systems.
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