Reverse Osmosis Systems
Reverse Osmosis (RO) is one of the most popular methods for effective home water purification due to its ability to deliver bottled-water levels of safety and taste. In fact, the leading bottled-water companies actually use large-scale RO to produce their water. So instead of wasting money on plastic bottles that pollute the environment, consider a cost-effective RO system that removes over 99% of dissolved minerals, chlorine and contaminants down to sub-microscopic levels. You’ll enjoy crystal clear water for drinking, cooking, and drink mixing that tastes great. Learn more about how reverse osmosis works and its benefits.
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Reverse Osmosis Water Systems
Reverse osmosis water filter systems (RO Systems) have become a common method for the treatment of household tap and drinking water. This water treatment process filters undesirable materials from water by using pressure to force the water molecules through a semi permeable reverse osmosis membrane
. RO Systems, or reverse osmosis filters
, water treatment removes ionized salts, colloids, and organic molecules down to a molecular weight of 100.
Fresh Water Systems offers a full line of reverse osmosis systems
from Water Factory Systems, Watts, Pura and more. Our RO drinking water systems
are designed for point-of-use residential water quality improvement.
The Environmental Working Group just released a report on December 20, 2010 that Hexavalent Chromium
has been found in 31 of 35 U.S. cities. The highest levels were detected in Norman, OK; Honolulu, HI; and Riverside, CA. Awareness of the presence of Chromium-6 was brought to the spotlight through the feature film "Erin Brockovich" starring Julia Roberts.
The best way to remove Chromium-6 from tap water at home is with a reverse osmosis system or a water distiller
. There is no legal limit for Chromium-6 in either tap water or bottled water, so ensure your safety by utilizing a reverse osmosis drinking water system.Chromium-6 in U.S. Tap Water