Reverse Osmosis System
A reverse osmosis can make your water taste better, remove contaminants, and provide health benefits together with relieving you from the hassle of carrying heavy water bottles. Water consumption has increased by 120% between 2000 and 2015. Not all water tastes the same and constantly buying water bottles can be a pain to your wallet and the environment. With a reverse osmosis system, you’re only paying a few cents per gallon. Furthermore, you can conveniently attach it to your tap for easy access to clean, high-quality water.
How does the reverse osmosis work?
If you want refreshing, clean water readily available in your home, you should consider a reverse osmosis. Water initially passes through multi-stages of pre-treatment reducing chlorine or chloramine, taste, odour and can reduce heavy metals and VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds). Below we go over the benefits and why it could be the best option for you. Reverse Osmosis systems reduce hazardous impurities from your water supply. Overall, the last thing you want to feed your body is unwanted contaminants. No matter what area you live in, your water can contain impurities together with that you can reduce the following contaminants in your water: copper, radium, nitrates, pharmaceuticals, fluoride, arsenic, lead, and much more! Although your municipality delivers EPA standard quality water, it still might not be as pure as one might think.
Does the water have good taste?
If you’re an avid water drinker, you know that not all water tastes the same. In fact, when you use a Reverse Osmosis, it will reduce the impurities mentioned above and leave you with great tasting water. In addition, you’ll have crystal-clear ice cubes! If you’ve seen some white and cloudy ice cubes, they contain gases and impurities. When the water is freezing, the impurities are forced to the centre of the ice cube, giving it a cloudy appearance. Moreover, cloudy ice cubes also melt faster.