How Does Reverse Osmosis Work?
Reverse osmosis may sound like something you’d learn about in a University science program, but it is actually a very simple concept. Your household water pressure forces tap water through a semipermeable membrane, and the pollutants are left behind as your clean, pure water pours forth from plumbing fixtures throughout the house. There are generally other pre–filters in place as well, but the membrane is the star of the show.
Simple as this may sound, you need to have your reverse osmosis system professionally designed and installed if you hope for it to excel in its operation. When you schedule your RO system installation with us, you’ll be able to filter out pollutants such as sediment, lead, pesticides, nitrates and sulfites, and more. This means not only better tasting water, but more healthful water as well.