Reverse Osmosis Systems
What is a Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System?
Reverse osmosis (RO) filtration systems are highly effective in removing virtually all contaminants including heavy metals, fluoride, dissolved salts, microorganisms, and all kinds of chemicals. Reverse osmosis water purifiers remove viruses, bacteria, toxic heavy metals and fluoride by forcing water molecules through an extremely fine 0.0005 micron or 0.0000005 mm thin film membrane. Contaminants such as heavy metals, fluoride, bacteria and viruses are separated from the water and flushed down the drain. The purified water from the membrane is filtered and deposited into a pressurized holding tank. The system stops when the tank is full and automatically starts again when some of the water in the tank is used via the pure water tap. These systems come in all shapes and sizes for different applications. Many companies that bottle water for sale use reverse osmosis water. Reverse osmosis water is also used in laboratories, car washes, sea water desalination, military, and emergency water services. Reverse osmosis systems can take nearly any water source and provide potable water. Reverse osmosis has been around for a long time in nature. Plants and trees use the same process to keep the harmful things out and the good things in. Central PA Soft Water can install an reverse osmosis drinking water system in your home, business, or laboratory.