The process of Reverse Osmosis is of immense benefit to mankind. The most common application of the process of reverse osmosis is in purifying water. It is used to produce water that requires meeting certain specifications. Reverse osmosis is used in commercial and residential water filtration. It is also used to desalinate seawater. Reverse osmosis is used to purify liquids in which water is an undesirable impurity, for instance in glucose or ethanol.
Benefits of Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water
With the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System, you can have sparkling - clear water straight from your tap. Forget the daily cost of bottled water. Your coffee, tea and juice will be more flavorful. The food you prepare-like soups, sauces, fresh fruits and vegetables - will taste better. And you’ll see the difference when you look at your crystal-clear ice cubes. Our drinking water system gives you a constant supply of water at its best. Best of all – it fits underneath your kitchen sink.
The Reverse Osmosis System utilizes the most sophisticated filtration technology. Water is treated by 5 stages of filtration to provide the best water possible, reducing dissolved solids, impurities and contaminants.
- 5 stage filtration process
- Fast recovery system
- High flow fittings and lines
- 3.2 gallon storage tank
- Lead free, chrome faucet
- Ultra-Violet Light to kill 99% of all bacteria
- Deionization filter for ultra-pure applications
- Designer faucets available to match most modern kitchen faucets
- Line to ice maker/fridge
- Drinking water
- Ice cubes
- Baby formulas
- Auto batteries
- Cooking water
- Steam irons
- Soups and sauces
- Low sodium diets
- Juices, coffee, tea
When it comes to reverse osmosis systems installation and maintenance, you will likely need an Oklahoma City Plumber to help with the job. Call A Perfect Fit Plumbing & Gas Co. and we would love to help out.
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