Reverse Osmosis is a highly efficient way of purifying water and works by using a pump to push inlet water across a semi-permeable membrane. By applying a back pressure, the water molecules are forced through the membrane leaving almost all (95% to (99%) of dissolved salts on the concentrate side of the membrane.

Commonly Used To Reduce...

  • Salts
  • Dissolved ions
  • Molecular compounds
  • TDS
  • Suspended particles
  • Heavy metals