Reverse Osmosis Systems
Reverse Osmosis uses the mains water pressure to force tap water through a semi permeable membrane.
Typically, a minimum of 3 BAR (40 psi) incoming water pressure is required for a Reverse Osmosis system to function.
The water is directed across the membrane and passed through the membrane walls. The water that passes through the membrane will not bring the larger impurities with it. The impurities that remain pass into the drain and this is how the membrane stays clean.
Reverse Osmosis units use a Thin Film Membrane called a TFC and these will remove between 92 – 98% of all the Total Dissolved Solids in tap water.
Some of these include: Bacteria, Chlorine, Copper, Fluoride, Iron, Lead, Manganese, Phosphate, Potassium, Sodium, Sulphate and Zinc.
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