Reverse Osmosis Systems

Are you tired of drinking water that tastes like it came from a public swimming pool? Are you concerned about the safety of your drinking water? 

Look no further than reverse osmosis, the ultimate in home water filtration systems. 

With a multi-stage filtration process, reverse osmosis removes impurities and provides a fresher, cleaner taste. 

Say goodbye to the taste of chlorine and other unwanted particles in your drinking water, and say hello to the power of reverse osmosis.

RO System Benefits

  • Effectively removes impurities, such as sediment, chlorine, fluoride, and heavy metals from water.
  • Improves the taste and odor of drinking water by removing impurities.
  • Provides safe and healthy drinking water by removing harmful contaminants and impurities.
  • Easy to maintain with simple filter replacements.
  • Saves money in the long run compared to bottled water.
  • Environmentally friendly by reducing plastic waste from bottled water.
  • Can be customized with additional filtration stages for specific needs, such as adding alkaline minerals or UV sterilization.
  • Portable options, such as countertop models, are available for those who want a non-permanent installation.

How Reverse Osmosis Works

Reverse osmosis systems typically use a four-stage filtration process to purify water, but there are other 3 and 5 stage options as well. Here we’ll cover the common 4 stage process:

  • Pre-filtration/sediment filter: Water passes through a sediment filter to remove larger particles and impurities like dirt, sand, and rust.
  • Carbon filtration: Water is filtered through a carbon filter to remove smaller particles like chlorine, pesticides, and other organic contaminants.
  • Reverse osmosis membrane: Water is forced through a semipermeable membrane, which separates contaminants from the clean water, removing 98% of total dissolved solids (TDS).
  • Post-filtration: The purified water is passed through a final carbon filter to remove any remaining impurities and improve taste.

Benefits of Reverse Osmosis Water

Reverse osmosis systems offer several benefits for homeowners and businesses:

  • Removes impurities: Reverse osmosis systems remove impurities like lead, chlorine, and bacteria, providing clean, safe drinking water.
  • Saves money: By using a reverse osmosis system, you can reduce your reliance on bottled water, saving you money in the long run.
  • Improves taste: Reverse osmosis systems remove impurities that can affect the taste and smell of water, providing a fresher, cleaner taste.

Easy maintenance: Reverse osmosis systems require little maintenance beyond periodic filter changes, making them a hassle-free solution for clean drinking water.

Types of RO Systems

RO System

Alkaline RO System

Ultraviolet RO System

ALK & UV RO System

Deionization System

Countertop RO System

Elite RO

Reverse Osmosis System

If you're looking for a way to improve the quality and taste of your drinking water, there's no better option than a reverse osmosis water system. Reverse osmosis (RO) systems are designed to remove all chemicals and contaminants from your water, leaving you with a high-quality end-product that's perfect for drinking, cooking, using in aquariums and more.

Reverse osmosis is a water filtration process that uses pressure to force water through a semipermeable membrane, which removes dissolved solids, organics and other contaminants. This allows only clean water molecules to pass through, leaving the contaminants behind.

The purified water is then stored in a storage tank, ready for use.

Reverse osmosis systems are designed to remove up to 99% of contaminants from water, such as lead, arsenic, fluoride, nitrates and other dissolved solids. Reverse osmosis systems also reduce chlorine taste and odor, leaving your water clean and refreshing to drink.

Reverse osmosis systems are becoming increasingly popular, due to their effectiveness in purifying water and the ease of installation. Reverse osmosis systems are available in a variety of sizes and configurations to fit any size budget.

Alkaline RO System

An Alkaline RO System is a type of reverse osmosis water filtration system that not only purifies water but also increases its pH level to make it more alkaline. 

This system uses the same four-stage filtration process as a regular RO system, but with the addition of an alkaline filter that contains minerals like calcium, magnesium, and potassium. These minerals help to increase the pH level of the water, making it more alkaline and less acidic.

The benefits of an alkaline RO system include:

  • Improved hydration
  • Better digestion
  • Increased energy levels

Alkaline water has also been shown to have antioxidant properties, which can help to protect the body against free radicals and reduce the risk of disease.

Ultraviolet RO System

An ultraviolet (UV) reverse osmosis (RO) system is a water filtration system that uses ultraviolet light to kill bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms in addition to the four-stage filtration process of a regular RO system.

During the UV filtration stage, water passes through a chamber where it is exposed to ultraviolet light, which destroys harmful microorganisms by disrupting their DNA. This process effectively sterilizes the water and eliminates the risk of waterborne illnesses caused by microorganisms.

UV RO systems are ideal for those who are concerned about the safety of their drinking water, particularly if their water supply comes from a well or other untreated source. These systems are also a great option for those who want an eco-friendly solution for water treatment, as they use no chemicals and produce no harmful byproducts.

Alkaline & Ultraviolet RO System

An Alkaline & Ultraviolet (UV) RO System combines the benefits of alkaline water, ultraviolet sterilization, and reverse osmosis filtration. With a filtration process that removes impurities and increases the pH level of the water—as well as an ultraviolet sterilization stage that kills bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms—this system gives you the best of both worlds.

Deionization RO System

A Deionization (DI) RO System is a type of water filtration system that uses a process called ion exchange to remove ions and other impurities from water. This system is similar to a regular RO system in that it uses a semi-permeable membrane to remove impurities, but it also includes an additional stage of filtration that uses ion exchange resin to remove dissolved minerals and salts.

During the DI stage of the process, water passes through a resin bed that contains positively and negatively charged ions. These ions attract and remove impurities from the water, leaving it pure and free of ions and other dissolved substances. The result is water that is highly purified and has a very low conductivity.

DI RO systems are commonly used in industrial and scientific applications where extremely pure water is required, such as in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, electronics, and semiconductors. However, they can also be used in residential applications, such as aquariums or hydroponic gardening, where pure water is necessary for the health of plants and animals.

Countertop RO System

Our countertop reverse osmosis system is a compact water filtration system that sits on top of your countertop.

Unlike traditional under-sink RO systems, a countertop RO system is a standalone unit that does not require any permanent installation or plumbing modifications.

Our countertop RO system uses the same 4-stage filtration process to remove impurities from water, including sediment, chlorine, fluoride, and heavy metals—giving you water that is free of contaminants and has a clean, fresh taste.

Countertop RO systems are popular for their ease of use and portability. They can be easily moved from one location to another and do not require any installation or plumbing modifications. They are an excellent option for renters or homeowners who do not want to make permanent modifications to their plumbing. Additionally, they are a cost-effective solution for those who want clean drinking water but do not want to invest in a full-scale RO system.

Elite RO

Our Alkaline Reverse Osmosis Water Filter system provides clean and mineral-rich water that helps you maintain your energy levels and overall health. With our advanced 5-stage filtration process, we effectively remove impurities such as TDS, fluoride, heavy metals, and limescale, while adding essential minerals like Calcium, Potassium, and Magnesium. 

Our system provides higher pH levels than an ionizer can produce to balance your water. Start drinking smart today with our state-of-the-art water filtration system!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How often do I need to replace the filters in a reverse osmosis system?

A: It is recommended to replace the filters in a reverse osmosis system every 6-12 months, depending on usage and the quality of the source water.

Q: Can a reverse osmosis system be customized to fit my specific needs?

A: Yes, a reverse osmosis system can be customized with additional filtration stages, such as adding alkaline minerals or UV sterilization, to meet specific needs.

Q: Can I install a reverse osmosis system myself?

A: It is possible to install a reverse osmosis system yourself if you have basic plumbing knowledge and tools. However, it is recommended to have a professional plumber install the system to ensure proper installation and performance.

Q: How much does a reverse osmosis system cost?

A: The cost of a reverse osmosis system can vary depending on the model, brand, and features. On average, a basic system can cost anywhere from $150 to $500, while more advanced systems can cost over $1,000.

Q: Can a reverse osmosis system remove all impurities from water?

A: While a reverse osmosis system can effectively remove most impurities and contaminants from water, it may not be able to remove all impurities. It is important to check the specifications of a reverse osmosis system to ensure it can remove the specific impurities you are concerned about.