The reverse osmosis system has become increasingly popular since it was first introduced as a home water purification system in the 1970s. In addition, the type of treated water most often used by bottled water companies is reverse osmosis water.
The R.O. water purification method involves forcing water through a semi-permeable membrane, which filters out a select number of water contaminants, depending on the size of the contaminants. In general, if the contaminants are larger in size than water molecules, those contaminants will be filtered out. If the contaminants are smaller in size, they will remain in the drinking water.
Key Health Advantage of Reverse Osmosis Systems
Reverse osmosis will provide you with clean, healthy drinking water. The health advantage reverse osmosis water has over tap water — the removal of unhealthy contaminants.
A good reverse osmosis system can remove contaminants such as arsenic, nitrates, sodium, copper and lead, some organic chemicals, and the municipal additive fluoride.
Contact Hydro Solutions for a trustworthy reverse osmosis filtration system to take responsibility for your family’s health.