What is Reverse Osmosis?

Reverse Osmosis (Membrane Technology)

Reverse Osmosis is one of the most efficient methods of water purification. Stages are used to ensure highly purified water. It’s removal of minerals occurs in the Osmotic Membrane Chamber. This chamber has tiny pores that only allow water molecules to pass through.

The pressure is around 35-40 psi and is applied to push water molecules through. All other substances, including calcium and magnesium ions, are left behind, and purified water is produced.

This is a highly effective method of water purification.