3000 Litres Per Day Reverse Osmosis System Domestic
Reverse Osmosis removes contaminants from unfiltered water
Reverse Osmosis is a very fine filtration process. The process involves forcing water through a semi-permeable membrane, which allows only a given size of the molecule to pass and then it rejects the rest. In effect, the pores or holes in the membrane are so small that most of the harmful minerals and chemicals cannot pass, while water molecules pass through.
How The Domestic Reverse Osmosis System Works
- The incoming water passes through 3 types of filters before it reaches the Reverse Osmosis Membrane.
- First filter is the Polypropylene Filter which removes large suspended particles, such as dirt, sand, and rust.
- Second filter is a GAC (Granular Activated Carbon) Filter, this filter improves the taste and odour of your water.
- Third filter is a CTO Carbon Block Filter, this filter consists of activated carbon particles fused into a uniform block with enhanced absorptive capacity and efficiency. This means it further reduces the amount of chlorine, radon, heavy metals, and hydrogen sulphide as well as reducing finer particles of sediment in your water.