What is Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration?
Reverse osmosis is a filtration system that takes advantage of a partially permeable membrane to remove unwanted particles from drinking water. Without getting too much into the science of it, it is a very efficient and practical way to purify water to a drinkable state. This is a common filtration process for at-home systems.
Reverse osmosis systems are used to remove substantial amounts of most inorganic chemicals out of your drinking water.
Reverse osmosis successfully treats water with dissolved minerals and metals such as aluminum, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chloride, chromium, copper, fluoride, magnesium, iron, lead, manganese, mercury, nitrate, selenium, silver, sulfate, and zinc. Reverse osmosis is also effective with many taste, color and odor-producing chemicals, particulates, and total dissolved solids.