Reverse Osmosis Water Filters

Reverse osmosis water filters pressurize water through a semipermeable membrane to obstruct contaminants — including bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and heavy metals — and pass only sterile and pure water. These filters usually come with multiple filtration stages to guarantee thorough purification and high-quality drinking water. 

Why You Need a Reverse Osmosis Water Filter?

Enhanced Water Quality

Reverse osmosis filters can extract impurities, chemicals, and contaminants to supply pristine and safe drinking water for you and your family.

Sweetened Taste

These filters can eliminate the undesirable flavor and odors of tap water. This results in the production of beverages and meals with enhanced taste.

Peace of Mind

Using a reverse osmosis filter gives you peace of mind regarding health concerns. That's because it guarantees that you and your family will consume water with the highest purity standards and free from toxic contaminants.

Appliance Protection

Produced water from RO filters is free from mineral buildup. This water is much less prone to shortening the lifespan of kitchen appliances such as coffee makers and kettles.

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FAQs for Reverse Osmosis Water Filters

Q: What contaminants do reverse osmosis filters remove?

A: Reverse osmosis filters can extract diverse contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, lead, chlorine, fluoride, pesticides, and dissolved solids. 

Q: How often should I replace reverse osmosis filters?

A: It depends on usage frequency and water quality. Oftentimes, sediment and carbon filters should be replaced every 6-12 months. Also, membranes may work for as long as 2-3 years.

Q: Can I install a reverse osmosis filter myself?

A: The intricacy of installations varies, but most filters can be installed with ease. Still, some filters might need professional installation, especially if the plumbing system requires adjustments. 

Q: What is the wastewater ratio in reverse osmosis filters?

A: Reverse osmosis filters deliver wastewater as they filter tap water. The ratio isn't fixed, but it's usually somewhere around 3:1 or 4:1. In other words, 3-4 units of wastewater are generated per one unit of purified water. 

Q: Can I use reverse osmosis water for cooking and brewing?

A: Yes, reverse osmosis water is totally safe for cooking and brewing. It doesn't have impurities and contaminants that may negatively impact the taste and quality of food and beverages.