We have all heard about eating clean, but what about drinking clean?

Water filtration technology helps us to ensure that every glass of water you drink is clear and clean.

Millions worldwide are turning to purified drinking water systems instead of bottled water. Although bottled water is a popular choice, it is not cost effective and has a significant adverse environmental impact. The cost associated with drinking water from a bottle can be as much as ten times more per year compared to drinking water filter systems installed at home or business. In the United States alone nearly 30 million plastic bottled water is consumed daily; out of which only 25% of those bottles are recycled adding nearly 4 billion pounds of extra waste each year. Moreover, 17 gallons of diesel is used to transport every 1,000 gallons of bottled water.

Water purification is essential for a healthy lifestyle. Impurities in water can cause acute health problems soon after exposure. Some symptoms may include rashes, nausea, and headaches; unfortunately, chronic health effects may not be so apparent. To address these concerns, consumers can secure their well-being by obtaining filtered drinking water solutions. Systems like the reverse osmosis (RO) and/or point-of-use (POU) remove a wide range of impurities and eliminate aesthetic problems with tap water. For instance; cloudiness, hardness, rust, metallic tastes, musty earthy, fishy tastes, and rotten egg smell among other abnormalities.

Reverse osmosis (RO) water filter system, filters water in multiple stages; removing 99% of harmful toxins and a variety of impurities, including hazardous chemicals, such as lead, mercury, heavy metals, particulates such as sand, silt, rust, nitrate, fluoride, pesticides, and asbestos. Reverse osmosis systems use pressure to force water molecules through a membrane, inducing unwanted substances by delivering clean consumable water.  An RO system can fit comfortably under any sink and is equipped with 2.5 gallons of a storage tank to collect and supply on demand filtered water. RO systems are powered by pressured lines using a dedicated faucet to ensure a constant flow of water and requires no electrical connection. The system preserves water by automatically stopping filtration when the tank is full and turning back on to refill.

Multiple stages of filtration incorporate separate sediment, carbon, taste and odor filters for advanced modular membrane protection and sanitary encapsulated membrane to assure superior water filtration and consistent flow. Water produced with a reverse osmosis system is an excellent alternative to bottled water at a fraction of the cost.


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