Eliminate plastic waste with reverse osmosis system.
Updated: Mar 15
Do you own a Yeti cup, HydroFlask, or reusable water bottle? Living in Arizona, having access to clean and refreshing water is crucial in the hot temperatures. That's where reverse osmosis water comes in.
RO water is produced through a demineralizing process that involves pushing water through a semi-permeable reverse osmosis membrane. This results in water that is not only refreshing and hydrating but also the cleanest possible for your body.
Reverse osmosis is essentially the opposite of osmosis. It uses a semi-permeable membrane to allow water molecules to pass through while blocking the majority of dissolved salts, organics, bacteria, and pyrogens. The water that makes it through the RO membrane is known as permeate or product water and can have up to 99% of dissolved salts removed from it.
It's important to note that RO systems use cross filtration, where the solution passes through the filter with two outlets: one for filtered water and one for contaminated water. This is different from standard filtration where contaminants are collected within the filter media.
While an RO system may not remove 100% of bacteria and viruses, it is still capable of removing up to 99%+ of dissolved salts, particles, colloids, organics, bacteria, and pyrogens from the feed water. So, ditch the plastic and stay refreshed with #ROwater!
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