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Reverse Osmosis System


Will I need a Reverse Osmosis storage tank?

If you are concerned about your drinking water, really not having any issues with hard water - then a Reverse Osmosis (RO) system would be perfect under your kitchen sink. This system will eliminate the need for bottled water completely and improve the quality of water for all of your family's drinking water and food preparation.

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Deluxe has a few solutions with The Honest Water Filter Company and NOVO that have slim profiles so that they do not take up much space under your kitchen sink. Reverse Osmosis systems are low-maintenance solutions to your drinking water.

Is an Reverse Osmosis (ROS) right for our home?

Depending on how frequently your family is using the system for drinking water or cooking, the RO storage tank holds plenty of water when needed. If you were to turn on your faucet for a glass of water at the actual membrane production rate, you would have to wait 6 minutes for it to fill. When you have a RO storage tank, your glass fills instantly.

The RO system will remove elements like, Salt, Sediment, Chlorine, Herbicides and Pesticides, Fluoride, but in most cases not Bacteria or Viruses - even when the water sits in the storage tank.

The reverse osmosis system has a dedicated faucet. The rejected contaminants get sent down the drain as wastewater. Most of your name brand refillable water holders just trap contaminants until the filter is old and asked to be replaced.

RO systems remove 98-99% of dissolved solids, which makes for healthier drinking water. Bad tastes and odors reduced and more environmentally friendly than bottled water.

The Reverse Osmosis system is tested and certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standard 42, 53 and 58 for the reduction of substances listed on the product data sheet. Submit a form to get more information today.


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