Is “PURE” pure?

on 02/23/2016 - 07:54 am

Are you sure that your water filter is providing you with the purest water? 

 

Among the many water purification systems, one which has gained immense popularity since the time it was launched in the 1970’s is the Reverse Osmosis Water Purification System. Commonly abbreviated as the RO water purification system, it is popularly used across the globe for clean, purified drinking water. The RO system owes its popularity to its capacity of removing even the smallest contaminants, which other water purification systems are incapable of doing. Purification methods like boiling and ultraviolet rays are unable to remove harmful pollutants like lead, metals, nitrates and arsenic. The RO system removes all these contaminants efficiently, thus, promising safe drinking water for you and your family.

 

This is how it works. The RO water purification system uses a chemical process to purify water. It uses semi-permeable membranes through which water is forced. These membranes trap the contaminants. Molecules, which are bigger than the water molecules are trapped in this membrane, and the pure water is released. The smaller particles, which are not harmful, remain in the drinking water.

 

So, which filter have you installed at home? If it’s not an RO yet, then glance at the many benefits of using an RO water purification system. You will certainly go for a change.

 

  • The RO system removes the most harmful contaminants, which other filters are incapable of doing. Lead is one of the newer contaminants found in water. Excess content of lead in the body can result in high blood pressure, reduced fertility and other muscle and nerve damages. In younger children, lead also causes brain damage.
  • Cryptosporidium is a harmful parasite often found in contaminated water. This parasite is capable of causing severe illnesses like diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps.
  • The RO system purifies the water of contaminants, which have odor and are unpleasant to taste. Thus, RO purified water tastes better than the water from any other filter. According to the National Rural Association, people found RO purified water tastier than tap water in the blind taste tests.
  • The RO process removes sodium molecules from water. Therefore, RO purified water is beneficial for people suffering with high blood pressure.
  • The RO purification system does not produce any chemicals and is therefore eco-friendly in nature.
  • The membranes in a reverse osmosis system last for a long time. However, in other water filter systems, the filters need to be changed every two – four weeks.
  • The Reverse Osmosis water filter is easy to use, requires a small place to install and provides you with water of the best quality at a low production cost. Do you know that bottled water is also RO purified water? However, the price of bottles is much higher than the filtered water available at home. Add to it the surety of drinking pure water.

 

If you have not yet installed a Reverse Osmosis water filter, then contact RM Plumbing and Heating now to install a new, effective RO water filter for pure drinking water in your home. 

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