How Reverse Osmosis Works
Water is forced by the city water pressure against a reverse osmosis membrane. The membrane has very small holes just large enough for water molecules to fit through. Water molecules are some of the smallest molecules in nature. Contaminated water is a water molecule with another, different kind of molecule attached to the water molecule. When a water molecule has another molecule attached to it, it is too big to fit through the holes in a reverse osmosis membrane. The membrane will not allow large molecules through.
The pure water molecules that were able to fit through the holes in the reverse osmosis membrane are collected in the storage tank. The contaminated water molecules are put down the drain line that the kitchen sink drains into.
With a Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System the water is also filtered through a sediment filter and a carbon filter.
The function of the sediment filter is to remove large particles that are carried in the water. These particles may be sand, rust, algae, slime from inside the water pipe etc.
The function of the carbon filter is to remove the chlorine that the city put into it. The carbon filter also removes gases that may cause an unpleasant odor.
- The water goes through the sediment filter.
- The water goes through the membrane.
- The water goes to the storage tank.
- When you turn on the RO faucet the water comes from the storage tank, through the carbon filter, through the faucet, and into your glass.
Reverse Osmosis Water Filters
- Crystal Clear
- Delicious Taste
- Fresh and pure
- Cleaner, clearer ice cubes
- Exceptional coffee, tea and juice
- Use for cooking
- House plants love it
- Smells clean and fresh
- Wash fruits and vegetables
- Convenient faucet at kitchen sink
- More convenient than bottled water
Rent for $13.50 per month
- Free installation
- Free filter changes
- Free first 2 months rental service for new customers
Purchase reverse osmosis system for as low as $399.00.
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Water Pro services the following cities: Ventura, Oxnard, Camarillo, Ojai, Oak View, Santa Paula and Port Hueneme.