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HOW does a REVERSE OSMOSIS Drinking Water System WORK?

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Published on 01 Aug 2022 / In Health

HOW does a REVERSE OSMOSIS Drinking Water System WORK?
Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water systems look complex, but do you every wonder how they work? There are all kinds of filters and hoses and a tank but how can the tank possibly work with only one hose attached? If you want to learn how a home reverse osmosis drinking water system produces super pure, great tasting drinking water for your family this YouTube video is for you and I’m going to show you how, right now!
First a bit of history. Reverse Osmosis was first invented by the US Navy during World War II to purify sea water into drinking water for use on submarines. So you know that it’s particularly effective at removing minerals like sodium from your water, in fact up to 95% of the mineral content is removed!
A Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is perfect for you if you’re looking for an inexpensive source of "super pure" drinking water for your home. For a Reverse-Osmosis system to operate flawlessly the raw water needs to be pre treated to make sure there is no hydrogen sulphide, iron, manganese or hardness present which would quickly foul the membrane. https://waterestore.ca/collections/reverse-osmosis-systems-and-accessories-the-water-filter-estore
A Reverse Osmosis system is connected to your cold water plumbing. The process starts out by passing your water through a Sediment Filter to remove dirt particles in your families water before going through a Carbon Filter to remove chemicals like chlorine or chloramines. People always ask why most Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems have two carbon filters, one right after another, that’s to give the carbon enough contact time to remove all of those chemicals from your water source.
Then the water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane which allows pure water to pass through it, while rejecting the contaminants that are too large to pass through the tiny pores in the membrane. As this water is being purified the membrane to continually cleaning itself, washing the rejected contaminants away from the membrane and down the drain. Because Reverse Osmosis water is produced relatively slowly it needs to be stored in its own small pressure tank to make sure that there will be plenty of water to be dispensed quickly from the faucet for your family. A dedicated faucet is installed at the kitchen sink to dispense the Reverse Osmosis water and if you have a refrigerator with an ice maker and water dispenser the Reverse Osmosis system can be connected to it, giving you cold "super pure" water as well as nice clear ice cubes which leave no residue when they melt in your glass. https://waterestore.ca/products/hum-water-saver-reverse-osmosis-system-75-gallons-per-day?_pos=197&_sid=7cb3d06c5&_ss=r
Oh and by the way, why does the tank have only water line going to it? There is a “T” connector after the last filter so water can flow either to the tank or the faucet or potentially both. When the tank is filling and no water is being dispensed through the faucet water flows into the tank. When water is flowing to the faucet it primarily comes from the tank with a small amount coming straight from the RO system.
Go here for your next video on Reverse Osmosis water filtration and I’ll see you there! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmnBltD77jBX7F6qkNx8m6FKETfbPA73y
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