Reverse Osmosis Home Systems
An RO drinking system is for use in the home to filter drinking water. It is used similar to the filtering process that bottled water companies use for bottled water. This unit is typically installed under the sink and has it's own dispensing faucet on the kitchen sink to dispense the water. It will make your life easier with the multiple outputs for the kitchen sink, ice maker or refigerator. The RO drinking water system can aslo be installed in the basement if you do not have room in your kitchen. For better filtered water, there is a 5-stage filtration process:
- 1st stage: 5 micron sediment filter, removes rust, sand, dirt, sediment
- 2nd and 3rd stage: carbon filter, removes chlorine, taste and odor.
- 4th stage: reverse osmosis membrane filter, removes chemicals, dissolved ions like, arsenic, copper, lead, nitrate, hardness, aluminum, etc. After 4th stage, the pure water is stored inside the 3 gallon pressure tank
- 5th stage, the inline carbon filter further improves the taste of water.
This system includes water pressure tank for storage that holds 3 gallons of pressurized water at 60 psi input pressure for the ultimate in clean, efficient water household water delivery. Ask FilterDirect how to put together a system for your residential use that is efficient and cost-effective.
Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filters
An RO filter has a big job to do under high-pressure situations. Don't buy these valuable workers from just any source. Trust us to deliver reverse osmosis membrane filters that can withstand the filtering process without falling apart under pressure. For all your filter replacements, order from FilterDirect.
Water Pressure Tank
Our RO 585 reverse osmosis home systems comes with a 4 gallon water tank pre-charged with 7 psi of pressure. The water pressure tank that is used in the RO system is to store the purified water, so when the dispensing faucet is turned on, it provides pressure and volume. The standard 4 gallon size tank that comes with the unit holds about 3.2 gallons of water, and then the system would take 1-2 hours to refill the tank. So if you need to dispense more water at a time, we recommend you connect larger tank to it or multiple tanks. Shop online or call us today for more information.