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Reverse osmosis is a popular type of water filtration in America. It is used for both residential and commercial water filtration. Reverse osmosis is great because it is easy to maintain, removes impurities, saves money, and improves the taste, odor, and look of water.
Reverse osmosis systems do have a few disadvantages though:
If those disadvantages have you curious about what reverse osmosis alternatives there are, you should consider ultrafiltration.
Ultrafiltration purifies and disinfects water. It has a very high effectiveness removing protozoa, bacteria, and viruses (over 99.99%). Ultrafiltration reduces bacteria, cysts, viruses, silt, colloids, silica, clay, iron, sand, volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), chlorine, chloramines, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, lead, trihalomethanes (THMs), methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE), and more
There is zero waste water, and no storage tank or electricity required to operate. This breakthrough system lets you easily flush (clean) the membrane of collected contaminants meaning you don’t have keep buying replacement filters or membranes as often (with no drop in water quality).