What is Reverse Osmosis?

In a Reverse Osmosis system, pressure is applied to the water molecules forcing them to pass through a semi-permeable membrane. The net result of Reverse Osmosis is a lower concentration of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) being on the one side called the Permeate, and a higher concentration on the other called the Brine.

Up to 99.8% of these impurities can be eliminated from your water via reverse osmosis.

It can remove ions such as calcium, chloride, magnesium, sodium and sulphate.

RO only produces the highest quality water that can be used for various applications within a household, from cooking to drinking water.