Residential Reverse Osmosis
If you live in Orlando or central Florida and are worried about your health and the quality of the water you drink, you might have heard that the best solution for obtaining bottled water quality is by installing an under-sink reverse osmosis unit in Sanford or Orlando, Florida.
Smart Water Treatment Technology offers both under-the-sink and whole-house reverse osmosis systems.
What is Reverse Osmosis?
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a semi-permeable membrane to separate water molecules from other substances. The RO process applies pressure to overcome the osmotic pressure that favors even distribution. It can remove dissolved or suspended chemical species as well as biological substances, principally bacteria, and is used in industrial processes and the production of potable water.
The main components of a reverse osmosis system are :
- Source of pressurized water
- Post treatment
After pretreatment, the water is pressurized to push the feed water through the membrane, a semi-permeable membrane that allows water molecules to pass through while rejecting other substances; a permeate (or product) stream that contains the purified water; and a concentrate (or reject) stream that contains the remaining feed water with the rejected substances.
Some of the advantages of reverse osmosis are: it can produce high-quality water from various sources such as seawater, brackish water, or wastewater; it can remove a wide range of contaminants such as salts, metals, organic compounds, and microorganisms; it can reduce the need for chemical treatments or disinfection methods; eliminates specific contaminants including viruses, offering peace of mind; reduces contaminants such as Arsenic V, Cysts, Fluoride, Lead, and high Total Dissolved Solids (TDS); gives store-bought water bottle quality of water, and gets rid of 99.9% of the water impurities.
Our Reverse Osmosis system is a 75-gallon unit with a monitor and 4, 5, or 6 stages, depending on the model. Each stage is designed to treat different possible contaminants. Reverse Osmosis systems provide quality drinking water in the kitchen tap.
RO filtration involves multiple stages to prevent contaminants, improve taste, and prolong membrane life.
Why do i need it?
Reverse Osmosis (RO) filtration is an extremely effective method that utilizes a membrane with tiny pores, known as boreholes, to allow only water to pass through while blocking larger molecules like salts, chemicals, and bacteria. If you’re looking for a reliable and efficient home filtration system, look no further than Reverse Osmosis, which provides four essential benefits.
Improves Drinking Water Quality
To fit your needs, our reverse osmosis system features a sediment filter and a semipermeable membrane. On top of that, a carbon filter effectively removes chlorine and VOCs, improving taste and health. Together, it filters up to 98% of total dissolved solids from your water, ensuring purer and healthier hydration.
Simply, our Reverse Osmosis System offers bottled-water quality, reducing the need for expensive bottled water purchases
Our system is ideal for health-conscious individuals who require ultra-pure water. Even more, it is an Effective solution for Arsenic removal, a common groundwater contaminant
Removal of Arsenic
Proven in lab tests to reduce 300 ppb of pentavalent arsenic to 10 ppb (USEPA standard). Although, performance may vary depending on installation
Removes particles, dirt, sand, silt, rust, dust, etc.
Granule activated carbon
The chlorine, odors, taste and other chemicals are removed using the GAC
CTO carbon block
Removes the cloudiness, voc’s, harmful chemicals
Reverse Osmosis membrane
Purifies and removes up to 99% of contaminants in water.
Infrared to disinfect the water specially if it is stored for longer period.
Change the water to be alkaline and better in taste .
Improve the final taste.
Ultra violet to disinfect the water specially if it is stored for longer period.
Balance the water mineral by adding useful natural minerals.
Whole House Reverse Osmosis
Having a whole-house reverse osmosis system is the best filtration option available for customers as it ensures that all taps and showers in the home receive the highest quality of water.
If you are a homeowner that uses private wells, it is highly recommended to have your own whole-house reverse osmosis system due to the higher potential of water contaminants compared to city water.
For homeowners that use city water, it is important to be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of using a whole-house reverse osmosis system. To learn more about this, please contact Smart Water Treatment Technology who are currently offering free consultations.n.