• Why do we need Reverse Osmosis Filtration System?

    Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Filtration System is one of the few systems that can effectively, economically and environmental-friendly filter out contaminants in our drinking water, such as germs, virus, chlorine, odor, organic contaminants, lead, barium and other heavy metals. By its increasing popularity worldwide, it becomes one of the necessities in our daily lives.

  • Why does the Reverse Osmosis Filtration System need a water storage tank?

    Because the reverse osmosis filtration process is slow, the system needs to store the filtered pure water in an enclosed tank for immediate uses.

  • How is RO water compared to bottled water?

    As good as or even better. Scientists are developing a method that will determine whether water is from a spring or a tap. FDA requirements say that bottled water is just as good as the tap water, not better. Also, many government bodies started to ban the public purchase of bottled water and stress the resources used to bottle water and transport it as well as the impact plastic water bottles have on municipal waste.

  • How long does the filer lasting? Do they need to be replaced regardless of usage?

    Sediment filter and most Carbon filters last for 1 (one) year. Membrane filter lasts for 3 (three) to 5 (five) years. All filters should be replaced within specific durations regardless of usage.

  • Why Reverse Osmosis Filtration System is good for our health?

    Reverse Osmosis Filtration System produces de-chlorinated water, that was claimed to be crucial for drinking water. Researches & studies shown that chlorinated water is disease related: 9 different kinds of cancer, learning ability, heart trouble, premature senility, birth defects, etc.

Do not use this product where water is microbiologically unsafe or with water of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system.


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