Dallas, TX Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration SystemSystemReverse osmosis water filtration system might seem like a complex scientific process. However, it is actually an extremely simple way to achieve having filtered, clean water in your home. Aramendia has long been installing reverse osmosis systems to take contaminated or unsuitable water and remove all contamination so it’s suitable for drinking and other everyday uses, including dirt washing, showering, and more. Most brands of reverse osmosis water filtration systems work basically the same way and look similar, so understanding the basics can help you understand how your system works to deliver clean water.
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How a Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System WorksReverse osmosis works to remove all the contaminants in your water by using pressure to push tap water through a semi-permeable membrane, trapping all the impurities. Designed to only allow water through, the membrane works at capturing the larger and more harmful contaminants that may be lurking in your tap water system. Once removed, the chemicals, impurities, and harmful contaminants will be rinsed away with the wastewater that exits your home, going back to the chemical treatment plant.
- Factors that Affect Reverse Osmosis. Reverse osmosis water filtration systems are all very similar; the difference is the quality of the materials that are used. At Aramendia, we only use the highest quality reverse osmosis systems so you get maximum chemical and contaminant removal and healthy, clean water for your home. Water pressure, the temperature of the water, and the number of contaminants and solids that must pass through and be removed are also other factors that affect reverse osmosis.
- Why Get a Reverse Osmosis System. The tap water that comes into our homes has been cleaned at a local water treatment plant so it is generally safe to drink, but it still often contains potentially harmful contaminants, including viruses, pesticides, bacteria, detergent, chlorine, and traces of industrial waste, sulfates, magnesium, calcium and more. Although these things are nothing to be worried about in small quantities, consuming them consistently can put you and your family at risk for future health problems. When you use a reverse osmosis water filtration system, the tap water passes through a membrane that removes potentially harmful chemicals and contaminants, leaving you with a home water source that is healthy and pure.
Other benefits of a reverse osmosis system include:
- Water tastes better
- Pollutants are flushed out of the system and do not collect in your water supply
- A convenient system that is easy to keep clean
- Drinking water with no cloudy appearance or foul odors
- The process is eco-friendly because it consumes no energy
- A low cost of just pennies per gallon of clean water—reverse osmosis is more budget friendly than buying packaged water.
Impurities Removed by Reverse OsmosisEffective reverse osmosis water filtration systems are designed to remove the most common impurities that you find in tap water that are 0.001 microns or larger. These include:
- And more
What to Expect in a Reverse Osmosis SystemIt may appear complex, but when you get a reverse osmosis system, it breaks down into a few basic components that ensure your safety and clean your water healthy consumption for you and your loved ones. The basics of the system include an attachment to your cold water supply line, a pre-filter that removes sediment and chlorine, and the membrane that removes the smaller contaminants. Water goes through an additional filter to remove carbon and other things that might cause a bad taste or foul odor after leaving the reverse osmosis membrane.. Most systems also come with an automatic shut-off valve that helps conserve water, a faucet (usually installed in the kitchen sink), a tank where the filtered water is stored, and a drain that removes all the contaminants from your system.
Call Us TodayWe can come test your water to let you know what’s in it, and recommend the best filtration system to deliver high quality drinking water to help you stay healthy. To get a reverse osmosis system installed in your home, contact Aramendia at (469) 522-3291.
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