The clear choice: Pure-Pro ERS-106A Quick Change 6-Stage Reverse Osmosis System with alkaline filter
- Sunday, 04 January 2015 08:45
The popularity of reverse osmosis water filtration systems has become increasingly more popular in the more recent years, since their release in the 1970’s. Cutting edge technology now allows homeowner’s access to this simple to use and reliable water purification system that provides your family with the purest water available. The PurePro 6-Stage, Quick Change, alkaline reverse osmosis system offers the most advanced water treatment technology available and is recognized as a leader in providing the best quality drinking water.
RO water purification is a method that works by forcing water through a semi-permeable membrane, which filters out undesirable impurities and contaminants. This specific system has 6 stages of filtration. The first step process your water through a 5 micron sediment filter that effectively removes sand, dirt, and rust particles. Next, stage two and three involve a granular activated carbon filter that removes organic chemicals and impurities as well as 99% of chlorine. This is the stage in which your water becomes clearer and odorless. Stage four involves the reverse osmosis membrane that is capable of processing 190 liters of water per day. This vital step removes hard water contaminants, to name a few, lead, sodium, fluoride, and nitrates. The post carbon filter is the fifth stage and removes any objectionable odors and taste that could affect the quality of your water. The sixth and final stage, your water passes through an alkaline filter that alters the acidic reverse osmosis water.
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Introducing the Puricom ZIP, the most advanced portable, alkaline water purification system
- Sunday, 30 November 2014 16:04
If you are looking for the most advanced technology available for in-home water purification, your search ends here. The Puricom ZIP Portable Reverse Osmosis System requires no installation and provides top of the line reverse osmosis technology for the most pure filtered water available. With its sleek and modern design and ability to be placed directly on your countertop, this system is the world’s first of its kind, with no instillation, zero waste water, and ZIP mobile reverse osmosis water purifying technology.
Reverse Osmosis represents state-of-the-art water filtration technology. Simply, it works by processing water molecules that are pushed through a micro-fine semi-permeable membrane by the use of water pressure. The system is equipped with a pump, in order to increase pressure. This pressure forces the water through the membrane leaving behind contaminants and other unwanted substances. The substances that are left behind are diverted to storage, so they are not left in the system to cause any buildup within the machine and keeping the membrane clean. Our online water filter shop also provides alkaline filters that can be added to any of their reverse osmosis systems, but the Puricom ZIP Portable System already comes with it. It’s capable of ionizing your drinking water, resulting in better taste and healthier purer water for your health.
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Why is a reverse osmosis water filtration system a good choice for you?
- Saturday, 15 November 2014 20:54
A reverse osmosis, aka ro water purification system seems to be a complex system, but in reality it is a very simple and a straight forward process of filtration. This RO process helps in transforming undrinkable seawater for drinking purposes. Reverse osmosis water filtration systems can remove many types of molecules and ions from solutions, and is used in both the production of potable water and industrial processes . The result is that the solute is retained on the pressurized side of the ro filter membrane and the pure solvent is allowed to pass to the other side. To be “selective”, this membrane shouldn’t allow large molecules or ions through the pores (holes), but should allow smaller components of the solution (such as the solvent) to pass freely.
Usually in the normal osmosis process, the solvent naturally moves from an area of low solute concentration (high water potential), through a special ro membrane to a zone of high solute concentration (low water potential). Applying an external pressure to reverse the natural flow of pure solvent, thus, is reverse osmosis. The process is similar to other membrane technology applications. However, key differences are found between reverse osmosis and filtration. The most dominant removal mechanism in membrane filtration is size exclusion or straining, so the process can theoretically achieve perfect exclusion of particles. Moreover, reverse osmosis involves a diffusive mechanism, so that the separation efficiency is dependent on pressure, water flux rate and solute concentration. Reverse osmosis systems are most commonly known for their use in drinking water purification from seawater, removing the salt and other effluent materials from the water molecules.
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How to remove fluoride from drinking water?
- Thursday, 13 November 2014 13:04
Water promotes health, bringing indispensable changes in the body for quick recovery, proper metabolism and other functions by acting as a source of vital nutrients. But what if it’s loaded with fluoride? No one wants to look older than they are for sure! Are you looking for a water filter that removes fluoride?
No matter how fluoridated the water is, a fluoride water filter will successfully remove all fluoride compounds from tap water, making it beneficial for drinking. Even if you try to look for test results, go ahead and make yourself comfortable. Fluoride traces will not be detected at all! Reverse osmosis water filters are the best systems if you want completely remove fluoride. Some types of special cartridge and candle filters are also considered as fluoride water filters, due to the fact that these technologies constantly get rid of fluoride present in water. They have specific materials designed to work in this cause.
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How do reverse osmosis systems work?
- Monday, 10 November 2014 14:17
Speaking of great tasting water, it is almost impossible not to mention one of the best technologies so far in order to produce quality water for drinking purposes. The reverse osmosis filtration technique is used by many water treatment companies to make water safer than ever before. There is no doubt in the fact that many major water companies are adopting reverse osmosis techniques. It is true that reverse osmosis converts seawater into drinking water, but it is important for us to be aware of how this process really works through the reverse osmosis water filtration.
The ro water filter is an innovative product that has to some extent, set up major benchmarks for others. So how does this treatment occur? The water is forced against a semi-permeable membrane with immense pressure where the ion exclusion then takes place. Due to this, the membrane forms an obstacle to exclude all the contaminants and allows only the other water molecules to pass through.The rejection rate here is very high. If you require this treated water from a reverse osmosis water filter, it is important to take into account that this filter will need raw water of approximately 3-4 gallons. The membrane consists of small pores so that the water can flow and restrict organic compounds, like minerals and salts, that have a bigger composition as compared to water. The semi-permeable membrane further restricts bacteria and other pathogens from passing through.
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