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What is Reverse Osmosis and How Does it Affect Water Quality? Households need water for cooking and drinking and we want to ensure that our family only get safe and tasty water, which can be delivered directly to your home through the reverse osmosis process used by a water purifying system . We need water daily, and this daily need can be supplied by public or private sources of water. We can be happy that there are water treatment plants that remove particulates from the water that we get but these same water treatment plants use chemicals to kill viruses and bacteria. These chemicals may cause harm to humans too. Treatment plants, however, are not able to remove the dead bacteria, the chemicals, and particles of industrial waste that comes in volumes and are gradually going to the natural resources of water. When these contaminated water reaches our homes, we are at the risk of contracting diseases. Private wells are also polluted with the same chemicals which is also very risky for us. What can contaminate wells are the excessive pesticides and herbicides from farms which also contains viruses and hazardous bacteria.
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Chemicals wastes are removed through a reverse osmosis method since water molecules from water coming from public or private sources are forced through a membrane which is partially porous , leaving the chemical wastes behind and are eventually washed out.
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The membrane that filters out the chemicals have pores that are very tiny the size of 0.0005 microns, just a little bigger than a water molecule size. When water molecules are forced through the pores under pressure, only pure water is able to pass through and leaves all the pollutants behind, and the pure water then goes to a storage tank. The waster containing the contaminants will ultimately go down the drain because it is unable to pass through the membrane. Reverse osmosis systems are able to deliver purely clean water to our homes because they can efficiently stop contaminants from entering our systems and these contaminants can include dissolved minerals and solids, heavy metals like lead, bacteria, chlorine, chemicals, pesticide, herbicides, viruses, and other industrial contaminants. Installing a reverse osmosis system for the whole household will cost you dearly. Having a reserve osmosis system installed for a smaller portion of your home, like the kitchen, will be more practical because here you do your cooking and you also do your refilling of drinking water containers. You can either install our small system under your sink or over the counter with a separate tap for water coming from your storage tank. You are assured of pure, clean, and tasty water from your small water system because when you open you tap the water coming from your storage tanks undergoes another filtration, and this time it takes away residual odors and tastes.