What is RO Water?
Reverse Osmosis Water is one of the purest forms of water available.
RO Water has been purified by pushing the water through a semi-permeable membrane.
The semi-permeable membrane acts a bit like a front screen door, it allows the air to flow in but not the bugs or anything larger than the holes in the screen door.
This process removes impurities, minerals and chemicals from the water to give you clean drinking water that tastes great.
Because RO water is naturally acidic, many Reverse Osmosis Water Filters are equipped with a pH elevation or remineralisation process.
You don't want to be consuming acidic water by any means.
Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Benefits:
What do RO systems do?
RO Filters use a special membrane that allows the purest form of liquid through while blocking out any unwanted materials such as bacteria, chemicals, and other nasty contaminants.
We created a Whole Buyers Guide to Reverse Osmosis to help you further understand what it is.
Feel free to check it out and contact us if you have any questions.
We’d be happy to help.