Reverse Osmosis Systems

Reverse Osmosis Advantages :
Reverse osmosis, commonly abbreviated as RO , was first introduced in North America through home purification systems in the 1970s.
This purification method uses a semipermeable membrane, which filters out water contaminants and various compounds.
RO systems effectively remove harmful contaminants such as lead, arsenic and nitrates.
They also remove a high percentage of added fluoride, which has become a controversial issue.
Fluoride is added to many municipal water systems in the United States to deter cavities, although too much of it is toxic and leads to a variety of side effects.
Fewer Contaminants:
Compared to unfiltered tap water, RO water is likely to contain fewer contaminants.
Lead is a relatively common contaminant in tap water, especially in areas where the water pipes and infrastructure are old and in need of repair.
Too much lead in your body results in increased blood pressure, reduced fertility and nerve damage.
Lead toxicity can also cause brain damage and anemia in children.
An RO system is also great for filtering out parasites such as cryptosporidium, which is a common contaminant in lakes and rivers.
Cryptosporidium infection leads to stomach cramps, fever and diarrhea.
Better Taste:
Taste is obviously very subjective, but RO water is usually rated as better tasting than tap water by people who directly compare the two in blind taste tests, according to the National Rural Water Association .
Lead, iron, nitrates, sulfur-based compounds and various chemical residues often make tap water unpalatable.
The removal of these substances by reverse osmosis can give drinking water a cleaner or fresher taste.
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