Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis, sometimes referred to as hyper-filtration, is the process of removing water impurities by forcing the water though a semi-permeable membrane. Naturally, liquids will flow from the direction of the diluted solution to the concentrated (osmosis).  A reverse osmosis water system will allow for the removal of impurities such as salts and other molecules.

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