REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FILTRATION
Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration
Why Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration?
Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration is one of the best ways to get clean, purified Drinking Water. Reverse Osmosis removes dissolved minerals and other particles in your drinking water which can be harmful to your Home Plumbing Systems. Reverse Osmosis will also remove contaminants that are harmful to humans, such as: Lead, Cryptosporidium (a parasite found in contaminated water), Arsenic, Sodium, Sulfur, Chlorine and many other Contaminates and Smells. Reverse Osmosis isn’t only for those who get their water from a well. City Water customers can also benefit from a Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System because is will remove the Chlorine that most municipalities add to your drinking water. Reverse Osmosis will also aid in the removal of spots on your dishes, since the water is free of spot creating minerals and deposits.
How Does a Reverse Osmosis System Work?
Reverse Osmosis works by forcing water through a membrane. The membrane has microscopic holes which allow water to pass through, but traps larger particles, creating purified water. This water is stored in a storage tank, attached to a tap.
Benefits of Our Reverse Osmosis Drinking Systems
Legacy Plumbing Sells and Installs only the best Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems. Our systems use quick connect disposable catridges which allow you to change the filters easily and without tools. Since our cartridges have built in automatic water shut-offs, there is no need to turn off the water supply prior to changing out catridges. And because our cartridges are disposable, there is no need to wait an hour to disinfect your system, it’s ready to use immediately after a filter change. Contact Us to learn more or to schedule an appointment.
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