Reverse Osmosis Drinking Systems is the most economical water treatment method that will remove the widest spectrum of contaminants.  This is the process from which bottled water is made as well as the process involved in many other water treatment markets today.  Reverse osmosis will typically remove 90-98% off all contaminants in the water.  The effectiveness of RO depends on incoming water quality, incoming water temperature, and the incoming pressure.  We offer a variety of residential reverse osmosis systems for drinking and cooking.  All of our reverse osmosis systems will provide excellent quality water for you and/or your family.  All of these systems utilize NSF certified components and are sent to you with everything necessary for a basic installation (see list below).  In most cases all filters except the membrane should be replaced every 6-12 months.  Membranes should typically be replaced every 2-3 years depending on water quality.

  • Sediment, carbon, membrane filters
  • Feed water shut-off valve
  • Storage tank w/ shut-off valve
  • Mounting hardware
  • Plenty of polyethylene tubing for each connection
  • Drain saddle
  • Elegant faucet upgrade
  • System sanitizer
  • Oring silicon
  • Instruction manual
  • Technical support for installation assistance

 

Typical RO contaminant removal list

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aas-aqua-pure-5-stageOur Aqua Pure Flow system is a 5 stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Systems.  This unit starts with polypropylene sediment pre-filter to remove sediment and debris.  Then, the water will go through (2) carbon block pre-filter to eliminate the chlorine or Volatile Organic Chemicals in the water.  Following this pre-filtration the water forced through a semi-permeable.  This is what is doing most of the purifying of the water.  The product (good) water is then sent to the storage tank while the concentrate (bad) water is sent to the drain.  When water is called for at the faucet, the high quality water that is in the storage tank is sent through a final Granular Activated Carbon polishing filter, which freshens up the taste for your drinking.

aas-aqua-pure-hpThe Aqua Pure Flow HP (High Pressure) is a great system for someone that is looking for an RO system that will not only provide great pressure at the POU (Point of Use), but can also accommodate refrigerators and icemakers.  This system utilizes a non electric permeate pump that provides good constant pressure to all outlets that it feeds.  In many cases, a standard RO system will not provide satisfactory results when connected to a fridge.  The Aqua Pure HP will also fill up the storage tank much quicker, and reduce the overall waste water from the RO as well.

Our Aqua Pure Flow QC (Quick Change) RO system is becoming very popular nowadays.  The reason is because this system is very innovative and makes maintenance and filter changes very simple and easy.  Every filter in this system is totally encapsulated.  In order to change these filters, the filter is lifted to a 45 degree angle.  This will immediately shut-off the system.  The filters are then twisted ¼ turn counter clockwise to release.  The new filter is then twisted clockwise and locked into place.  These filter changes are so quick and easy that a complete filter replacement of all four filters can be done in less than five minutes!  No wrench, tools, stress, or mess are necessary for this filter change.   This unit is also more efficient than most reverse osmosis systems today.

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