Reverse Osmosis Water Purifiers

Reverse Osmosis also knows as RO is one of the most effective water treatment process that will provide clean, great-tasting drinking water for your home or business.

Bluonics reverse osmosis is a water purification technology that uses a semipermeable membrane to remove impurities from water. Some benefits of using reverse osmosis at home include:

  1. Improved drinking water quality: Reverse osmosis can remove a wide range of impurities, including bacteria, viruses, heavy metals, and chemicals, making it an effective way to improve the quality of your drinking water.
  2. Reduced risk of waterborne illnesses: By removing harmful contaminants from your water, reverse osmosis can help reduce the risk of waterborne illnesses such as cholera, typhoid, and dysentery.
  3. Convenience: Reverse osmosis systems can be installed under the sink, making it convenient to have clean, purified water on demand.
  4. Cost savings: While the initial cost of a reverse osmosis system may be higher than other water filtration options, it can save money in the long run by reducing the need to buy bottled water.
  5. Environmental benefits: Using a reverse osmosis system can also help reduce plastic waste by eliminating the need for disposable water bottles.

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If you're looking for an affordable filtration system that will provide you with quality water, Reverse Osmosis can be a great system for you that is highly effective and low maintenance.

There are 4 factors that you need to consider before buying a water filter system:

  • Water Pressure: Do I need a booster pump? Most RO units need at least 45 psi to operate correctly. If your pressure is lower than this, you might look for a RO with a Booster pump similar to this Bluonics 5-stage RO with a booster pump. 
  • Filtration Quality: The quality of RO filters can be measured by the total dissolved solids (TDS) of the filtered water against the source water. A regular RO removes up to 99% of over 1000 contaminants, including lead, chlorine, fluoride, arsenic, asbestos, calcium, sodium, nitrates, and more.
  • Flow Rate: Reverse Osmosis has a gallon per day (GPD) number that refers to the amount of water a unit can filter per day at an optimum condition. In most cases, the amount is about 10-20% lesser as stated.
  • UV & Alkaline add-ons: You have the option to buy a system with these add-ons. Ultraviolet light is the most effective method for disinfecting and treating 99.9% of virus, germs and bacteria such as E coli, coliform, Giardia, and Salmonella. UV will give you an additional level of purification for your drinking water, especially recommended for well water sources.
    Alkaline adds needed minerals back in your drinking water.