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100 psi Water temperature 21 degrees Celsius 500 PPPM TDS
Nominal rejection rate over 96% TFC Membrane
Genuine Kem Flow RO Reverse Osmosis Unit
Water temperature 21 degrees Celsius
500 PPPM TDS
Nominal rejection rate over 96%
3 Year Limited Warranty
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The RO systems work by pressuring water up against a semi-permeable membrane that stops contaminants from passing but allows clean water to get through. Both health-related related contaminates-such as lead and asbestos-as well as many aesthetic contaminates that can affect taste, colour and odour of water are reduced or eliminated by an RO system.
Reverse Osmosis systems, produce high-quality water perfect for use in drinking, cooking and making ice cubes. The low mineral content of ROtreated water also makes it ideal for use in steam irons, car batteries and humidifiers. Today, more than 70 percent of Australians say they are concerned about the quality of their home water. A reverse osmosis system is an effective means producing gallons/Litres of fresh water at a fraction of the cost of premium-bottled water.HOW SPECIFICLLY DAS REVERS OSMOSIS WORK?
Osmosis is the natural tendency for water of al lesser concentration containing few dissolvent particles) to pass through a semi-permeable membrane and dilute water of a higher concentration (containing more dissolved particles). Eventually, the fluid concentration on both sides of the membrane is equalized.
Reverse Osmosis, as its name implies, is the reversal to the natural flow of osmosis. By applying pressure to the water solution of higher concentration (the incoming water), the flow of liquid is reversed. Under these conditions, the membrane still rejects the containment, but allows the fresh cleansed water to pass through. The purified water is collected and the contaminates are flushed away. The process, originally designed to make see water drinkable for the Navy, removes sodium, as well as lead, arsenic, nitrates, asbestos, and a range of other contaminants from household drinking or bore water.Questions and Answers about Reverse Osmosis Systems for Home Water Treatment:
Q. Who should consider purchasing reverse osmosis systems?
A. Anyone concerned about the quality of their drinking water-particularly if their home drinking water-particularly if they notice taste or odour problems or are aware of high levels of dissolved minerals in their water supply-should consider an RO system. Additionally, RO systems often are recommended for immune-comprised individuals who could be especially susceptible infection from various waterborne contaminants. The centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends reverse osmosis as a method for removal of dangers microorganism cyst called Cryptosporidium. Reverse Osmosis systems, which generally include both an RO membrane and pre-and post filters, offer a comprehensive means of potentially harmful contaminants in home drinking water.
Q. Specifically which contaminants do reverse osmosis systems remove?’
Chromium III 98%
Mercury II 85%
Total Dissolved Solids 95%
Tannic Acid 98%+
A. RO systems are capable to removing certain biological chemicals such as Cryptosporidium and Guardia. The pore size of the RO membrane along with the amount of pressure applied to the water will generally determine the rate of reduction of such contaminants. The Water Quality Association (WQA)cautions, however, that while RO membranes are reliable for treatment of a range of health contaminants, design considerations such as tiny leaks or manufacturing imperfections may prevent a unit from offering foolproof protection against biological contaminants for consumer drinking water systems. Therefore, WQA suggests that absolute disinfections (a reduction of contaminants greater than 99.9% be ensured with cyst-rated and certified products and post-disinfections systems such as ultra violet light.Q. How do I properly maintain my reverse osmosis system?
A. The filter of your RO system should be changed periodically. In general, both the pre-and post-filters should be replaced every six month, or at least annually: however, the maintenance schedule may vary due to the local water conditions, the quantity of water being filtered, and the manufacturers recommendations. The reverse osmosis membrane normally lasts between 3 to 5 years. WQA suggests you close4ly follow the maintenance schedule provided by you water treatment specialist or the manufacturer to ensure that the system is in proper working order.
Reproduce with the kind permission of the Water Quality Association. For further information visit the website at Water Quality
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