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a reverse osmosis water filter for the home?

by:Lvyuan      2021-01-21
How does reverse osmosis work?
Is reverse osmosis a good idea for the whole House for clean water?
We have real answers to these questions.
For most people in the United States, the biggest problem with water is chlorine content.
If your tap water comes from a water treatment facility, then chlorine is your biggest problem if you pay for it.
Of course, there are more than 2000 other chemicals in our tap water.
Any one of them may cause problems for you.
To solve our problem, some companies are trying to sell the reverse osmosis system of the whole house.
But how does reverse osmosis work?
Will it really protect us from these chemicals?
The short answer is No.
In reverse osmosis, water under high pressure is forced through the membrane.
The film absorbs dirt, mud and debris.
Many public facilities use reverse osmosis as a step in water treatment.
In rural areas, water comes from rivers and even oceans, and the reverse osmosis of the whole house can be used to make water suitable for kitchen use.
For most of us, our tap water is already \"suitable\" for use in the kitchen.
It\'s just not that safe.
A big problem is that the water treatment facility adds chlorine to the water to protect the membrane in the reverse osmosis system from decay.
Chlorine is basically a disinfectant.
It\'s just bleach.
It kills creatures that can grow on the anti-permeable membrane.
So, logically, the membrane does not filter out chlorine.
If your question is how reverse osmosis filters chemicals in water, the answer is that it doesn\'t work.
The \"holes\" on the membrane are simply not small enough to capture chemicals such as chlorine.
So don\'t buy it if someone wants to sell you a complete house reverse osmosis system and your water comes from a water treatment facility.
For most people, the reverse osmosis system of the whole house is a waste of money.
And, even for those who need water, it\'s a waste.
Every time a gallon of water is filtered, about five gallons of water will be wasted.
Another drawback of the whole house reverse osmosis system is that it removes minerals from the water.
We need these minerals.
They are good for our health.
Some industries need to go
This is one of the reasons why the system was originally designed.
It is not a solution designed to provide people with cleaner, better-tasting drinking water.
You need more than one if you want better drinking water
Stage filter including activated carbon filter.
That\'s the bottom line.
Hope this answers your question about how reverse osmosis works.
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