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by:Lvyuan      2021-01-21
Tap water usually contains impurities such as phosphate, nitrate and heavy metals.
Reverse osmosis water is pure, smelly and colorless.
Water purified by reverse osmosis does not contain dissolved minerals.
It has a special nature that can actively absorb toxic substances in the body and eliminate them.
There is no fluoride in reverse osmosis water, and fluoride is sometimes found in tap water.
It is also free of sulfuric acid, arsenic, aluminum, radioactivity, salt, detergent, bacteria and most viruses.
It is classified as soft water because all hardness is removed during reverse osmosis.
Reverse osmosis water is acidic in nature.
Removing alkaline minerals from the water creates acid water.
Acidic water can pose a danger to the body system, causing calcium and other essential minerals on bones and teeth to be peeled off to neutralize its acidity.
Reverse osmosis water is useful in aquariums that breed fish from the Amazon River.
A lot of rain flows through the Amazon, resulting in very little minerals in the water.
The tap water in most homes contains too much dissolved minerals, which makes it difficult for fish caught from the Amazon River to survive.
Many fish from the Amazon River basin are still healthy and are more likely to breed in aquariums using tap water through reverse osmosis filters.
Although reverse osmosis does extract several contaminants from drinking water, its removal capacity is not very suitable for the challenge of municipal treatment of water.
Municipal water contains pollutants such as chlorine and volatile organic chemicals.
Because the physical size of these pollutants is less than water, half
The permeable membrane cannot prohibit them from passing through with water.
Despite such shortcomings, reverse osmosis water is becoming more and more popular among Americans because its benefits far outweigh the disadvantages.
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