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reverse osmosis water filters for home use - why they are not a good idea

by:Lvyuan      2021-01-21
We are not established to process harmful chemicals such as drugs, pesticides or herbicides.
Sadly, this is just a shortlist of things you can find in tap water right now.
As humans, we need our water to be as pure as possible and still be able to give us a certain amount of useful elements such as minerals and salt.
The solution, of course, is to use a water filter.
The problem now is that because there are so many products in the market, the solution is no longer simple --
Finding out what works best for your needs requires some research and expertise.
Recently, the reverse osmosis system was under some good pressure and was recommended as a final solution.
We have our own views on this.
If you intend to purchase one of these systems for your home, we encourage you to read this article before.
Basically, the working principle of reverse osmosis water filtration system is very simple-
They apply pressure to move the solution (
Not pure water in this case)through a semi-
Permeable membrane.
This keeps the impurities behind the membrane and you get the water on the other side without the impurities.
This sounds great in theory.
But if you think about it a little, they can actually only remove something heavier than water.
The problem is that some chemicals, pesticides and herbicides are lighter than the water itself, so they are used with \"purified\" water through the membrane.
On the other hand, some of the ingredients you want to keep are removed, such as the salt and some minerals that our body needs.
Therefore, it is true that this type of filter does not produce drinking water well.
Another important reason to make these systems useless to the home is that they have a lot of water at the waist due to low back pressure.
They can only recycle up to 15% of the water entering the system;
The rest is discarded as wastewater.
Industrial installations have methods to recover these water with an efficiency of nearly 50%, but these methods do not apply to home installations.
Other than that, no matter how rich you are, you will be surprised by the price.
An average reverse osmosis system takes about $10,000, and as we can see, they can hardly do the work it should do.
For home use, there are cheaper alternatives that are more effective, such as carbon filters.
The fact is that the reverse osmosis system is actually used for industrial purposes.
It is used in seawater desalination, sewage purification and coral reef aquarium.
In the food industry, they save a lot of money when they are used to produce concentrated juice and milk powder instead of traditional heating
Treatment process.
In the car wash service, they produce water with low salt content and are loved by car paint, so they are highly appreciated.
All in all, if you are looking for a water filter system for your home, you \'d better consider other options.
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