Reverse Osmosis Water Purification Process for Georgia
Reverse Osmosis Purification
Reverse Osmosis is a water purification process in which water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane that removes 99.99% of tap water impurities. This is the most advanced means to have bottled quality water at your tap. Reverse Osmosis removes all the contaminants of concern to the consumer including bacteria, viruses, parasites, heavy metals, inorganic chemicals, pesticides and algae. This is the most common purification method for water bottling plants, and has been used for years to desalinate water.
How does a Reverse Osmosis Membrane Work?
The Reverse Osmosis membrane has a tight pore structure (less than 0.0001 micron or 500,000 times less than the diameter of a human hair) that removes all the contaminants of concern to the consumer. See how it works.
Advantages of Reverse Osmosis Filtration:
- Improves taste, odor and appearance.
- Removes 99.99% of contaminants.
- Does not consume energy.
- Does not collect pollutants but flushes them down the drain.
- Easy to keep clean.
- Low production cost- bottled water quality for pennies from your tap.