What is Reverse osmosis (RO) in water purifiers and why is it important?
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a membrane technology filtration method that removes a wide variety of large molecules and ions from a solution by pressurizing the solution as it rests on one side of a selective membrane. As a result, the solute is retained on the pressurized side of the membrane and the pure solvent can pass through to the other side.
Why is it important?
The problem with drinking tap water is that it contains harmful toxins and inorganic compounds such as lead, which can cause high blood pressure and kidney problems if consumed in excess. Pollution of the environment and degradation of natural resources require methods to filter these contaminants from drinking water. The primary reason RO water purifiers are in such high demand is their ability to remove contaminants from water.
About 97% of bacteria, viruses and other elements that can cause serious health problems can be removed. Even fine particles of 10 microns or less can be removed with an RO cleaner. This sets it apart from other machines available for the same price. Other machines operate at relatively small levels, such as 60 microns and 70 microns, but never exceed their capabilities. Also, there are certain contaminants that stick to clothes when washed in contaminated water, even if they are harmless to the body. These include limescale, clay, etc., but almost all types of contaminants are successfully removed by this RO cleaner.
Five benefits of RO water purifier
• Offers a better taste
• Protects against chlorine and other harmful chemicals present
• Safeguards against germs and bacteria
• Helps to fight against viruses and parasites
• Personal customization is available to suit your needs
Tap water offers convenience at the expense of health, but with our Ruby water tech RO water filters with other features like UV+UF+alkaline included give you pure, safe drinking water at your disposal. Not only is it easy to install in your home, it is also one of the best investments you can make for the well-being of your family.