Reverse Osmosis household drinking water purification systems are commonly used for improving water for drinking and cooking. Such systems typically include a number of steps: A sediment filter to trap particles including rust and calcium carbonate optionally a second sediment filter with smaller pores. An activated carbon filter to trap organic chemicals, and chlorine which will attack and degrade TFC reverse osmosis membranes A reverse osmosis (RO) filter which is a thin film composite membrane (TFM or TFC) Optionally a second carbon filter to capture those chemicals not removed by the RO membrane. Optionally an ultra-violet lamp is used for disinfection of any microbes that may escape filtering by the reverse osmosis membrane.
RO750 757 Litres Per Day Light Commercial RO
RO1500 1514 Litres Per Day Light Commercial Reverse Osmosis System with 41 litre Tank
2271 Litres Per Day Light Commercial Reverse Osmosis System with 75 Litre Tank
RO 3000 3028 Litres Per day Light Commercial Reverse Osmosis System With 75 Litre Tank