Reverse Osmosis: What is it?

Reverse osmosis filtration is a water treatment process in which water is forced through a membrane that has very small holes. Clean water passes through and impurities that are too big to pass through the membrane are left behind and flushed away. Reverse osmosis can remove dissolved minerals that cause hardness, toxic chemicals and other impurities. It can improve the taste of your water, plus treated water will not produce a mineral build-up in kettles and coffee makers. Reverse Osmosis units may also remove contaminants such as chromium, mercury and nitrates. Reverse Osmosis also removes fluoride.

Enjoy the benefits of a Reverse Osmosis Water System…

#Pets and PlantsA great source for more pure water for your pets and plants.
#Baby FormulaProtect your infant from water contaminants like nitrates, heavy metals and volatile organics.
#Drinking Water & IceImprove the taste of your drinking water, juices, coffee, and ice cubes.

 

Water Factory Systems is a World Leader in Water Purification Water Factory Systems is known for high quality reverse osmosis systems, extensive application knowledge and field experience. Many applications, such as steam equipment, spot free rinse, misting systems, DI pretreatment, and greenhouse water systems; are enhanced by the installation of a reverse osmosis system. Water Factory Systems feature the highest level of quality control and performance characteristics in the industry. Nothing Filters Better Than Reverse Osmosis Visit Water Factory Systems Online

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Low Sodium Diets


Water softeners do add sodium to the tap water. In fact, people with high blood pressure—who must take a low-sodium diet, should carefully watch the water they drink. According to physicians at the Mayo Clinic, the amount of sodium added to tap water by water softeners is dependent on the "hardness" (the amount of calcium Ca2+ and magnesium Mg2+ ions) of the water. Of course, doctors say that the most effective way to reduce one's sodium intake is to cut back on salty processed foods and table salt, as these two steps can drop one's systolic blood pressure by 2 to 8 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). But it is also important to cut the sodium in one's water as well. In fact, the water one drinks can be an important contributor of sodium in one's diet.


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Reverse Osmosis: What is it?

Reverse osmosis filtration is a water treatment process in which water is forced through a membrane that has very small holes. Clean water passes through and impurities that are too big to pass through the membrane are left behind and flushed away. Reverse osmosis can remove dissolved minerals that cause hardness, toxic chemicals and other impurities. It can improve the taste of your water, plus treated water will not produce a mineral build-up in kettles and coffee makers. Reverse Osmosis units may also remove contaminants such as chromium, mercury and nitrates. Reverse Osmosis also removes fluoride.

Enjoy the benefits of a Reverse Osmosis Water System…

#Pets and Plants
#Baby Formula
#Drinking Water & Ice

 

Water Factory Systems is a World Leader in Water Purification Water Factory Systems is known for high quality reverse osmosis systems, extensive application knowledge and field experience. Many applications, such as steam equipment, spot free rinse, misting systems, DI pretreatment, and greenhouse water systems; are enhanced by the installation of a reverse osmosis system. Water Factory Systems feature the highest level of quality control and performance characteristics in the industry. Nothing Filters Better Than Reverse Osmosis Visit Water Factory Systems Online

E & D Water Works

Low Sodium Diets


Water softeners do add sodium to the tap water. In fact, people with high blood pressure—who must take a low-sodium diet, should carefully watch the water they drink. According to physicians at the Mayo Clinic, the amount of sodium added to tap water by water softeners is dependent on the "hardness" (the amount of calcium Ca2+ and magnesium Mg2+ ions) of the water. Of course, doctors say that the most effective way to reduce one's sodium intake is to cut back on salty processed foods and table salt, as these two steps can drop one's systolic blood pressure by 2 to 8 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). But it is also important to cut the sodium in one's water as well. In fact, the water one drinks can be an important contributor of sodium in one's diet.