WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM AT YOUR HOUSE
The reverse osmosis filtration system is constructed using high-quality materials, such as stainless steel, to ensure long-lasting durability and performance. The system’s components are designed to work together to effectively filter out impurities and provide clean, safe drinking water for the home.
The first step is to gather water from a source, such as a well or municipal water supply, and pump it into the reverse osmosis system.
Before the reverse osmosis filtration process begins, the water goes through a pretreatment step to remove any larger particles, such as sediment or organic matter, that could clog the system’s filters.
The water then passes through a semi-permeable reverse osmosis membrane, where impurities, such as salts, minerals, and chemicals, are filtered out.
The purified water is then stored in a collection tank, which holds the treated water until it’s needed.
After the reverse osmosis filtration process, the water may go through a post-treatment step to further purify it and improve its taste, odor, and appearance. This could involve adding minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, back into the water.
Finally, the purified water is then distributed throughout the home or hotel for drinking, cooking, and other uses.
Let us assist you in preparing your home or project for sustainability and purification