Reverse Osmosis Overview
Reverse Osmosis (RO) works by filtering water through a semi-permeable membrane that won’t allow most contaminents to pass through. They generally use a process called cross flow, which ensures that they are constantly cleaning themselves. The down-side to RO is that typically, it will only recover between 5% and 15% of the water entering the system, the rest is waste.
Reverse Osmosis System Suppliers
|Name & Website||Based||Suitability||Online Ordering||Secure Site|
|Aquatic Reef Systems||USA||Various||YES||YES|
|Premier Water Systems||USA||Various||YES||YES|
For a comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of reverse osmosis against other water treatment methods, you may wish to look at the water treatment comparison page.
More information on Reverse Osmosis
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