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Reverse Osmosis

a  dense barrier designed to allow only water to pass through

Even water treated by an approved municipal water system can lose  it's goodness. Tap water is often marred by minerals, organic matter or  chlorine. Reverse Osmosis is a process that filters such things out of  water.

 

By using pressure to force a solution through a membrane,  reverse osmosis retains the solute (dissolved solids) on one side and  allows the treated solvent (water) to pass to the other side.

 

The membranes used for reverse osmosis water systems have a  dense barrier designed to allow only water to pass through while  preventing the passage of solutes (such as salt ions). This process  requires that a high pressure be exerted on the high concentration side  of the membrane.

 

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