Unfiltered sparkling, clean water directly from the faucet isn’t a common occurrence in Phoenix, Arizona. Many Phoenix homeowners prefer to drink bottled water or have a home filter. Phoenix reverse osmosis can provide clean drinking water and is another option for Arizonans.
It is a treatment created to remove unwanted molecules from water and in the process, the water is purified. Home owners will be amazed at the quality of drinking water from Phoenix reverse osmosis. Read below to learn about the procedure and its advantages.
The reverse osmosis process depends upon a semi-permeable membrane. Household water is directed through the membrane or filter to remove sediment, particulates, chlorine taste and odor. Molecules of the sediment and particulates are larger than the water molecules. Because of this, the added deposits are left on one side of the membrane while the water is cleaned and passes through to the other side. In the final stage, directly before leaving the faucet, the water passes through an activated carbon absorption block filter which continues to remove tastes and odors. The end result of Phoenix reverse osmosis is clean, low in minerals drinking water.
There are many advantages to Phoenix reverse osmosis, the most obvious being easy to access, clean drinking water. Having close proximity to drinking water relieves the need for bottled water and bulky refrigerator filters. Users have also reported richer, more robust flavors in coffee, tea, soup and other foods and beverages made with reverse osmosis treated water. The low mineral content allows for the tastes of the food to be clearer and more pronounced.
Reverse osmosis is able to remove minerals such as salt, aluminum, arsenic, lead, manganese, iron, copper, mercury, radon and calcium, as well as some chemicals such as fluoride. This reduces health issues related to the contaminants for family members and pets drinking the water.
For more information about Phoenix reverse osmosis and how it can help your home, contact an EcoWater AZ representative today!