Experience an endless supply of purified water. Our point-of-use reverse osmosis drinking water system has the design capacity to supply a single tap and/or a refrigerator (optional hookup) so you can safely drink straight from the source while saving up to $80/year**. These systems use up to 4 filters to remove up to 96% of chlorine, reduce sodium, fluoride and other chemical contaminants leaving you with purified water. See and taste the difference with clearer water and ice cubes. No more plastic water bottle waste, waiting around for your cooler delivery or filtering one pitcher at a time.

Unlike carbon filters alone, the RO membrane is a critical step in the purification process. Once water passes through, it goes on to remove 99% of any remaining dissolved solids including lead, arsenic, heavy metals, silt, dirt and volatile chemicals and chloramines. Those impurities are captured and flushed out of the system. The purified water is then stored in a 5 gallon tank for your use.

Total dissolved solids (TDS) refers to the amount of minerals, organic matter and chemicals that are dissolved in a municipality’s water supply. It is measured by its mobile charged ions and expressed in parts per million (PPM).

A Reverse Osmosis system produces ideal drinking water which is between 0-50 PPM and can produce up to 75 gallons of water per day.

Overview TDS (PPM) Description

Ideal Scenario

0-50

Ideal drinking water from reverse osmosis, deionization, microfiltration, distillation, etc.

100 Carbon filtration, mountain springs or aquifers

Range of Average Tap Water

170

Hard water

200-300 Marginally acceptable
400 High TDS water from the tap or mineral springs

Potential Risk Levels

500+

U.S. EPA’s maximum contamination level

Features:

  • Smart key technology – auto shut off (unlike sump pump style filters which could cause cross-contamination when replacing filters)
  • Produces up to 75 gallons of water per day capacity
  • Quick connect replacement filters/membranes with built-in shut off valves
  • Premium brushed nickel/lead-free designer drinking water faucet

Benefits:

  • Saves on buying expensive bottled water
  • Reduces plastic bottle waste
  • Provides purified drinking water and health benefits that carbon filtered water alone cannot provide
  • No refrigerator filter required if the unit is connected directly to the refrigerator (save up to $80/year*)

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