What is the Micron Size of Reverse Osmosis Filter?

Micron Size of RO FIlter

The pore size of a reverse osmosis filter is approximately 0.0001 micron. Reverse osmosis is a process in which water is forced through a membrane to extract dissolved minerals and other pollutants. Reverse osmosis filters are used in many industries, including water purification, wastewater treatment, air quality control, and food processing. In this article, we … Read more

What Happens if I Never Clean My R.O. System?

What happens if RO filter is not changed?

Reverse osmosis water systems are one of the most popular water filtration systems on the market. They’re perfect for people who want to save water but don’t have the time or resources to clean their system regularly. However, if you don’t clean your reverse osmosis water system regularly, it can start to get clogged and … Read more

Why Does My Reverse Osmosis Water Smell Bad?

Why Does My Reverse Osmosis Water Smell Bad?

Reverse osmosis water systems are the most popular way to get clean, filtered drinking water. If you’re lucky enough to have a reverse osmosis system in your home, chances are that it’s been doing an excellent job for you. However, if you notice that your water smells bad or has a funny taste, it may … Read more

What is a TDS Meter? Do You Need One?

TDS Meter

A TDS meter is a device that measures the total dissolved solids in water. The higher the TDS reading, the higher the concentration of dissolved solids in your water. The TDS meter is a great way to test your RO system to ensure that you are getting clean, healthy water. To know whether you need … Read more

What are Reverse Osmosis Filters Made of?

Inside of an RO Filter

Reverse osmosis filters are made up of a combination of various materials like polypropylene and fiberglass. Most often, they are made of polypropylene because it is the most common and can withstand the pressure that the water is subjected to during use. It’s also easy for manufacturers to create this type of filter with fiberglass. … Read more

How To Care for Your Reverse Osmosis System – RO Maintenance Tips

RO System Care and Maintenance

Reverse osmosis is a filtering process that uses pressure to force water across a semi selective membrane under conditions of higher than atmospheric pressure. This is the process by which most residential, commercial, and industrial water supplies are treated. However, it’s important to maintain your home or office reverse osmosis system properly to avoid problems … Read more

How To Troubleshoot Reverse Osmosis Systems – 25 Common RO Problems & Solutions

Troubleshooting an RO System

Reverse osmosis systems are common in homes and businesses that do not have access to city water. These systems remove all the impurities from the water to create clean, pure drinking water.  A good reverse osmosis system removes a wide variety of dangerous substances such as parasites, bacteria, viruses, heavy metals, nitrates, chlorine, organic compounds … Read more