Water quality is deteriorating
all the time. Contamination from natural & man-made
sources is on the increase. As the average human body is
70% water by weight, it makes sense that the water we consume
should be the purest available. Many of us choose to consume
bottled water but this is not necessarily the purest or
the best. The only way to ensure you and your family are
consuming the best water available is to purify it at the
point of use. But what about all the minerals in tap water?.
There are a few trace elements in tap water that are beneficial,
most of them are not. All of the beneficial trace elements
can be obtained in much larger quantities from a well balance
diet. The highest mineral concentration in tap water is
usually calcium (in hard water areas) up to 300mg per litre,
but just take a look at the calcium you get from milk or
cheese it far outweighs the small quantity from water. Ask
your water company for a copy of the tests they have to
carry out on your water supplies, and see for yourself exactly
what's in every glass you drink.
Already in use in industrial & medical
processes such as pharmaceutical's, haemodialysis, semiconductor
manufacture, kidney dialysis & sea water desalination.
Reverse Osmosis has now become cost effective to use in
the domestic environment. Advances in membrane technology
have allowed the design & manufacture of affordable
yet effective reverse osmosis systems for the home.
Reverse Osmosis can treat a wide variety
of health and aesthetic contaminants. Unpleasant tastes
& odour caused by chlorine, sulphate's or chlorides
are effectively removed. Contamination by arsenic, asbestos,
atrazine, pesticides, herbicides, fluoride, lead, mercury,
nitrate, radium, benzene, trichloroethylene, trihalomethanes
and radon are all effectively removed providing the highest
quality, pure drinking water.
How to choose a reverse osmosis
system from the wide range we offer.
If you have reasonable water pressure
above 40psi (check with you water company) any of the Series
D models will work well at this pressure or above. Systems
are offered in various configurations, simply put, the more
stages the water passes through, the better the final quality.
Systems are sized in US gallons per day (GPD) choose a system
with approximately double the capacity you need. Remember
to allow for drinking & cooking. If you have extremely
low water pressure below 40psi choose a pumped system from
our Series E range. For light commercial applications such
as restaurants, hotels etc. choose from our Series LC range.
All systems can be installed by a competent DIYer.
If your not sure what's right for you
call, fax or e-mail us for advice. Contact