Reverse Osmosis Membranes Necessary

  • Yes the reverse osmosis system membrane is really necessary to purify the water for any contamination.

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  • The reverse osmosis system removes all minerals from the tap water, the good and the bad once.
  • If you want chemicals, parasites or any harmful substances in the tap water, it is fine use the tap water.
  • It is your and the families health you play with.
  • To risk your health for some minerals that may be present in the water is a big risk to take.
  • We get our minerals from the food and vegetables that we eat not what we drink.
  • There are more good minerals in beer and ciders than in tap water.
  • Do you need the other people’s medicine, hormones and chemicals that they flush down the toilet?
  • That is what you get when you drink tap water.
  • Fact, the government recycle the sewerage treated water.
  • The sewerage treated water is not pumped into the rivers but into our tap water supply.
  • Not to talk about the HIV medicine.
  • What about all this parasites that is on this website that comes from the sewerage treatment plants that was flushed down the toilet by the infected person.
  • There are a thousand things that I can name here.

Reverse Osmosis Membranes Necessary for total protection:

  • The membrane of the reverse osmosis system is very important to purify the contaminated water.
  • The water system removes parasites that are present in the water.
  • The reverse osmosis membrane removes all bacteria from the water source.
  • The activated carbon filter removes chemicals but the final removal of chemicals is the membrane that does it.
  • The membrane removes poisons from tap water to.
  • The water filters removes any solids from tap water but the membrane do the ultimate removal.
  • The three pre-filters removes most of the sludge that is present in tap water from sewerage plant.
  • The reverse osmosis system provides clean purified water.

Council tap water and why the Reverse Osmosis Membranes Necessary:

Reverse Osmosis Membranes Necessary

Reverse Osmosis Membranes Necessary Advice

  •  Get the 5 stage reverse osmosis system for total protection from contaminated tap water.
  • Parasites that is present in the tap water that is contaminated by the added sewerage treated water.
  • Believe it that chlorine does not kill all parasites that may be present in the tap water.
  • Yes, I can assure you that even if you smell a strong chlorine smell in your tap water know that the Roundworms in the water are alive and well.
  • Medicine of other people that’s been passed out and flushed down the toilet is prevented from been present in your purified drinking water.
  • Chemicals in the tap water would be directed down the reverse osmosis systems waste water.
  • Do you want more reasons why you must get a 5 stage reverse osmosis system for clean purified water?

You use borehole water:

  • Borehole water and a minefield have the same dangers in common.
  • You do not see or know about the danger until it is too late.
  • People have the impression that borehole water is clean and pure.
  • This is a misconception for borehole water is contaminated by the settlements that have toilets that do not comply with the health standards that home owners must comply to.
  • There is in South Africa boreholes who’s water is “Radio Active”, that is the dangers of our borehole water.
  • The government must take responsibility for the contamination of our borehole water.
  • The government do not control and enforce sewerage issues like the settlement problems.
  • The next issue is the mines and industries that do whatever they want for the government just look the other way.
  • The best you can do is to get a 5 stage reverse osmosis system for human consumption.
  • Get a big filtration system for the animals for they consume that chemicals and parasites.
  • When we eat the meat for the animals we consume the chemicals that have been stored in their meat.
  • To use activated carbon filters on boreholes is a good start to clean the borehole water but it is not to say that the dangerous chemicals is been removed.
  • Use a 0.5 pleated water filter to prevent parasites and some bacteria from going through to the drinking water, use no other sediment type of filter.
  • Do not! I say do not use any other type of sediment water filter.
  • Sales people will inform you that the filter that they recommended is just as good.
  • You can listen to them but what do they know about that filter?
  • Did the salesperson investigate or intensively tested that filter?
  • I highly recommended the Installing of a UV light in the tank and not inline of any system.
  • If you install the UV system inline the problem is that the water flow pass the UV light in seconds and that is not enough time for the UV system to work to its full potential.
  • To install the UV system in the top of the tank is better because then you expose the organisms to the UV light for the duration that the organism is in the storage tank and that can be hours in relationship to a few seconds in the inline system.
  • If you use a UV light on a reverse osmosis system you must install it before the water flow into the tank.
  • Is the Reverse Osmosis Membranes Necessary or even the reverse osmosis system really necessary.

Our water is hard:

Are RO membranes necessary

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  • The first step is to install a water softener system.
  • Use an ultra-filtration system in the top of the storage tank if you have a storage tank.
  • Do not use an reverse osmosis system but if you must it must always be after the water softening system.
  • Ultra filtration filter is cheaper than a reverse osmosis systems membrane and can work with a very low water inlet water pressure.
  • You can contact us to assist you with your water problems.
  • Do not listen to any sales person they will cost you a lot of money; it is about their sales figures.
  • They will tell you whatever you want to hear but the question are; do they work, install and service the systems every day themselves?