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Reverse osmosis is a water treatment process that forces water through an extremely fine membrane to remove dissolved minerals. Purified water passes through the membrane and collects in a storage container to remove and reject up to 99% of impurities and contaminants from water.

Contaminants such as iron, lead, nitrate, magnesium, copper, sodium, viruses, and much more can be eliminated using only water pressure. Reverse osmosis system should be purchased by anyone who is concerned about the quality, taste, odor or levels of dissolved minerals in their drinking water.