Reverse Osmosis Water Filters that remove chlorine, lead, fluoride and more. Unbox, plug in, and protect your family today.
Water Filtration Systems
The core component of reverse osmosis system is reverse osmosis membrane, which is an artificial semi-permeable membrane with certain characteristics made by simulating biological semi-permeable membrane. So how does reverse osmosis work?The working principle of reverse osmosis system is that under the pressure of the solution which is higher than the osmotic, other substances cannot pass through the semi-permeable membrane and these substances and moisture are removed. The pore size of the reverse osmosis membrane is very small and only 0.1 nanometers, so it can effectively remove dissolved salts, colloids, microorganisms, organics, etc. in the water.
Choose your reverse osmosis type
Two types of system are available for your home reverse osmosis water filter. If you want your system tucked away, choose an under sink water filtration system. It requires a more involved installation, but doesn't eat up counter space. If you have counter space to spare, choose a countertop system that needs no installation. Just open the box and plug it in!
Choose your RO filtration stages
We refer to the number of filters in your ro system as "stages." For the most complete ro filtration, where lead and chlorine are serious concerns, a 6-stage home water filtration system is recommended. For common water quality problems like smells, sediment, and the possibility of microplastics in your water, between 3 and 5-stage filtration will comfortably keep your family safe.
Place your order
It's as easy as that. When your home reverse osmosis water filter arrives, all you have to do is install it (which could be as easy as plugging in your coffee maker) and flush the filter a few times. Like a good pair of jeans or a baseball glove, your filter needs a little time to wear-in. Flushing it with water gets the filter to that sweet spot so your family can start enjoying pure water. Simple!