Reverse Osmosis System

Our High-Efficiency Reverse Osmosis System will provide you and your home with clean, great-tasting water right from your tap through advanced filtration.

FiltersManufacturer Warranty VolumeFilter Type
3 Stage3 Year35 GPDUnder Sink RO System

Enjoy an unlimited supply of safe, delicious, pure drinking water with our 3-stage high-efficiency RO system. This multi-stage reverse osmosis system rigorously filters out contaminants by running your water through four filters. Firstly a carbon pre-filter, high efficient RO membrane module, and lastly carbon block post-filter. Additionally, this efficient system can produce up to 35 – 50 gallons of clean, fresh water per day!

This eco-friendly system is powered by your residential line pressure, thus eliminating the need for electricity to operate it! In addition, this system also helps conserve water by automatically shutting down when the storage tank reaches capacity and then turning back on the refill. Moreover, this compact RO can be easily installed under your sink and also comes with a designated drinking water faucet that can be used for cooking and drinking water applications. Replacing your filters is easy and mess-free; simply twist them in or out of their place.

This RO system has been optimized for the reduction of select volatile organic compounds, thus receiving refreshing water, crystal clear ice cubes, and better-tasting coffee, tea, soup, and fruit drinks. With long-lasting, highly efficient filters, enjoy an unlimited supply of refreshing water without the hassle or plastic waste of single-use bottles. Begin your day risk-free with pure water and a healthy diet.

Why should you buy an RO System?

Many people do not give much thought to the water they access from their taps, but it’s crucial that they consider it. Firstly, depending on the situation, the drinking water in your home may have an unpleasant taste or odour. However, there are also hidden water problems that cannot be noticed without testing. As a result, if there are specific pollutants present in your water, such as high levels of lead or arsenic, it could have negative impacts on your family’s health.

By consuming and utilizing water from a reverse osmosis system, you can enhance the quality of your life. Some of the advantages of a reverse osmosis system include:

System Benefits

  • 35 gallons per day capacity
  • 2 x Activated carbon cartridges remove chlorine,
    colour, taste, odours, and other contaminants.
  • 1 x 35 GPD RO membrane will reduce
    concentrations of dissolved ions in the water by
    up to 99.9%
  • 1 : 1 Waste ratio
  • Quick connect replacement filters/membranes
    w/built in shut off valves
  • Designer drinking water faucet
  • 4 to 5-gallon high-purity storage tank
  • Installation kit
  • What is a Reverse Osmosis System?

    Reverse osmosis systems purify water by passing it through a series of filters and membranes. The water is first passed through a particle filter, then an activated carbon filter to remove impurities and chlorine, then through a reverse osmosis membrane, which only allows clean water to pass through. The purified water is then stored in a tank and may go through a final activated carbon filter for taste and smell improvement before use.

  • What impurities does a Reverse Osmosis System remove?

    Reverse osmosis uses a semi-permeable membrane that contains very tiny pores that allows water to flow through. These pores do not allow natural minerals, salts and other organic compounds whose molecule compounds are larger than water to pass through. Therefore, reverse osmosis (RO) is no doubt an effective way of removing many impurities from water, such as lead, asbestos, dissolved organics, radium and other deadly heavy metals. Reverse osmosis also removes heavyweight volatile organic compounds and chlorinated pesticides.

  • What’s the difference between the whole home system and the drinking system?

    A Reverse Osmosis drinking water system treats the water you drink and cook with, while a Whole Home system treats the water you use for laundry, bathing and cleaning. A Whole Home system will protect you from absorbing chemicals while showering and will protect your home’s plumbing system and fixtures from scaling. The drinking water system is specifically designed for drinking water, cooking, making coffee and tea, ice, etc.

  • How often do I need to change the filters for my Reverse Osmosis System?

    We recommend that the filter for each stage be changed once per year, except for the membrane, which only needs to be changed every 3-5 years, depending on the water quality.

  • Where does a Reverse Osmosis System get installed?

    Reverse osmosis (RO) systems are installed in a home’s kitchen, typically under the sink.

  • Do I have to drill a hole in my countertop for the RO faucet?

    Yes, we will need to drill a hole in your countertop to install a separate faucet.

    A great feature of an under-sink Reverse Osmosis water filtration system is that it comes with its own faucet. Your regular kitchen sink faucet can be used for washing dishes and cleaning while the separately installed RO faucet can be used for drinking water, cooking with purified water, and rinsing glasses clean.

    If the soap dispenser or spray hose holes are not in daily use, those can potentially be used for the RO faucet.

    The RO faucet requires a hole size on the sink (or countertop) that is at least 1/2 inch in diameter


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