Kansas City Home Water Reverse Osmosis Systems

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How Reverse Osmosis Works
Reverse Osmosis directs water through a pre-filter to remove sediment, chlorine taste, odor, and particulate matter. Then, the water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane where a high percentage of the dissolved solids are rejected and flushed to the drain. Next, the storage tank holds the filtered water until you need it. Finally, an activated carbon filter removes tastes and odors. The final filter polishes the water immediately before going to the faucet for the purest taste.
  • The unit filters around 50 gallons per day. Actual rates vary depending on water usage and conditions.
  • We enclose replacement filters for convenience and cleanliness.
  • Changing filters does not require turning off the water. A simple 1/4 turn shuts off the water and releases the filter.
Additional Options
    • Choose between elegant chrome or brushed nickel faucet styles.
    • An optional electronic faucet indicates when filters and membrane need to be replaced.
    • We can expand the system if additional filters need to be added.
    • We offer filter replacement options, including ones for higher capacity sediment, or a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) rated filter.
    • You can upgrade to a 75 gallon per day membrane.
    • We have adapter kits to easily add a permeate pump system to give you higher flow rates at the faucet.
For a list of the impurities reduced by the HERO-375Plus Series reverse osmosis systems, please contact us for more information.
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