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Reverse Osmosis Water
Reverse Osmosis Water


 
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Product Code: ROWT-CN


0.5 oz Net Wt [$2.00]
128 oz Net Wt - 8 lbs - 1 Gallon [$6.00]
640 oz Net Wt - 40 lbs ( 5 Gallons ) [$24.00]

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Disinfecting water with ultraviolet light (UV) makes good sense. It's environmentally safe, it's well proven, and it's the way of the future for water disinfection requirements around the globe.

Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection uses a UV light source, which is enclosed in a transparent protective sleeve. It is mounted so that water can pass through a flow chamber, and UV rays are admitted and absorbed into the stream. When ultraviolet energy is absorbed by the reproductive mechanisms of bacteria and viruses, the genetic material (DNA/RNA) is rearranged and they can no longer reproduce. They are therefore considered dead and the risk of disease has been eliminated.

UV-rays are energy-rich electromagnetic rays that are found in the natural spectrum of the sunlight. They are in the range of the invisible short wave light having a wavelength ranging from 100 to 400 nm (1 nanometer = 10-9m).

UV, like distillation, disinfects water without adding chemicals, and therefore possesses some of the same benefits as distillation. It does not create new chemical complexes, nor does it change the taste or odor of the water, and does not remove any beneficial minerals in the water.

Ultraviolet devices are most effective when the water has already been partially treated, and only the cleanest water passes through the UV flow chamber. Our process uses both a sediment and a carbon filter to clean the water prior to passing it through the UV light, to provide complete water quality solutions.

Ultraviolet light is a natural, cost effective, environmentally friendly disinfection process for use in homes where healthy water is a concern.

Reverse Osmosis - For The Most Demanding Specs

Reverse osmosis, also known as hyperfiltration, is the finest filtration known. This process will allow the removal of particles as small as dissolved individual ions from a solution. Reverse osmosis is used to purify water and remove ions and dissolved organic molecules. It can be used to purify fluids such as ethanol and glycol, which will pass through the reverse osmosis membrane, while rejecting other ions and contaminants from passing. The most common use for reverse osmosis is in purifying water. It is used to produce water that meets the most demanding specifications that are currently in place.

OSMOSIS REVERSE OSMOSIS If two aqueous solutions of different salinity are separated by a semi-permeable membrane, osmosis will cause water to pass through the membrane in the direction of the more concentrated solution, therefore diluting it. By applying sufficient pressure to the more concentrated liquid, the direction of osmosis can be reversed. In this way, we can mechanically reverse the flow and separate the concentrated solution into its constituents: the water and the dissolved solids. One part is called the permeate, or filtrate, and the other is the reject stream, or concentrate.

Reverse osmosis uses a membrane that is semi-permeable, allowing the fluid that is being purified to pass through it, while rejecting the contaminants that remain. Most reverse osmosis technology uses a process known as cross flow to allow the membrane to continually clean itself. As some of the fluid passes through the membrane the rest continues downstream, sweeping the rejected species away from the membrane, in a concentrated brine reject water. The process of reverse osmosis requires a driving force to push the fluid through the membrane, and the most common force is pressure from a pump. The higher the pressure, the larger the driving force. As the concentration of the fluid being rejected increases, the driving force required to continue concentrating the fluid increases.

Reverse osmosis is capable of rejecting bacteria, salts, sugars, proteins, particles, dyes, and other constituents that have a molecular weight of greater than 150-250 daltons. The separation of ions with reverse osmosis is aided by charged particles. This means that dissolved ions that carry a charge, such as salts, are more likely to be rejected by the membrane than those that are not charged, such as organics. The larger the charge and the larger the particle, the more likely it will be rejected.

Our Reverse Osmosis Water goes through 6 steps.

1. 5 Micron sediment Pre-Filter. This extracts suspended materials such as sediments, insects, asbestos, rust and particles down to 5 microns.

2. Activated Carbon Filter. This removes dissolved gases, bad taste and odor.

3. Carbon Block Filter. This filter removes any additional chlorine and organic matter without release of carbon fines. The carbon block prepares water to enter the reverse osmosis and Ultraviolet elements.

4. 35 GRD TFC Reverse Osmosis Membrane Unit.

5. Inline Granular Carbon filter to absorb heavy chlorine and chlorine byproducts such as chloramine, THM and TCE.

6. UV Disinfection chamber.

The treated water is then placed in a sterile container for storage and use.


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Good buy December 15, 2014
Reviewer: Judy Frazier from Bedford, PA United States  
This was a good price, keeps well and is easy to use with my ph buffer powders.

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pure water March 16, 2014
Reviewer: rachel K from oakland, CA United States  
Perfect for formulations.

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