The differences and benefits
The Science of How It Works:
Reverse Osmosis systems do not need electricity, only water pressure. These systems push water straight from the tap through a membrane and filter system that remove the impurities to get clean drinking water. The pressure forces water molecules through the GRO membrane and leaves behind
any solid molecules, like salt, chemicals, and debris. 99% of all contaminants are removed.
The average pH range after filtration through a Reverse Osmosis system is 06-07. This is considered a slightly acidic, but completely safe pH range for the majority of the population by the EPA, a claim that is backed up by the Mayo Clinic.Please note that Reverse Osmosis water can be unhealthy for individuals with acid-reducing diets used to treat diseases like ulcers, acid reflux, and GERD. Desert Mountain Water offers add-on solutions for your Reverse Osmosis drinking water system that help regulate the pH of your water. These solutions can be added to any new or existing Reverse Osmosis system by our technicians.
This in-line filter will bring Reverse Osmosis water to a balanced, neutral pH (average range 07-09) using Calcite, and can be added to any system.
This in-line post filter will bring Reverse Osmosis water to an alkaline pH (average range 10-12) and can be added to any system.