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Reverse Osmosis Install

Santa Barbara Reverse Osmosis

A Reverse Osmosis drinking water system provides you with high-quality water for worry-free drinking and cooking. These state-of-art filters will improve the quality of water from wells or municipal water supplies.

With the equivalent of over 10 cases of bottled water at your finger tips every day, you'll use your healthy drinking water for just about everything.

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  • Your drinking water will taste as good as the best bottled water on the market right out of your tap.
  • Your ice cubes will be crystal clear. (The cloudiness in ice cubes is caused by the solids in your water)
  • Coffees, teas, and mixed drinks will taste better.
  • You can use great water for rinsing fruits and vegetables.
  • Your pets will even get so used to the water they may refuse to drink tap water again. It happens!

Some of the Features Included

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  1. Block carbon filter to remove chlorine taste and odor.
  2. Sediment prefilter to remove dirt, sand, and silt.
  3. High-volume, semi-permeable membrane that rejects up to 98% of most dissolved solids in your water.
  4. Automatic shut-off control to balance production of filtered water with your needs.

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Get great tasting, pure water straight from your own tap! A Pure Water Systems water filtration solution is: 

• Convenient
• Cost effective
• Great tasting
• A continuous source of pure, healthy water to drink and cook with

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We can survive for a month with out food but can only survive about four days with out water. Our bodies are made of 70% water and need water for life and functioning. Water takes part in every function in our body. It is the transporter of nutrients necessary for body functions. It works in digestion, absorption, circulation and excretion. It improves the look of our hair, skin, eyes and muscle tone. Studies have shown that drinking at least 5 glasses of water a day reduces the risk of heart disease and contributes to total well being of the body and mind. 

While the importance of drinking enough water is well known, very few people can stomach the taste and odor of tap water. Tap water often contains sediment, metals, bacteria, and viruses that can counteract the benefits of drinking water, thus it becomes necessary to purify the water before using it for cooking or drinking. 

The cost of bottleless water has grown exponentially since the early nineties and its not uncommon to see a family spending $50 a month on bottleless water. That equates to $600 a year on a limited supply of water, not to mention the many inconvenient trips out to buy it. 

Store bought filters are also not the ideal solution for Santa Barbara’s hard water. The low quality store bought filters are not rated to handle the quality of water in Santa Barbara county, and some often add contaminates to the water. 

Pure Water Systems recommends reverse osmosis filtration as the most cost effective solution that yields the highest quality water available.  

Reverse Osmosis Filtration

The reverse osmosis water purifier protects you from the harmful effects of lead, heavy metals, chlorine, chemical contaminants, pesticides, pathogens, bacteria, virus, and even radioactive materials. 

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RO is the most convenient and effective method of water filtration. It filters water by squeezing water through a semi-permeable membrane, which is rated at 0.0001 micron (equals to 0.00000004 inch!). This is the technology used to make (only the purest, but not all) bottleless water, it is also the only technology capable of desalinating sea water, making it into drinking water.

Non-RO water filters are much less effective, and the pore size on these filter media are much bigger, generally 0.5 - 10 micron. They can filter out coarse particles, sediments and elements only up to their micron rating. Anything finer and most dissolved substances cannot be filtered out. As a result, water is far less clean and safe compared to reverse osmosis filtration. 

What is Reverse Osmosis?

Reverse Osmosis, also known as Ultra-Filtration by the industry, represents state-of-the-art in water treatment technology. Reverse Osmosis (RO) was developed in the late 1950's under U.S. Government funding, as a method of desalinating sea water. Today, reverse osmosis has earn its name as the most convenient and thorough method to filter water. It is used by most water bottling plants, and by many industries that require ultra-refined water in manufacturing. Now this advanced technology is available to homes and offices for drinking water filtration.

How It Works

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In short, it is the process by which water molecules are forced through a 0.0001 micron semi-permeable membrane by water pressure. Long sheets of the membrane are ingeniously sandwiched together and rolled up around a hollow central tube in a spiral fashion. This rolled-up configuration is commonly referred to as a spiral wound membrane or module. They are available in different sizes for processing different quantities of water. Typically, a module for home water treatment is as small as 2" diameter and 10" long, while one for industrial use may be 4" diameter and 40" long.

For the membrane to be usable it must be in some type of container (membrane housing) so pressure can be maintained on its surface. It is this pressure that supplies the energy to force the water through the membrane, separating it from unwanted substances. The most amazing aspect of RO is that the substances left behind are automatically diverted to a waste drain so they don't build up in the system as with conventional filtering devices. This is accomplished by using a part of the unprocessed water (feed water) to carry away the rejected substances to the drain, thus keeping the membrane clean. This is the reason to why RO membranes can last so long and perform like new with minimum maintenance even after years of operation.

Reverse Osmosis Contaminant Removal List

Giardia cysts 100% Criptosporidium cysts 100% DDT >99.9% PCB >99.9%
E.coli bacteria >99.9% Fecal bacteria >99.9% Lindane >99.9% Salmonella typhi >99.9%
Vibrio choleriae >99.9% Shigella disinteriae >99.9% Serratia marcescenes >99.9% Toluane >99.9%
Sodium Fluoride 99% Calcium Cloride 99% Sodium Chloride NaCl 99.9% Sucrose 99.9%
Magnesium Cloride 99% Nickel Sulfate NiSO4 >99% Copper Sulfate CuSO4 >99.9% Lactic Acid pH5 99.9%
Glucose 98% Sodium Nitrate NaNO3 97--99% Chlorinated Pesticides 99.9% Silica SiO2 98%
Sodium 95-99% Nickel 95-99% Chloride 99.9% Radioactivity 95-99%
Potassium 92-99% Zinc 95-99% Bicarbonate 99% Sulfate 95-99%
Calcium 95-99% Strontium 95-99% Nitrate 3 90-99.9% Ferro cyanide 96-99%
Magnesium 95-99% Cadmium 95-99% Fluoride 90-95% Arsenic +3 95-99%
Iron 95-99% Silver 95-99% Silicate 95-99% Arsenic +5 95-99%
Aluminum 95-99% Mercury 95-99% Phosphate 95-99% Lead 95-99%
Ammonium 95-99% Barium 95-99% Chromate 95-99% Copper 95-99%

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