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Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems

Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System WD-G3-W

Waterdrop NSF NSF 58 & 372 Certified

$539.00  $599.00

6 Months Lifetime WD-G3-N1CF Filter for WD-G3-W Reverse Osmosis System

Waterdrop NSF NSF 58 & 372 Certified

$24.99  $35.99

Undersink tankless Reverse Osmosis Water Filter WD-G2 Series

$239.99  $299.99

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Undersink Reverse Osmosis Filtration System WD-G2 Series

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Waterdrop Reverse Osmosis System

Waterdrop Reverse Osmosis System and Water Filter uses best RO membrane to effectively remove over 1,000 harmful substances. Any particles larger than 0.0001 μm will be filtered out through its multi-stage filtration. Compared with other under sink water filter for home, Waterdrop reverse osmosis water filter is the best water purifier and best reverse osmosis system to remove fluoride, TDS, scale, heavy metals, etc. Waterdrop RO water filter system is certified against NSF 58. Waterdrop RO water purifier is also NSF 372 certified for lead free material. Waterdrop reverse osmosis water filtration system is an innovative, all-in-one intelligent water filter system. In just a few minutes, Waterdrop RO water system can be installed completely, and in just three seconds, the filter can be changed with one single turn. Installation is that easy! It is the first smart RO system with composite RO membrane and tankless design in the U. S. market.
The water filter for sink provide seven stages of filtration. The pre-sediment and carbon block filter is a 3-in-1 filter that functions as that of three filters combined. The reverse osmosis membrane filter adopts an innovative design, and the efficiency of the filter equals more than three stages of filtration. Additionally, the activated carbon block filter uses high-precision activated carbon granules made from natural coconut shell, which will also return beneficial minerals into the water and improve the water taste. Waterdrop reverse osmosis water purifier use new composite filter element technology to more efficiently filter out harmful substances. The tankless reverse osmosis water system design helps you avoid secondary pollution and enjoy more storage space in your kitchen. Thanks to its internal pump, the RO water purification system offers faster water flow (400 gallons per day).
The Waterdrop reverse osmosis drinking water filter system can filter a cup of water in about 12 seconds. It can produce pure water quickly, thereby meeting the needs of your whole family and even small companies. Compared to traditional RO systems, Waterdrop Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System saves water waste by 300%. Save money on your water bills while running Waterdrop RO filter system. Waterdrop reverse osmosis filter system has passed 400+ chemical lab tests proving that this system does not contain 400+ chemical substances, such as bisphenol A, formaldehyde, benzene, lead, cadmium, and so on. Waterdrop reverse osmosis water filter system has a smart reverse osmosis faucet to show you the real-time water quality. Waterdrop RO purifier is the best RO water purifier of you home water filtration system!
What is Reverse Osmosis System?
Reverse Osmosis System works by using a high-pressure pump to increase the pressure on the salt side of the RO membrane and force the water across the semi-permeable RO membrane, leaving almost all (around 95% to 99%) of dissolved salts behind in the reject stream. The amount of pressure required depends on the salt concentration of the feed water. The more concentrated the feed water, the more pressure is required to overcome the osmotic pressure. The desalinated water that is demineralized or deionized, is called permeate (or product) water. The water stream that carries the concentrated contaminants that did not pass through the RO membrane is called the reject (or concentrate) stream.
As the feed water enters the RO membrane under pressure (enough pressure to overcome osmotic pressure) the water molecules pass through the semi-permeable membrane and the salts and other contaminants are not allowed to pass and are discharged through the reject stream (also known as the concentrate or brine stream), which goes to drain or can be fed back into the feed water supply in some circumstances to be recycled through the RO system to save water. The water that makes it through the RO membrane is called permeate or product water and usually has around 95% to 99% of the dissolved salts removed from it.
It is important to understand that a RO system employs cross filtration rather than standard filtration where the contaminants are collected within the filter media. With cross filtration, the solution passes through the filter, or crosses the filter, with two outlets: the filtered water goes one way and the contaminated water goes another way. To avoid buildup of contaminants, cross flow filtration allows water to sweep away contaminant build up and also allow enough turbulence to keep the membrane surface clean.
What contaminants will Reverse Osmosis remove?
Reverse Osmosis is capable of removing up to 99%+ of the dissolved salts (ions), particles, colloids, organics, toluene, bacteria and pyrogens from the feed water (although a RO system should not be relied upon to remove 100% of bacteria and viruses). A RO membrane rejects contaminants based on their size and charge. Any contaminant that has a molecular weight greater than 200 is likely rejected by a properly running RO system (for comparison a water molecule has a MW of 18). Likewise, the greater the ionic charge of the contaminant, the more likely it will be unable to pass through the RO membrane. For example, a sodium ion has only one charge (monovalent) and is not rejected by the RO membrane as well as calcium for example, which has two charges. Likewise, this is why a RO system does not remove gases such as CO2 very well because they are not highly ionized (charged) while in solution and have a very low molecular weight. Because a RO system does not remove gases, the permeate water can have a slightly lower than normal pH level depending on CO2 levels in the feed water as the CO2 is converted to carbonic acid.
What is TDS?
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) is a measure of the combined content of all inorganic and organic chemicals dissolved in water. These components could be in molecular, ionized or micro-granular suspended form. Examples of inorganic chemicals that commonly contribute to a measurement of TDS include calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, bicarbonate, chloride, and sulfate. Organic chemicals that may contribute to TDS can derive from land application of chemicals, industrial release of chemicals to the environment, vegetable matter, and/or animal matter. In a laboratory setting, TDS is measured by weighing the mass of solids remaining when water is evaporated completely. In practice, handheld meters are often used to approximate the TDS in water based upon a conductivity measurement. TDS varies widely from region to region (and store to store) and is generally determined by the water source (groundwater or surface water) and geologic make-up of the region. A reverse osmosis filtration system is the best solution for removing TDS from drinking water. A Reverse Osmosis system can remove above 90%* of fluoride in your water.
Does Reverse Osmosis System Remove Fluoride from Water?
Yes! A reverse osmosis filtration system is the best solution for removing fluoride from drinking water. A Reverse Osmosis system can remove 85-92%* of fluoride in your water.
Waterdrop Tankless Reverse Osmosis System vs. Traditional RO with storage tank
A traditional RO with storage tank holds reverse osmosis water so you have plenty to use when you need it. A traditional reverse osmosis system makes water slowly. It takes one minute to produce two to three ounces of RO water. If you were to turn on your faucet for a glass of water at the actual membrane production rate, then you would have to wait at least 5 minutes for it to fill. With a storage tank, your glass fills instantly. But the inside of a traditional reverse osmosis tank accumulates and breed heterotrophic bacteria over time. Waterdrop tankless reverse osmosis system has overcome the issue of bacteria colonizing in the bladder tank. With no storage tank to fill, Waterdrop tankless reverse osmosis system does not run until RO water is needed.
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