Reverse Osmosis System

Reverse Osmosis (RO) is a water purification technology that uses a semipermeable membrane to remove ions, molecules, and larger particles from drinking water. The system works by applying pressure to the water, forcing it through the semipermeable membrane which only allows water molecules to pass through. The result is clean, pure water that is free from contaminants such as dissolved salts, bacteria, viruses, and other impurities. RO systems typically consist of several stages of filtration, including sediment and carbon filters to remove larger particles and chemicals, and a final stage of membrane filtration to remove any remaining contaminants. The purified water is then stored in a tank for use in homes, businesses, or industrial applications. RO systems are highly effective at removing contaminants and providing clean, safe drinking water. They are commonly used in homes, offices, and other settings where access to clean water is essential. In addition to producing clean drinking water, RO systems are also used in industries such as pharmaceuticals, food and beverage production, and electronics manufacturing, where