Reverse Osmosis Drinking
Reverse Osmosis (RO) works like this:
The pressure from a household tap forces water through a semipermeable membrane. This membrane separates the water at the molecular level. The membrane acts like a filter, assuring the RO water has substantially reduced impurities and dissolved solids. This cleaner, more refined water is then stored in a holding tank, ready at your convenience.
The ‘RO’ of the system is the secret.
RO is Reverse Osmosis. This is the natural process which sets the foundation of RO systems. It may sound technical, but osmosis is a natural, organic phenomenon, a process that occurs in nature on a continuous basis. Vegetation, like trees, plants and flowers attain their nutrients by using osmosis to draw water from the soil.