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A RO Water Dispenser Is a Handy Point-of-Use Device

A RO water dispenser is a handy point-of-use device that dispenses clean drinking water. It's also easy to install and maintain, and provides a variety of customization options for drinking water.

Reverse Osmosis is a type of filtration method that uses a high pressure pump to force feed water through a semipermeable membrane. This prevents most contaminants from entering the water.

The membrane used in the RO process has a pore size of 0.1-10 um. In order to remove salts, colloidal matter, and other contaminants, the membrane has to be backwashed periodically.

Reverse osmosis is widely used in the food and beverage industry as well as the pharmaceutical industry. Because of the advanced filtration methods used in reverse osmosis, water is usually purer and tastes better than tap water.

There are several types of reverse osmosis systems, ranging in price. Each system works differently and requires routine maintenance.

Other types of systems use additional filtration stages. Some RO systems feature an external pump, which can increase the pressure on the water supply.

Most RO systems are installed at the point of use, such as a kitchen or bathroom sink. However, some RO systems can be placed in other parts of the home.

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