On a daily basis, you probably enjoy a lot of tasty beverages such as coffee, tea, or healthy fruit shakes. Even a glass of cold water can hit the spot perfectly, especially during strenuous activities or unusually warm days. What you definitely don’t want mixed with your drink, though, are industrial chemical wastes, bacteria, parasites, agricultural wastes, and other pollutants that can be found in a lot of water sources, some of which could have already made their way to your glass.
An effective way to ensure that you are consuming only clean water is through using reverse osmosis (RO) membranes. While the term can be a tongue twister, this system actually works in a very simple way: depending on the specifications, the membrane’s pores filter the pollutants in the water, only letting clean water come through and leaving all the harmful effluent behind.
RO membranes have been used for many purposes such as domestic and commercial water filtration, dialysis machines, and even alcohol brewing processes. In addition, having the right RO membrane housing and pre-filters can extend the membrane’s life, enabling it to purify even greater amounts of water for the owner.
If you’re not sure about the quality of your water, an RO membrane might just be the thing to put your mind (and stomach) to rest. After all, an industrial chemical waste-flavored drink is never good news.