AORO-100 Reverse Osmosis (RO) System
Get excellent drinking water, right from your tap
When you have an AORO-100 Reverse Osmosis (RO) System, you can be confident in the quality of your drinking water. Using a multi-stage filtration system, AORO-100 filters help remove impurities, even those not visible to the eye. From heavy metals to chlorine and large suspended particles, reverse osmosis systems can handle it all. This product will deliver up to 100 gallons of filtered water per day. So every time you go to the faucet, you’re assured healthier, fresher water for your family.
Powerful Filtration – Reverse osmosis water eliminates molecules that are harmful to the body, such as calcium deposits that can harden your water and affect your skin negatively. These harmful compounds also include: Phosphates, Lead, Arsenic, Mercury, Fluoride, Chloride, Cyanide, and Ammonia. All of these compounds can cause organ complications, cancer, reproductive issues, eye problems, etc.
Lead Removal – Lead is one of the most prevalent contaminants in the country. Lead infiltrates drinking water when the pipes undergo corrosion. Even trace amounts of lead can be harmful, leading to nerve damage, fertility issues, muscle and brain damage, developmental problems and more. Lead is so dangerous that the EPA recommends no lead presence in public drinking water whatsoever.
Reduces Sodium Levels – Excessive sodium can lead to high blood pressure, which can cause heart disease and kidney/liver problems. RO is a useful mechanism if you’re on a low-sodium diet.
Parasites or Bacteria Removal – RO can filter out parasites in the form of cryptosporidium. Cryptosporidium affects the small intestines and causes fever, cramps, and diarrhea. This parasite affects children, causing malnutrition and dehydration. And, an RO filter can get rid of other waterborne parasites, such as giardia, which is another parasite that can cause intestinal complications. It’s most common in children, and can also cause death in children if left untreated.
The first cartridge water removes most large particles. This extends the life of your membrane.
2. Water With Contaminants Water With Contaminants
Water with any additional particles enter through the membrane chamber. Pressure forces the flow through the process.
3. Semi-Permeable Membrane
Impurities are collected by the membrane while molecules pass through freely.
4. Filtered Water
Water is released from the membrane cartridge to continue to the next stage.
Impurities small enough to pass through the membrane are removed by a carbon block filter.
6. Holding Tank
Treated water accumulates in the storage tank to ensure there is always an on-demand supply.
7. Final Carbon Filter
As water is drawn to the faucet, it travels through another carbon filter as a final polish.