What is RO (Reverse Osmosis)?

Reverse Osmosis, a water treatment method traditionally known for removing salt from seawater, is also used to purify drinking water by forcing untreated water molecules through a semi-permeable membrane or filter. The membrane blocks contaminants and the impurities are subsequently expelled from the environment. The result is pure, clean drinking water.

What kind of contaminates does Reverse Osmosis (RO) remove?

It is important to educate yourself carefully when choosing an RO system. There are many reverse osmosis systems on the market. They vary in size, quality, quality of water produced, volume of water produced, and the percentage of contaminants removed. All RO’s should be installed on microbiologically safe water for best performance. Intermountain’s RO’s will significantly reduce levels of Arsenic III, Barium, Lead, Chromium III and VI, Fluoride, Total Dissolved Solids, Cysts, Nitrates and Nitrites, Selenium, Radium, Lead, Copper, Etc.