Reverse Osmosis (RO)

Reverse Osmosis – What it is and how it works

What is Reverse Osmosis? To understand Reverse Osmosis (RO), let’s first examine the concept of osmosis. Osmosis is the natural process by which molecules of a solvent tend to pass through a semipermeable membrane. They naturally move from a less concentrated solution into a more concentrated one. Thus the process equalizes the concentrations on either…

Iceberg Under Sink Water Chiller

ICEBERG Under Sink Water Chiller

The Iceberg is Crystal Mountain’s Robust Under Sink Water Chiller The Iceberg supplies cold water on demand from a decorative tap. This compressor-driven unit is extremely quiet and easily fits inside your base cupboard. Because of its shock arrestor and pressure reducing valve, it is protected from your water main’s pressure surges. Since it measures only…

Chiller Daddy Under Sink Water Chiller

“Chiller Daddy” Under Sink Water Chiller

Chiller Daddy Under Sink is the “Daddy” of Remote Water Chiller Units Chiller Daddy under sink unit for home or office use has a full 304 Stainless Steel waterway. It’s perfect for Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems. It has a chilling capacity of 1.32 GPH (gallons per hour). The unit easily installs directly under sink, inside…

Hard water - can Reverse Osmosis help?

Option 3: Reverse Osmosis Filtering System

Three Ways to Get better-tasting, purer drinking water This is the third article in a three-part series. We’re discussing three ways to get better-tasting, purer drinking water for your home or office. We also want to protect the environment. We will list all three, then deal with the third option, a Reverse Osmosis (OS) filtering…

Hard water - can Reverse Osmosis help?

Option 2: Faucet-Mounted Filter

Three Ways to Get better-tasting, purer drinking water This is the second article in a three-part series. We’re discussing three ways to get better-tasting, purer drinking water for your home or office. At the same time, we want to protect the environment. We will list all three, then deal with the second option, a faucet-mounted filter.…