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…

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.…

Fluoridation of Public Water – How does Crescent Hills’ filtration system affect this?

Does Reverse Osmosis (RO) remove fluoride from water? Crescent Hills’ Reverse Osmosis (RO) water purification system can remove over 90% of the fluoride in water. Fluoride occurs naturally in both the earth and water. It is often artificially added to municipal water supplies to help prevent tooth decay. The long-term effects of fluoridation of public…