REVERSE OSMOSIS – PART TWO OF THREE

In the last blog post we learned what osmosis was and saw a visual of what it was. To reiterate, in Osmosis cleaner water moves from the less concentrated side of a semipermeable membrane into the side where there is contamination. The problem with this is is that we can never achieve high purity water because there will always be contaminants on both side of the membrane.

REVERSE OSMOSIS – PART ONE OF THREE

When I began designing and selling Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems circa 1975, very few people ever heard of the technology let alone understood it. Today, RO is a common technology found in many homes but many still do not understand why it is called Reverse Osmosis. So, lets take a closer look. The accompanying figure will help with the description. The key to an RO system is something called a…

What To Do After A Water Main Break

As a rule, after a municipality corrects whatever it was that caused the water alert, they send out notices to users to perform an adequate flush to drain, and then resume using the water as normal. Unfortunately, we are never told exactly how many gallons to flush, and we aren’t given any guidelines or specific tests we can do to make sure the contaminant is no longer in our system. …