Filtration Units

What is the difference between carbon filtration units and reverse osmosis units?

Reverse Osmosis Units (R.O. Units)

Reverse osmosis is water purification using membrane technology that forces water over a semi-permeable membrane. When water is pushed against the membrane, contaminants are left behind, so the result is pure and clean drinking water.

  • 4 Gallon storage
  • Hot, Cold, and Room Temp Water
  • UV Light for sanitation
  • 3 stage filtration
  • Sediment filter
  • Annual Filter changes

 

Carbon Units

Carbon filtration is a water filtration method that uses carbon, such as activated carbon, to remove chlorine, heavy metals and organic compounds from water. Carbon water filters work through the use of a layer of activated carbon that absorbs and removes impurities and toxins.

  • Available in Hot/Cold or Room temp/Cold
  • 2 stage filtration
  • 5-micron sediment filter removes particulate matter
  • 5-micron carbon filter reduces chlorine and improves taste and odor.
  • Annual Filter changes