Reverse osmosis may appear to be a complicated process but in reality it’s fairly simple. Taking a close look at Hague Water’s H6500 RO, pressure sends a solution through a membrane while allowing the water to pass to the other side. The leftover contaminants are then flushed out of the system.
Reverse osmosis is commonly used in commercial and residential water filtrations. The process takes place so that the water quality is pure and can be used for drinking or cooking. Typically, reverse osmosis will happen in the very early mornings such as 4:00 a.m. as the water pressure is decreased. Once the process is over regular water pressure is returned. Often times, you won’t know anything has happened unless you turn on the faucet during the process.
Hague Water believes that you should, ‘live clear with life support water.’ In other terms, clean water is very important to us. Hague Water is dedicated to providing the community with pure water. Hague Water offers a FREE in-home water test, find a dealer near you.