Quick Change RO Membrane

The Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter removes sediment, particles, chemicals, heavy metals, bacteria, viruses, fertilisers and some colours.

Reverse Osmosis Filtration FAQ

What is Reverse Osmosis?

RO is a process in which water is demineralised by being pushed through a special, semi-permeable membrane.

What is a Reverse Osmosis Membrane?

An RO Membrane is a semi-permeable layer that allows some atoms or molecules to pass but not others - much like a screen door. The membrane has a microscopic pore size, allowing water molecules to pass through whilst trapping out larger contaminant material.

What are the benefits of RO filters?

Reverse osmosis filtration is an excellent and effective filtering method as it removes almost all contaminants from water. This includes sediment, harmful chemicals, particles, chlorine, lead, copper, bacteria and other impurities. The microscopic working level of an RO filter can even remove dissolved substances and minerals that are contaminating water. The membrane literally strips drinking water down, allowing only basic water molecules to pass through.

How does RO filtration work?

Reverse osmosis water filters use a high amount of pressure to push water molecules through a special membrane, moving them out of contaminated water and into pure water. The contaminants are trapped and separated from the resulting pure water.