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What is the difference between a Permeate Pump and a ZeroWaste® Retro Fit Kit?

What is the difference between a Permeate Pump and a ZeroWaste® Retro Fit Kit?
A Permeate Pump is a mechanical pump that improves water flow to the tank by utilizing the brine water to pump the Reverse Osmosis water into the tank. This helps reduce the time it takes to fill the tank as well as water usage. All this without the use of an electrical outlet. A ZeroWaste® Kit or System is great for customers who are environmentally conscious and want to go the extra mile to...

If I already have a Reverse Osmosis system why would I install an ice maker kit?

If I already have a Reverse Osmosis system why would I install an ice maker kit?
An ice maker kit makes the ice and the water in your fridge more pure! An ice maker kit simply connects to the Reverse Osmosis faucet line of one of our systems to send pure Reverse Osmosis water to your ice maker and cold fridge water. See crystal clear ice cubes and rid your refrigerator water of impurities.

Why Would I Use a pH Balancing Filter?

Why Would I Use a pH Balancing Filter?
Reverse Osmosis is one of the few water treatment technologies that filters virtually all contaminants from water, both organic and inorganic.  If Reverse Osmosis did not filter out the inorganic it would miss many of the inorganic contaminants such as Nitrates, Arsenic and Chromium 6.  However, the same high performance filtration that filters harmful contaminants also filters healthy minerals from water, including calcium.Because the minerals have been filtered from the...

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