About Reverse Osmosis


We Build Custom RO Systems
We will build them to your specifications.
You can pick:
• Filters
• Membranes and Housings
• Fittings type
• UV light
• Booster pump
• Permeate pump
• Faucet
• Water quality monitor or any other option you choose.


Simple steps to select the right reverse osmosis for your home?

Simple steps to select the right reverse osmosis for your home?

1 - Are you on city water?

* First check if you have a good incoming city water pressure 55 PSI to 75 PSI to your RO system pipe. Recommended to add a booster pump if the pressure is lower than 50 PSI.

* Average family of 5 consume about 1- 2 gallon every day including tea, coffee and cooking.

* Tap water PH is around 6 to 8 , RO water pH drops to 5 to 7. Consider adding PH alkaline filter to re balance the RO drinking quality if pH is an important factor to you.

* Add pressure limit valve if your city water PSI is higher than 75 PSI.

- Are you on well water?

* Most well water pumps designed to work between 40 to 60 PSI, however there is %90 of chances that your RO system will not work properly without adding a reverse osmosis booster pump especially if you have water softener or any other whole house water filtration system, which all reduce the entire home pressure and eventually they affect the pressure to the reverse osmosis inlet, in some cases it will be less than 40 PSI and such a low pressure is not enough operate the RO system in normal condition or some the system works good for 1 or 2 months and then the problem will start showing up when the reverse osmosis pre filter start clogging with dirts and causing the entire pressure drop inside the RO system.

* Add a 0.5 to 1 LPM UV light to kill the well water bacteria if you do not have central whole house UV system.

Water pH Levels

Beverage pH Levels

Tap Water = 6 -8 pH

Soda = 2.5 pH

RO Water = 5-7.5 pH

Coffee = 4 pH

Mineral Water = 7.4 to 9 pH

Beer = 4.5 pH

Reverse Osmosis System

Reverse Osmosis (RO) water purification systems will reduce and eliminate TDS (total dissolved solids) like salts and minerals from our drinking water. However, contrary to common beliefs, less than 1% of the organic minerals are actually found in most raw water supplies. With the increase of pollutants, our water supply contains mostly inorganic minerals. Inorganic minerals consist of calcium, iron, magnesium, carbonate and lime compounds, which are not compatible with our bodies. The body's cells reject theses minerals leaving dissolved inorganic substances (acid crystals minerals deposits) throughout the body. This accumulation of debris creates more work and trouble for the body, such as arthritis in joints, gallstones, kidney stones, and mineral deposits in artery walls. Organic minerals that are considered soluble, which means the body absorbs sustenance into the cells, are found in our live foods such as fruits and vegetables. One glass of freshly squeezed orange juice would be higher in minerals than 30 gallons of untreated raw water. Purified water provides a necessary rinsing treatment for hydration purposes as the human body is mostly fluid (over 80% water) and equally important to rinse impurities out of our bodies.

Normally 5 stage Reverse osmosis systems can remove/reduce the following list of contaminants.

Sodium Fluoride in most of North Americas water supply:


Sodium fluoride is one of the most pervasive toxins humans are exposed to on a daily basis. The only way to truly remove sodium fluoride and all other harmful toxic contaminants commonly found in tap water is with a Reverse Osmosis system.

Dr. Oz also talks about water fluoridation and his recommendation to use R.O systems. He introduces the topic by saying that if you don’t want fluoride in your drinking water, you can use a water filtration system to get it out.Dr. Oz uses Reverse Osmosis (R.0.) to remove fluoride from his family’s water!He explains that R.O. systems are affordable, compact systems that remove fluoride plus a list of other water contaminants.He even shows pictures of R.O. systems, stating, “They are a reasonable investment for a lot of families out there.”

Dr. Oz stresses to check with your local water company’s C.C.R. (Consumer Confidence Report) regarding the level fluoride in your drinking water.

It’s impressive that he strongly emphasizes that we’re giving our children far too much toothpaste, that they should never use more than a pea-sized dab of fluoride toothpaste.

Concluding the segment he adds, “And if you pay attention to the toothpaste on top of this, you aren’t going to have the fluorosis issue that I mentioned.”

Yep, you read it right. According to Dr. Oz, If you severely limit the amount of fluoridated toothpaste you use and totally remove fluoride from your drinking water, you can avoid dental fluorosis.

I’m impressed with ol’ Dr. Oz for sticking out his neck like that on national TV. Sure, he could have said to use NON fluoridated toothpaste – and who knows, maybe he wanted to say it. But at any rate, at least the man recommended that we:

Get the “Floride” out!!

That’s pretty ballsy of him, considering how strong the fluoridation proponents have proven to be. In the same “How Safe Is Your Drinking Water” show, Dr. Oz interviews Lisa Jackson, head of the EPA. Unfortunately Lisa Jackson still believes in adding fluoride to our public water supply. On the up side, she does say the EPA is considering lowering the level because of overexposure and the resulting dental fluorosis problem.