What is Reverse Osmosis Purification?
Water purification by reverse osmosis is the process of removing dissolved solids such as fluoride, chlorine, lead, pesticides, nitrates, sulfates, detergents, etc. from water. This is achieved by using pressure to force the water through a semi-permeable membrane. Metals, organic compounds and other chemicals are either too large or due to their chemistry unable to pass through the membrane and are flushed away. The result is purified water. Reverse osmosis is the most commonly used process to purify drinking water.
The Purification Process
Our standard systems uses 5 different stages in the purification process. Below are that stages and what occurs in each of them.
The following stages can be added to any of our water systems:
Deionization, Ultra violet light, Multi-media filter (PH enhancement, nutrient boost, etc.), Ozonation
The Water Dispenser
Alpine offers our clients a wide array of drinking water dispensers, from sleek New Generation systems to Standard no-frill systems. The large selection gives our clients the ability to choose whatever system that best meets their needs, whether it be a stylish contemporary look for their office or a more durable workhorse for their warehouse. All of our systems are tested for performance, durability and ease of use before they are placed in your facility. We limit the amount of electronic components in our dispensers, which makes them very user-friendly and also reduces the amount of potential service issues. Our water systems are simple to set up and can be installed virtually anywhere our clients’ desire.