The highest priority in your life is the safety of your loved ones. You probably want them to have access to clear, safe, and healthy drinking water. Unfortunately, even if you have the highest quality tap water, it is not always safe.

According to the Environmental Working Group’s (EWG) Tap Water Database:

  • The carcinogenic “Erin Brockovich” chemical was found in the tap water of more than 200 million Americans.
  • The lead-poisoning scandal in Flint, Mich., brought attention to a neurotoxic threat lurking in school drinking fountains from coast to coast.
  • A national crisis erupted over tap water contaminated with fluorinated “forever chemicals”.

The question that arises here is, “Is it really safe to drink tap water?”

Reverse Osmosis System

Have you ever taken a sip from a glass of water that came out of the reverse osmosis system? If yes, you know the pure and refreshing taste.

Reverse Osmosis drinking water is one of the best choice for any home.

  • Delicious, sparkling-clear drinking water
  • Convenience: Fresh, clean water ready at your faucet
  • Pristine, flavorful coffee, tea and juice
  • Quality water for your aquarium
  • Cleanly rinsed fresh fruits and vegetables
  • Crystalline, harder and clearer ice cubes
  • Prolong the life of your humidifier or steam iron
  • Spotless glassware when rinsed with R.O. water
  • Cost effective: No more bottled water costs
  • Better tasting soups, sauces and meals
  • Environmentally sound: No chemicals
  • Great for your pets
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What Is a Reverse Osmosis System?

A reverse osmosis system removes contaminants from water, when pressure is applied through a semipermeable membrane. The water flows from the more concentrated side of the RO membrane to the less concentrated side. This provides you with clean drinking water.

Four High Performance Filtration Stages

Stage 1

The Sediment/Carbon Prefilter protects the automatic shut–off and Membrane from clogging with debris and is also designed to reduce chlorine, to protect the refined T.F.C. Membrane.

Stage 2

Reverse Osmosis. This is the heart of the system. The T.F.C. Membrane substantially reduces dissolved solids and other unwanted impurities (specified on the performance data sheet) from the water stream.

Stage 3

The R.O. water is then routed to an Activated Carbon Filter, where the water flows through the filter very slowly to achieve prolonged contact with this specialized carbon.

Stage 4

The final stage of filtration, an Inline Carbon Filter, is designed to reduce any remaining tastes and odors before the water reaches your glass, adding a final “polish” to your filtered water.

State-Of-The-Art Features

  • Patented Design:

    Exclusive manifold plate with patented channel design reduces tubing connections and simplifies installation.

  • High Capacity Tank:

    Holds approximately 2 gallons of water without taking up a lot of space.

  • Compact System:

    Space-saving design is ideal for undersink installations and uses a minimum of space.

  • Automatic Shut-Off:

    Signals the system to stop making water until more is needed.

  • Maximum Production:

    High performance T.F.C. Membrane with a rating of 50 gallons per day, (189 liters per day).

  • Optional Water Quality Monitor:

    An optional Water Quality Monitor allows you to ensure your system is working by simply pushing a button.

An optional Water Quality Monitor allows you to ensure your system is working by simply pushing a button.

Lee’s Heating and Air, is proud to be the Salt Lake area dealer and can help you make a great choice on an industry leading cost-effective product. To learn more, contact Lee’s Heating and Air today at (801) 467-1561.

*Tested and Certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standard 58 for the reduction of: Arsenic (Pentavalent), Barium, Cadmium, Chromium (Hexavalent), Chromium (Trivalent), Copper, Cyst, Fluoride, Lead, Nitrate, Nitrite, Radium 226/228, Selenium and TDS.