What is Reverse Osmosis?

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Reverse Osmosis is the reversal of the natural flow of osmosis. In a water purification system, the goal is not to dilute the salt solution, but to separate the pure water from the salt and other contaminants. When the natural osmotic flow is reversed, water from the salt solution is forced through the membrane in the opposite direction by application of pressure – hence the term “Reverse Osmosis”. Through this process, we are able to produce pure water by screening out salts and other contaminants.

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