a reverse osmosis faucet - how it works and why it is alarmingly unsafe for your

Posted by aihw on November 27th, 2019

The reverse penetration tap produces some of the clearest water you \'ve ever had. True.

But, in fact, the same water may be the least unhealthy water that will wet your lips. Let me explain.

On the one hand, a reverse osmosis faucet will give your home a steady stream of water that looks clean and pure.

Now that you have this special faucet installed, you will know that the water comes from a very complex water purifier with some impressive scientific knowledge.

But, to its disappointment, the science and complexity of reverse osmosis faucets.

Because in fact, this system that makes water suitable for drinking is actually harmful to your health.

When you see how reverse osmosis works, you can understand this immediately.

During this process, unhealthy water is pushed through very fine confusion or membranes under pressure.

This is a very successful application at large commercial desert farms in the Middle East, where salt water is readily available and water drops only require low quality water.

On the submarine, sailors do not drink reverse osmosis water for a long time at a time.

But two things happen when water is forced through the membrane and then into your reverse osmosis faucet.

First, a lot of water was wasted.

The reverse osmosis system may be the most wasteful way to process water, and when the treated water flows to the faucet, the amount of untreated water poured into the environment is three times that of untreated water.

There are also two, removing healthy minerals through reverse osmosis taps.

The membrane filtration system is very good, it will discharge substances such as calcium and magnesium, and your body must definitely work properly.

These healthy minerals are dissolved by groundwater deep in the ground, slowly reaching the surface and collecting the water we drink.

The process on which the reverse osmosis faucet depends is to peel these minerals out.

As long as you only drink from the tap, you will never put them in the water.

Then there is another problem with the reverse osmosis faucet: it relies on fine membranes to filter impurities, but will let the molecules of the water pass through.

What if the molecular size of the pollutant is smaller than that of water?

They will pass!

Because many harmful chemicals and medicines are smaller than water, they enter your home drinking water if they exist in your water supply.

They cannot be prevented by reverse osmosis.

So what you need to do on the tap is to install a filter system that allows healthy minerals to pass through and prevents the chemicals and contaminants that simple physical membranes pass through.

There are systems that can do this and you can find them by searching on the Internet.

In fact, you may want to start a search on my own website, where there is a lot of free, useful information and visitors are useful.

Now click there and start looking for a replacement for the reverse osmosis faucet.

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