Drinking Water Filters

Why does your drinking water need filtered?

One of the most common point-of-use (POU) devices to treat water at the point of consumption are reverse osmosis (RO) systems. The technology provides the final barrier to the contaminants of concern before the water is consumed or used. RO systems are most commonly installed near the point-of-use, such as on a countertop or under a sink. They’re great for treating water for cooking and drinking and produce approximately 3 to 10 gallons a day. For that reason, typically people choose to install RO-treated faucets in kitchens and bathrooms, as opposed to installing it for every drinking tap. 

RO removes or reduces:

  • Lead
  • Mercury
  • Tri-Halo-Methane
  • Nitrates
  • Sodium
  • Arsenic
  • PCB’s
  • Flouride
  • Harmful Chemicals
  • VOC’s

Reverse Osmosis

Floor Model Water Coolers

Counter Top Water Coolers