What to Know About Commercial Reverse Osmosis Systems

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According to the video “How Does a Commercial or Whole House Reverse Osmosis System Work,” homes with high mineral content in their water supply and commercial spaces that require extra pure water can benefit from a reverse osmosis system. Commercial reverse osmosis systems use a membrane technology. Low mineral content water filters out of the system while the high mineral content water remains to flush the system of debris to reduce water waste in the process.

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Before you can install a commercial reverse osmosis water filtration system, you’ll have to get specialized water testing done. This testing can break down the amount of sodium, minerals, “hardness,” and other things that are in your water. Once you have that information, it will be easier to decide if this type of system is right for you.

After your water has gone through the appropriate tests and you’ve determined that you want to install a commercial reverse osmosis system, you should consult with professionals to decide the best time to install the system. If you’re opening a business that requires pure water, you should do it sooner rather than later. If you need to use your water supply at this time, you may want to hold off until you can find an alternative water source until the job is done.

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