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PURE, CLEAN DRINKING WATER FILTRATION

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CONSUMER BUYERS GUIDE

Reverse Osmosis Water Systems

Hague H6500 Reverse Osmosis

Hague Quality Water H6500 Reverse Osmosis System is a highly efficient R.O. System. It produces 1 gallon of drinking water to every 1 gallon going to drain compared to the competition. The non-electric permeate pump also allows water to travel several feet to connect to other devices.

GRO-2550 Reverse Osmosis System

Pentair’s GRO-2550 RO System provides a superior level of performance compared to conventional filtration systems. It boasts the most efficient RO membrane available on the market today to produce 1 gallon of drinking water to every 1 gallon going to drain .

Aqua Flo Platinum Reverse Osmosis

The Aqua Flo Platinum QCRO and QCUF Drinking Water Systems can be configured to meet your specific requirements. With quick connect, interchangeable filters offering a variety of treatment options the system can be tailored to local water conditions.

PuROmax H3 Reverse Osmosis

The PuROMax High Recovery unit utilizes a non-electric energy recovery device, called a permeate pump, which dramatically improves the efficiency of an RO system. This unit produces 1 gallon of drinking water to every 1 gallon to drain. An efficient and very affordable unit.

Columbo Series On-Demand Tankless RO

An on-demand, tankless reverse osmosis system that delivers a whopping 25 gallons an hour, without the need for a tank. No need to wait for regeneration time between heavy uses. Add on an alkaline filter for practically unlimited alkaline water for you and your family.

Which Reverse Osmosis System is Right for You?

When it comes to quality drinking water, purchasing the right reverse osmosis system for your home is paramount. Testing the water quality, whether on city water or on a well, is the first thing to do before deciding on the right RO system. How much water do you consume per day and the filter costs also must be factored in. We work with you to find the perfect match, providing you with an affordable, cost effective drinking water system that works for you and your family. Check out our RO buyer's guide or call us to schedule a water quality test. We can get your system installed quickly.

Reverse Osmosis Buyers Guide

What should you look for when buying an RO drinking water system for your home and family? We sell several models and each reverse osmosis system has benefits that factor into your buying decision. Picking the right RO system is important, not only for cost today, but long term maintenance costs as well.

FILTRATION STAGES

How many filtration stages and RO system has is important and dependent on your water quality. Most RO systems have 4 to 6 stages (including alkalinity) of filtration. If you're on well water or an area with high levels of sediment, you might need 5 stages depending on your water quality.

WATER WASTE

Reverse osmosis systems use water to self clean their systems. Some systems use multiple gallons to produce one gallon of drinking water. The efficiency is based on the membrane and permeate pump. City water users, where you pay for every gallon of water, should consider the amount of water used during the cleaning cycle to keep long term costs (water bill) in check.

ICE MAKER

Clean water isn't limited to the tap. If you want your refrigerator to produce clean, pure ice an ice maker adapter for you new RO system is required. We can install a line directly to your refrigerator - depending on your house layout - eliminating the need to buy a separate water filtering system for ice. This saves you on ongoing maintenance and filter costs.

WATER PRODUCTION

How much water and how quickly it produces becomes an issue if you use the RO system frequently. The gallons per day produced by a reverse osmosis unit is the speed in which the RO can create a gallon of water. An RO system that is rated at 50 gallons per day, will produce approximately 1 gallon of water per hour. A 3 gallon water holding tank is provided by all manufacturers.

FILTERS

How often and what kinds of RO filters you need to buy depends on the unit. It is recommended to change filters once or twice a year depending on your water quality. Reverse osmosis systems can be custom configured to add minerals, alkalinity, raise the pH, change the smoothness and taste, and more. Filter costs and how often they need to be replaced over the course of the year is just one more item to consider before making your RO purchase.

COST

Budget conscious consumers will be happy to note that reverse osmosis systems are quite affordable. Less expensive than bottled water, and much friendlier to the environment.

Why buy a Reverse Osmosis System from JBC Water Treatment Company?

JBC is committed to staying at the forefront of innovation in the water filtration industry. We offer a wide variety of premium water filtration products from many of the leading water quality brands. We're also proud to carry some of the best systems on the market, and have an excellent and professional service staff to keep your system in the best working condition. If you live in the North Texas area, call us to purchase, install or service your reverse osmosis system. We have a 5-star rating with Angie's List and Home Advisor and an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau.