Reynolds PureStream Reverse Osmosis System
- Delicious, sparkling-clear drinking water.
- Convenience-fresh, clean water ready at your tap.
- Pristine, flavorful coffee, tea and juice.
- Clean rinsed, fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Crystalline, harder and clearer ice cubes.
- Prolong the life of your humidifier or steam iron.
- Spotless glassware, when rinsed with R.O. water.
- Cost effective-no more bottled water costs.
- Better tasting soups, sauces and meals.
- Environmentally sound-no chemicals!
- Quality water for your aquarium.
- Great for your pets
- Weight loss diets
- Baby formulas
- 50 gallon per day membranes
Five High Performance Filtration Stages…
Large Particle Removal
The incoming water is filtered through a high capacity five micron prefilter to remove silt and sediment.
The water is then filtered through a sediment/activated carbon block filter to protect the membrane and remove any chlorine that may be present.
Prefiltration – Only on the 5 stage system
A second sediment/activated carbon block filter to further purify the water.
This is the heart of the system. Most particles too small to be trapped by the prefilters are removed by the T.F.C. membrane, reducing unwanted contaminants from the water stream.
This final filter reduces unwanted tastes and odors and adds the final “polish” to your filtered water.
Reduces these contaminants for better tasting, more healthful drinking water:
Foul Taste And Odors
From its passage from clouds to your tap, water comes in contact with many different impurities which can produce foul taste and odors that can ruin the enjoyment of prepared foods and beverages.
If you think bottled water is the answer, think again!
Many individuals are buying bottled water because they are concerned about drinking water quality. Bottled water is expensive, and it’s very inconvenient. Water produced by RO systems costs pennies a gallon, compared to a dollar or more for bottled water.
No One Ever Questioned
The Quality Of Our Drinking Water
Our lakes, rivers and streams were crystal clear and drinking water was safe to drink. But this was before the industrial revolution, expanded population growth and urbanization of our cities and towns.
Today, drinking water quality is on everyone’s mind because contaminants from waste sites, factories, leaking fuel storage tanks and run-off from farming chemicals have seriously threatened our water supply.
Municipal water treatment plants add chlorine to make certain our water supply is safe. Other contaminants, however, such as lead and asbestos can be introduced to water in pipelines that supply water to your house.
For these reasons, many concerned individuals have turned to in-home water treatment systems for safe and more healthful drinking water for their use and enjoyment.
Removes the entire spectrum of drinking water contaminants.
Reverse osmosis drinking water systems include membrane separation, activated carbon adsorption and micro filtration to reduce the entire spectrum of contaminants that can be found in drinking water.