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Feb 18, 2022
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Marc S.
Jun 5, 2021
Certainly the right decision for a single-family household...
Certainly the right decision for a single-family household. It's easy to use and the water tastes much better...
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Nov 4, 2020
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Product: REOS HOME under-counter reverse osmosis system

Answer: Precisely because the system is very compact, changing the filter is relatively uncomplicated. You turn off the water and can then place the entire system on the sink or take it outside. Only the water that is in the hoses comes out.

Product: ZIP reverse osmosis system

Answer: The question is not easy to answer, generally the ratio is 50/50. Since you don't have to empty the water (it collects back in the container) but only fill it up with new water, you can continue to process the other 50%. Only after the 10th run should you refill the basic tank.

Product: REOS Plug & Play reverse osmosis system with softening system

Answer: Basically, you can connect the system as it is delivered to the water, wastewater and electricity and produce water directly. We also offer various accessories such as storage tanks if necessary. That depends on your requirements. We would be happy to create an individual offer.

Product: REOS Plug & Play reverse osmosis system with softening system

Answer: This depends on the respective model. Here are a few calculations (under optimal conditions): The model with an output of 150 l / h needs almost 7 hours for 1 m³ of water with a power consumption of 0.5 kW. This corresponds to approximately 3.6 kWh per m³. The model with 300 l / h output therefore needs approx. 3.5 h for 1 m³ of water with a power consumption of 0.65 kW. This corresponds to approximately 2.16 kWh per m³. The model with 600 l / h output, on the other hand, needs less than 2 hours for 1 m³ of water with a power consumption of 2.2 kW. This corresponds to approximately 3.6 kW per m³.

Product: REOS Compact reverse osmosis system

Answer: The REOS Compact reverse osmosis system is primarily designed for the treatment of relatively clean, pre-filtered drinking water. While it is excellent at removing impurities, pollutants and microorganisms from water to produce pure drinking water, its suitability for producing drinking water directly from a body of water such as a river depends on various factors. For the direct treatment of river water into drinking water, preparatory steps are usually necessary to remove coarse impurities and particles before the water is passed through a reverse osmosis system. This includes pre-filtration to remove sediment, suspended solids and possible larger organic materials that could damage or clog the reverse osmosis system membranes. Furthermore, the process of reverse osmosis can also lead to a reduced pH value, making the water slightly acidic. This is because reverse osmosis systems not only remove impurities, but also minerals that give the water flavor and contribute to pH balance. In some cases, it is therefore necessary to post-treat the osmosis-treated water to increase the pH and add minerals back in so that it meets drinking water standards and preferences.

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