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Reverse Osmosis Systems in Allentown by Tim Beil Plumbing
A reverse osmosis system is an outstanding option to consider if you are looking to have quality drinking water available at your kitchen sink. Just remember that, simple as their operation may be in theory, reverse osmosis systems must be professionally installed and serviced by a qualified technician. Just dial our number to guarantee that this is the case. The professional water treatment system specialists at Tim Beil Plumbing have the training and experience necessary to help you get the most from your reverse osmosis system.
For comprehensive reverse osmosis system services near Allentown, PA, call upon the professionals at Tim Beil Plumbing.
How Do Reverse Osmosis Systems Work?
K5 RO System
At Tim Beil Plumbing, we offer some of the finest reverse osmosis system services that you’ll find in the area. Because we like to work with products that match our level of integrity and demand for exceptional quality, we recommend that you consider the installation of a Kinetico RO/drinking water system. The quality of your water is extremely important and can no longer be taken for granted. With aging distribution systems supplying municipal water and well water becoming contaminated by a variety of chemical and biological contaminants, many of us have begun to think twice before drinking tap water. While bottled water was once a popular alternative, the cost and waste created are hard on the environment. Luckily, with Kinetico, you can provide your family with fresh, clean, great–tasting water with no worries.
Kinetico Drinking Water Systems are point–of–use systems, which are installed at your kitchen sink. A separate drinking water faucet is installed next to your existing faucet for drinking and cooking purposes. The systems can also be connected to your refrigerator if you have an ice maker or water dispenser.
When you use a reverse osmosis system in your home, inorganic solids dissolved in your water supply are removed with the help of the water pressure in your plumbing system. This water pressure simply forces the water through a semi–permeable membrane, which allows that water—and only that water—to pass through. The impurities and contaminants are not permitted access to the other side of the membrane, and are simply flushed from the system and your water supply. This is not only one of the simplest ways in which to cleanse the water in your home, with no additives or chemical processes involved, but it is also one of the most effective.
Keep in mind, the filters can only hold so many contaminants before they end up back in your water supply. It is for this reason the filters need to be replaced on a yearly basis, which is often overlooked or forgotten by consumers. However, you won’t need to worry about that with a Kinetico RO. After 500 gallons of water have been used through the Kinetico RO faucet, you will no longer get water out of it until the filters are replaced. There is an indicator on the unit which goes down with water usage, so you will know when the filters are ready for replacement. Pressure from the RO will decrease before it stops producing the water. Since the filters are replaced according to water use, the amount of time may vary between filter changes.
There is also a whole house RO membrane system, which would treat your entire house. The TX Membrane System is a saltless solution for solving a variety of water problems. The semi–permeable membrane traps contaminents, iron, hardness and odor–causing impurities, leaving you with clean, clear, usable and drinkable water.
We Install and Service Reverse Osmosis Systems throughout the Area
Needless to say, the installation of a reverse osmosis system demands the skill and expertise that only a trained, experienced professional can offer. A number of components are used in such a system, and the proper placing of these components and their integration into the system as a whole is far too complex for you to entertain the notion of performing it as a DIY endeavor. Our staff will ensure that your water pressure is able to facilitate the successful operation of your system, without putting any of your plumbing components at risk of damage. If you have an existing system that requires service, Tim Beil Plumbing is more than qualified to help. Start enjoying the quality of water that you deserve in your residence with the help of an outstanding reverse osmosis system.