How Important is a Reverse Osmosis (R/O) System?

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Hi, I’m Charlie Samardelis at Carroll Water Systems. I’m an analytical chemist and a master water specialist.

Today we’re here to talk about reverse osmosis systems.

Reverse osmosis systems are critical whether you’re on a well or city supply. Many people think, “Oh, well, I’m on city water. I see my test and it all looks great.” Unfortunately, by the time it gets to your home after traveling through miles of pipe, it’s very, very different water.

Reverse osmosis will guarantee that you’re getting rid of all the contaminants or most of them depending on what you’re using for filters. To make the water healthy and safe for you to drink – it is the most critical aspect of your water in your home. Drinking water is what purifies our systems and controls our body chemistry.

Charlie Samardelis

Charlie Samardelis

Charlie Samardelis is a certified master water treatment specialist, certified through the Water Quality Association for 2 decades, as well as an analytical chemist with 20 years in the industry as a water treatment specialist. His responsibilities include commercial water treatment designs as well as residential applications. His experience includes research and analytical chemistry. He uses a science-based approach to design specifications using data metrics to support approaches used.
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