For many businesses, water is essential part of the day. Whether that is to make drinks, or to use water as a facility service such as car washes or supermarkets, water is a commodity that many of us can not do without.
Over the last few years, the words ‘Reverse Osmosis water’ has been plunged down the throats of many business managers, and whilst some have gone out and bought systems, for many others, a majority in fact, they still aren’t sure what it all means.
Here is a quick guide to reverse osmosis and handy tips if you’re a business looking to take on a system.
What is reverse osmosis?
“Reverse Osmosis, commonly referred to as RO, is a process where you demineralize or deionize water by pushing it under pressure through a semi permeable Reverse Osmosis Membrane.”
For those that don’t speak scientifically, we have all seen osmosis in action and never been aware, can you guess what that may be? Watering plants, that’s right. Osmosis is the process where a weaker saline solution will migrate to a stronger saline solution. It is one of the most important parts in nature, and it even occurs in …