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Best Reverse Osmosis System in Canada 2017

If you are looking for the best reverse osmosis system in Canada, read on. In this post, we will explain what reverse osmosis is, the benefits of a reverse osmosis drinking water system, and introduce you to the best reverse osmosis system in Canada: the Duro reverse osmosis system. At WaterSmart, we have been serving the Kitchener-Waterloo region for more than two decades so we know the special challenges of the water in our area. We sell, service, and install Duro reverse osmosis systems. If you would like to start enjoying the benefits of the highest quality reverse osmosis system, contact us today.

 

 

 

 

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Why Duro Is The Best Reverse Osmosis System in Canada

 

As one of North America's largest suppliers of water treatment equipment, Duro has over 40 years of experience. They have been the leader in reverse osmosis drinking water technology and have developed cutting edge systems for both residential and commercial use.

 

Features

 

All Duro reverse osmosis systems have the following features:

  • Ultra slim, space saving profile with integrated mounting bracket
  • Simple snap fit cover for ease of service
  • Fast and easy connection fittings
  • Colour coded tubing for simple installation
  • Chrome faucet
  • Highest quality reverse osmosis membrane
  • 25, 50, and 75 gallons per day options
  • Sediment pre-filtration
  • Pre and post carbon block filtration
  • 3/8" tubing from the RO system to tank and faucet for higher flow
  • Storage tank

 

Series lll - Premier Push Button Monitored Reverse Osmosis Systems

 

This is Duro's premier model which comes with a patented Smarttap Push Button Monitor. The Series lll will alert you when it is time to change your membrane. It also includes 3 dedicated sediment and carbon filters.

 

Series ll - Advanded Four-Stage Reverse Osmosis Systems

 

The Series ll model will produce high quality and great tasting drinking water. It uses a separate dedicated sediment and carbon pre-filters which means you will get longer run times between cartridge changes.

 

Series l - Standard Three-Stage Reverse Osmosis Systems

 

Duro's Series l reverse osmosis system uses a combination of sediment/carbon pre-filter as well as a dedicated carbon post-filter. If you are looking for the most economical yet reliable system, or if space is limited, then this system may suit your needs best.

 

What Is Reverse Osmosis?

 

Reverse osmosis (R/O) is a water treatment process which takes tap water and forces it through a semi-permeable membrane that has very small holes or "pores." Clean water then passes through the membrane, however, impurities that are too big to pass through the membrane are left behind and flushed away. Click here to read more about how reverse osmosis works.

 

Benefits Of A Reverse Osmosis System

 

1. Removes Unwanted Substances


Reverse osmosis can remove dissolved solids, salts, and minerals that cause hardness, as well as organic chemicals and other impurities. These impurities include sodium, chloride, copper, chromium, and lead. They may also reduce arsenic, fluoride, radium, sulfate, calcium, magnesium, potassium, nitrate, and phosphorus.

 

The following chart shows the substances that a reverse osmosis drinking system will remove compared to other types of drinking water systems.

 

 

2. Bottled Water Quality At A Fraction Of The Cost

 

The Duro Reverse Osmosis system can provide your family with bottled water quality drinking water at a fraction of the cost. For an average family of four, this drinking water system can produce enough drinking water for about $0.23 per day as compared to delivered water which can cost upwards of $1.25 per day.*

 

*Calculations based on recommended daily drinking allowances. Prices will vary depending on location and market.

 

3. Improves Your Water's Taste


A reverse osmosis drinking system can improve the taste of water for people who do not like the taste of dissolved mineral solids.

 

4. Protects Your Appliances


Water that has been treated by a reverse osmosis system will not produce harmful scale in kettles and coffee makers.

 

5. Helps To Lower Your Sodium or Potassium


For people who are on a medically prescribed sodium- or potassium-restricted diet, a reverse osmosis system may be beneficial, because they remove sodium and potassium from the drinking water.

 

 

Why Purchase From WaterSmart

 

WaterSmart is a locally owned and operated business that has built a solid reputation for high-quality products, excellent prices, and superior customer service. We can answer all of your water and plumbing questions and concerns. If you are wondering about the quality of your water, come to any of our WaterSmart locations and we will test it for you, free of charge. Contact us for all of your home water and plumbing needs.

 

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