The Reverse Osmosis exploits the ability of semi-permeable membranes to separate the water from the substances dissolved in it. Applying a pressure, you force the water to pass the membrane: the pure water (permeate) will be separated from the water containing salts (rejection). The osmotic membrane, which reaches the highest practicable level of filtration, acts as a barrier against not only of salts and inorganic substances, but also of the organic substances of molecular weight greater than 100 daltons: an excellent defense is therefore also against micro-pollutants, pesticides, pyrogens, viruses and bacteria. The reverse osmosis is a process of physical type, which does not require the use of regenerating chemicals.
Reverse osmosis technology offers total guarantee thanks to its versatility characteristics, performance excellence and ease of use. Over the years have multiplied the types of membranes available, up to the latest low energy, and their quality and reliability is well established also for those specifically designed for targeted applications.