Reverse Osmosis Water Dispenser – Is It Worth Buying?

Reverse Osmosis Water Dispenser – Is It Worth Buying?

Short and crisp answer is no, buying a home reverse osmosis water dispenser is not a good idea. This does not mean that RO based water filters do not remove impurities; however, why settle for less when you can have the best rated latest technology based water purifiers in comparatively less price. Read on to find out more.

Unlike many high end filters that are based on latest carbon filtration and ion exchange technology, reverse osmosis water dispenser are based on out dated, old and obviously not so effective water purification process. In these filters, water is forced to pass through a semi-permeable porous membrane, which allows all the smaller molecules to pass through it and retains the bigger ones.

In view of the fact that chlorine molecules, THMs and VOCs (Volatile organic chemicals) are smaller in size, they pass the porous membrane to become the part of so called pure water. Consumption of this chemical based water could result in headache, nausea, diarrhea, asthma, upset stomach, etc. In extreme cases, it can affect the communication between neurons and can result in neurobehavioral disorders like mood swings, anxiety, lack of concentration, etc.

Moreover, reverse osmosis water filtering systems takes out the essential minerals like calcium, potassium, magnesium, etc. from the water, which are otherwise present naturally in water. Consumption of this de-mineralized water means vitamin and mineral deficiency, which can further lead to poor skin and hair condition, dental issues and weaker bones.

Besides the above health issues, the usage of RO based water purifiers have detrimental environmental affect too. These systems waste two to three gallons of water to filter just 1 gallon of water. In addition, the filtering process is quite slow too; it takes more than an hour to filter 1 gallon of water. In other words, it means that you will have high electricity as well as water bill every month as recurring cost. Not to forget is the high installation cost too. Typically, a reverse osmosis water dispenser costs you around $300.

Now that you know the disadvantages of reverse osmosis water dispenser, your next step should be to spend some more time on the internet and find out a hi-tech water filtering system that is capable of giving you real fresh, pure and healthy water and is light on your pocket too.

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