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What is the difference between your whole house filters and your reverse osmosis systems?

The difference between the whole house filter and reverse osmosis system is that whole house filter is a POE (Point of Entry) system installed at the main water line to treat water for the whole house. The reverse osmosis system is a POU (Point of Use) system installed under the kitchen sink to treat water for drinking and cooking purpose. Whole house filter offer very high flow rate and is design to treat water for general usage such as cleaning, bathing, and laundry applications. The micron size is usually 10-30 micron for the whole house system. Reverse osmosis system is design to give you “Bottled water quality” drinking water for 1 to 2 dedicated RO faucets. Reverse osmosis gives you 45-90 gallons a day for drinking and cooking purpose. The micron size for the RO system is .00001 micron.

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