Research scientist Sourirajin at UCLA first realized the potential of Reverse Osmosis in the early 1950’s. The process showed so much promise for desalinating seawater that the U.S. Office of Saline Water funded a research and development program involving major American corporations. After investing US$33m, the process of Reverse Osmosis became a viable technology and is today considered the latest and most advanced of water treatment techniques with institutions such as NASA using it.
Properly designed equipment can treat a wide variety of health contaminants as well as aesthetic contaminants that cause unpleasant taste, colour, and odour.
Reverse Osmosis works by forcing water under great pressure against a semi-permeable membrane that allows water molecules to pass through while excluding most contaminants. This process allows people throughout the world to affordably convert unsafe water into water that is virtually free of contaminants.
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