Reverse Osmosis Membranes
RO (Reverse Osmosis) membranes are the filtering media used in Reverse Osmosis Water Systems. These membranes allow for water purification in both residential and industrial/commercial applications.
RO membranes are made of a thick polyamide material with little pores for water to flow through and these pores are small enough to prevent larger organic compounds like minerals and salt to pass through.
Life expectancy of a RO membrane can vary depending on water quality and amount of use, but they usually should be replaced every 2 years.