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The operation of reverse osmosis systems includes filter housings containing specialist filter cartridges or membranes which systematically clean the water passing through it with the purified end result being stored in a tank and drawn off for use via a separate tap. This process not only removes sediment, bad taste, odour and chlorine but also unwanted salts and dissolved minerals (TDS) such as fluoride, nitrate, calcium, magnesium as well as cysts and a variety of metals.

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