Overall: The Watts reverse osmosis 4 stage systems are durable, attractive and efficient.
The Watts 4 stage reverse osmosis water filter system thoroughly filters your water for better consumption and bottle water like quality.
You will immediately taste the difference with your water. Don’ be surprised if the water is cleaner and tastes better than many bottled waters.
We will now take a look at some advantages, disadvantages,
and reviews on this Watts reverse osmosis system.
The first two stages involve pre-filters.
In the first stage, a 5-micron sediment filter is used to trap sediments such as rust, dirt, and silt. These sediments will greatly affect the appearance and taste of the water.
In the second stage, a 5-micron level carbon block filter eliminates a very high percentage of chlorine, bad tastes, and odor.
At the third stage, the water passes through the semi permeable membrane. As the water passes through the tiny pores of the membrane, clean and pure water passes through while contaminated water is diverted away.
Over 99 % of contaminants are eliminated in this stage. These contaminants include copper, radium, lead, total dissolved solids, arsenic, and cysts.
In the final stage, the water passes through a carbon post filter. The purpose of this filter is to remove any contaminants that may have been picked up in the storage tank.
The fourth stage takes place just before the water is released through the faucet.
This ensures crystal clear water that is healthy for consumption.
Four (4) stage filtration process. The two pre-filters, the membrane and the post filter allows for a thorough purification of the water. All filters work with each other to supply you with crystal clear water that not only tastes good but has no bad odour.
The pre-filters and post filter should be changed every 6 months, while the post filter will last a bit longer.
A leak from the faucet usually originates from improper installation.
Watts has addressed the leaking problems from its systems by redesigning the entire unit.
Watts 4 stage reverse osmosis system uses between 3 to 4 gallons of water to produce 1 gallon of pure filtered water.
Weighs roughly 20 pounds. It,s not lightweight but at the same time it's not heavy.
So what do you think about this Watts reverse osmosis system?