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Reverse osmosis systems push water through a series of membranes in order to remove impurities. Reverse osmosis is used by most municipalities to purify tap water, but a home reverse osmosis system will capture the dirt, sediment and metals that sneak into your water. A typical reverse osmosis system will consist of a series of filters and a tank that collects the purified water. Reverse osmosis systems differ in capacity and thoroughness, as some filtration processes are more elaborate. Because of the elaborate nature of filtration, prepare yourself to spend more on a reverse osmosis system than a typical water filter.

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