|Why use Reverse Osmosis water for your aquarium?|
|Ordinary tap water is contaminated by substances harmful to delicate aquatic life. Municipal and well water supplies all contain fertilizers. Water treatment plants concentrate on human bio-hazards by removing bacteria and viruses before they get to your faucet. Dissolved fertilizers, like nitrate, phosphate, potassium, silicates, and iron, are kept at federal standards, which are hundreds of times higher than the acceptable range for an aquarium.
These pollutants not only make your aquarium hard to keep clean, but it robs your tank of oxygen, lowers pH, and kills beneficial bacteria. They must be removed from the water to help insure your aquarium is one of worry-free enjoyment. The importance of using water purified by Reverse Osmosis cannot be understated.
Lessening the growth of algae is the goal of most aquarium hobbyists, and utilizing RO water for this purpose is a common practice. It is becoming more common for local water authorities to treat tap water with orthophosphates in order to prevent corrosion and scale formation in pipes. Unfortunately, this phosphate overload strikes freshwater aquariums with the plague of algae. In marine aquariums, high phosphate levels are even more problematic, especially when corals are present.
RO water minimizes the growth of algae and keeps dangerous toxins out of your aquariums.
For the marine enthusiast, it is well known that the waters surrounding coral reefs are among the cleanest and the most beautiful in the world. So, if you intend to bring the beauty of a coral reef into your home, you must provide the cleanest water possible.
|How Does Reverse Osmosis Work?|
|In most Reverse Osmosis systems, tap water first passes through a high-efficiency, solid block sediment filter where silt, sediment and particulates are removed. Water is then forced through a solid block carbon which efficiently adsorbs chlorine, chloramines, pesticides, and other harmful organic chemicals.|
|The water, now stripped of membrane-damaging particles and chemicals, then flows into the RO module. Here, pure water molecules are forced through a series of super-thin RO membranes, leaving behind salts, bacteria, viruses, hardness and other impurities, which are eventually flushed out of the system.|
|Why use Allfish Emporium’s RO water?|
|Water is the most important part of any aquarium. Allfish Emporium proudly uses the finest water purification equipment available. Our state-of-the-art, commercial-grade Reverse Osmosis and Deionization water filtration system produces the purest water available for use in freshwater, saltwater, and live reef aquariums.|
|Allfish Emporium’s industrial high-purity water system uses only the highest quality components. Our powerful system purifies water as it passes through our space-age membranes, removing even the tiniest of pollutants. It also effectively removes heavy metal ions and other dissolved ions, making our RO water ideal for marine aquarium applications. Allfish Emporium uses built-in computers to manage membrane flushing and water flow, resulting in the ultimate removal of algae promoting substances.|
|Although superior at removing contaminants, Reverse Osmosis membranes can still allow trace amounts to pass through. Allfish Emporium further processes its RO water through a super-capacity deionizing system, so even the most difficult to remove chemicals are reduced to almost undetectable levels.|
|Allfish Emporium’s Reverse Osmosis system provides superior rejection of ionic, organic, and particulate impurities and thus produces contaminant-free water. The result is laboratory grade purified water, suitable for demanding ultra-high purity applications such as marine, reef, and freshwater aquaria.|
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