With the Parker & Sons reverse osmosis drinking water system you can have sparkling clear water straight from the tap in your Phoenix area home.
Forget the daily cost of bottled water. Your coffee, tea, and juice will be more flavorful. The food you prepare- like soups, sauces, and vegetables – will taste better. And you’ll see the difference when you look at your crystal clear ice cubes. Our drinking water system gives you a constant supply of water at its best.
Reverse Osmosis Is Excellent For:
Soups and sauces
Low sodium diets
At Parker & Sons we use the industry’s most sophisticated filtration technology, which allows our Reverse Osmosis systems to deliver the best water possible. As water enters the system, it flows through three stages of treatment to reduce dissolved solids, impurities, and contaminants.
Here’s How the Process Works:
Larger particles, such as silt, rust, and scale, are removed by the prefilter. This extends the life of your system and allows the semi permeable membrane to attack smaller particles.
At the center of the system, the Reverse Osmosis membrane allows hydrogen and oxygen to pass through its microscopic pores. Dissolved solids which are too small to have been caught by the prefilter are removed from the water and flushed to the drain.
Water flows from the membrane to a holding tank, which stores the clean water until you turn on your faucet. But before the water is dispensed, it flows through one more stage of filtration. An activated carbon filter removes any remaining tastes and odors, delivering to you only the freshest, cleanest water possible.
Additional Benefits to Having a Parker & Sons Reverse Osmosis System Installed:
The Fast Recovery System refills your tank quickly, producing enough water for all your needs.
For peace of mind, your reverse osmosis system is NSF/WQA certified.
“We were very pleased with the sales call we received regarding the replacement of our reverse osmosis system. He was on-time, very knowledgeable and friendly. All of the paperwork was quickly completed and we felt good that we had called Parker & Sons.” – Jane S.