The Tomlinson Faucet is a high-end, aesthetically pleasing option that will last for years. The design of these faucets is well suited to modern high-end kitchens and it includes lever-style knobs. But don’t be fooled by its looks, this one-of-a-kind ceramic disc valve faucet is as practical as it is eye-catching. It's a great improvement over the standard issue faucets that come with most reverse osmosis and other filtration systems, and it's lead-free, so it can be retrofitted to most brands. The high-quality, lead-free brass that is crafted on a Tomlinson faucet is a terrific way to ensure that your water is completely pollutant-free. In addition, the tubing for the reverse osmosis Tomlinson faucet is already installed for you before it even leaves the warehouse. 

Producers of kitchen utilities and hardware are well aware of the rising need for products that can be used with reverse osmosis filtration systems. All inorganic impurities can be eliminated from water using the reverse osmosis process. Without these inorganic impurities, water, the universal solvent, is more eager than usual to absorb a trace amount of whatever it comes into contact with. Brass, copper, and other metals have traditionally been used in the design of standard faucets and ice machines. So essentially, if your faucet is not designed to work with reverse osmosis, those metals in the faucet can contaminate the water after it has been purified. It is crucial that the water is not re-contaminated when the purification process is complete. All fixtures and appliances that come into contact with the water after the reverse osmosis process must be compatible with reverse osmosis or the water will become contaminated again.

Reverse osmosis removes impurities from water by filtering out the molecules at the molecular level. Pollutants are reintroduced into the water supply due to a leaking air gap. A leak in the air gap could be caused by the feed water conditions. The likelihood of buildup increases as the concentration of pollutants and dissolved solids in the feed water rises. Incorrect installation or a blockage preventing water from draining from a reverse osmosis system's air gap are two possible causes of water leakage. If you want to keep sewage from contaminating your drinking water, installing an air gap is a smart move. Certain plumbing codes mandate backflow prevention wherever a drain leads directly to a source of potable water. A backup in the drain would not allow contaminated water to flow backward past the air gap. Visit our online store to find great deals on a variety of Tomlinson faucets.