Bottled Water Dispensers
Bottled Water Dispensers & Reverse Osmosis
In order to purify water using reverse osmosis, it must first go through a series of filters, one of which is a semi-permeable membrane. This membrane filters out numerous common and uncommon water pollutants by selectively letting through only particles of a specified size. The end result is water that is free of chlorine, arsenic, lead, and other harmful substances while also tasting better. Reverse osmosis not only makes water safer by removing major impurities.
While reverse osmosis filters out many of the natural (and man-made) minerals, chemicals, and toxins that groundwater acquires on its way to your tap, mineral water has a higher mineral content than conventional tap water. Most brands of mineral water, however, filter their products and then artificially add the minerals back in. While the process of reverse osmosis can reduce the total dissolved solids in your water, mineral water is defined as having at least 250 ppm of TDS.