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Reverse Osmosis Water Filtering Systems

Treat Your Family to Fresh, Clean, Clear Water

A reverse osmosis drinking water system is the most effective and most economical way to provide you and your family with great tasting, quality, clean, drinking water.

A reverse osmosis system from Serv-All Water Conditioning filters out the impurities, contaminants, chemicals, and solids. You'll be amazed by how your ice, coffee, teas, and soups will taste better than ever! That's why most coffee houses and restaurants use commercial reverse osmosis systems. And, the filtered water is not only safe for pets — it’s healthier for them, too!

We sell and install quality reverse osmosis filter systems from some of the leading manufacturers in the industry. Our systems are made in the USA, use USA-made filters, and are approved by the FDA.

To request your free quote, please call us or use our convenient online form.

Reverse Osmosis Water Filtering Systems

drinking water

Drinking water that is clean, fresh, clear, and great tasting

coffee tea

Coffee, tea, juices, soups, and sauces made with reverse osmosis water are full of flavor

ice cubes

Ice cubes are crystal clear

bottled water

No more bottled water! The system produces better tasting and cleaner water than bottled. Save money!

pets love

Pets love the water

plants flowers

Nourish your plants and flowers
with fresh water

approved materials

Made of the highest quality FDA
approved materials

Best of all, a reverse osmosis system reduces and eliminates many undesirable materials found in your drinking water.

Arsenic
Chlorine
Lead
Mercury
Bacteria
Fluoride
Nitrates
TDS (total dissolved solids)
Chromium-6
Pharmaceuticals
Radium
Cadmium
Selenium
Cysts
Barium
Metals
Chloroform
Contaminants
Many More!

5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Purification Process

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sediment filter

Sediment filter reduces dirt, sand, silt,
rust, and other particles.

granular

Granular activated carbon (GAC) reduces
chlorine taste, odors, and other unwanted
chemicals that are present.

carbon block filter

Carbon block filter further reduces
unpleasant odors and chlorine taste.

GDP membrane

75-GPD membrane removes a wide variety of
contaminants and impurities that includes
heavy metals, total dissolved solids, bacteria,
viruses, and many others.

post GAC polishes

Inline post-GAC polishes off any taste or
odors that might be present in the
storage tank.

Included with your 5-stage system:

75-GPD TFC Membrane with 1-1 waste
All filters
3-gallon tank
Attractive designer chrome faucet
All tubing needed
External auto-shutoff
Ice maker hookup

4-Stage Reverse Osmosis Purification Process

stage
sediment filter

Sediment filter reduces, silt, dirt, sand,
rust, and other particles.

granular

Post-carbon filter (the last filter in the process)
removes tastes and odors that may be
present in the holding tank.

carbon block filter

Carbon block reduces unwanted chlorine and
other chemicals in your water.

GDP membrane

50-GPD membrane removes a wide variety of
contaminants and impurities, such as total
dissolved solids, metals, viruses, bacteria,
and many others.

Included with your 4-stage system:

All Filters
50-GPD TFC membrane
Ice maker hookup
Feed supply
Drain connector
3-gallon tank
All tubing needed
Attractive chrome faucet
Pressurized tank
External auto-shutoff

Reverse Osmosis Maintenance Service

Prevent reverse osmosis equipment problems by having the professionals from Serv-All Water Conditioning take care of your system once a year. When performed by our experienced repair technicians, this maintenance will help ensure your water has a good taste, maintains good water pressure, and that there are no leaks or clogs.

Our service includes everything you need to keep your water flowing.

test your water

Test your water quality for total
dissolved solids (TDS)

flow rate water

Check the flow rate of water from your
reverse osmosis faucet

check pressure

Check the pressure in the reverse osmosis
holding tank

polishing

Change the pre-, post-, and polishing
filters each year

working stuff

Thorough check of the system to make
sure all components are working
sufficiently

water filters

Testimonials

What our clients say about us and our work

FAQ

Quick Answers to Important Questions About Water

You use water every day for drinking, cooking, bathing, laundry, and more. It's important to know what you're putting into your body and using around your home. We've assembled a collection of the most important and most common questions we encounter as a water conditioning company in Las Vegas.

How can I tell if my water is hard?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

Reference :

What is considered hard water? How many grains per gallon or whatever?

  • Treated (or softened water) = 0
  • Slightly hard = 1-2 grains per gallon (total grains x 17.1 equals ppm)
  • Medium Hard = 3-7 grains per gallon (total grains x 17.1 equals ppm)
  • Hard = 7-10.5 grains per gallon (total grains x 17.1 equals ppm)
  • Extremely Hard Water = 10.5+ grains per gallon (total grains x 17.1 equals ppm)

Note: Each ppm of iron equals 4 grains per gallon of hardness.

We hope this page helped you understand how to determine your hardness. If you still have questions regarding hard water, please email us or call us anytime at the number below.

Reference :

How does a softener remove hardness from water?

As the water passes through a water softening appliance containing a bed of resin, the hardness (calcium and magnesium) present in the water is exchanged or swapped for sodium in the resin. When the available sodium has all been exchanged for calcium and magnesium, hard water is present in the softener outlet and the resin must be regenerated. Common salt is used to replenish the supply of sodium in the resin and the hardness is flushed to waste.

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