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If you want great tasting, fresh purified drinking water,
Clark's Quality Water has the perfect alternative to bottled water!
A reverse osmosis water purification system will give
you unlimited purified water at your fingertips.

Take advantage of the benefits of installing a reverse osmosis system in your home. Since
bottled water has become an environmental issue because plastic bottles are
non biodegradable, a home reverse osmosis system is a more ecologically-friendly and
practical approach for acquiring purified drinking water.
Imagine the convenience of never having to tote
water into your home again!

Think of the health benefits you will receive from drinking fresh purified water right out of
your r/o tap!Not to mention the money you will save!
Our Ultima™ reverse osmosis water purifiers provide
all the benefits of bottled water, without impact to
the environment and on your health.
And that's not all!

Clark's Quality Water can also install a separate line from the water purification system to
your refrigerator so that even your ice cubes will look and taste better than ever!

Clark's Quality Water provides several options regarding reverse osmosis including
designer faucets to customize appearance All of our reverse osmosis systems use water
saving shut-offs, the highest quality water filters, and TFC membranes. Our Ultima™
Series Reverse Osmosis systems provide twice the flow of conventional
Reverse Osmosis systems.

All components are made in the USA, using the highest quality components.

Ultima™ WQA Gold Seal validation assures that each customer is getting the highest
quality product with proven performance.
Reverse Osmosis
Q. Specifically, which contaminants does a reverse osmosis system remove?

A reverse osmosis system can treat for a variety of contaminants including:
Aluminum, Arsenic, Asbestos, Atrazine, Benzene, Chlorides, Chlorine, Copper,
Cryptosporidium, Cyanide, Fluoride, Giardia, Lead, Mercury, Nitrates, Radium, Radon,
Silver, Sodium, Sulfide, Trichloroethylene, and Total Trihalomethanes.

Q. Beyond reducing health-related contaminants what are some other benefits
of installing a reverse osmosis water system?

There are many benefits to installing a reverse osmosis system beyond greatly reduced
concentrations of contaminants.  Cleaner, sparkling drinking water is probably the most
noticeable.  Because there is little to alter the RO-treated water's natural state, the flavor
of food can come though without any "chemical" taste.   Brewed items such as coffee,
tea, or soups may have a richer, more robust flavor, and fruit juices and powdered drinks
mixed with RO-treated water may taste better, too.   Even ice cubes can take on a crystal
clear appearance.

Additionally, because of its low mineral content, using RO-purified water in household
appliances such as steam irons and humidifiers can keep them working longer and more

Q. How do I properly maintain my reverse osmosis system?

The filters of your RO system should be changed periodically.   In general, both the pre-
and post-filters should be replaced about every six months, or at least annually;
however, the maintenance schedules may vary due to local water conditions, the quality
of water being filtered, and the manufacturer's recommendations.  The reverse osmosis
membrane normally lasts between 3 to 5 years.   WQA suggests you closely follow the
maintenance schedule provided by your water treatment specialist of the manufacturer to
ensure that the system is in proper working order.
Our filter change service includes filter replacement, sanitize filter
housings, re-pressurize storage tank, and water test.
What's In Your Water?

We outline here some basic maintenance information that applies to most RO

First: In order to protect the delicate RO membranes, water first flows through a
pre-filter. This pre-filter cartridge is designed to filter out dirt, silt, sand and other
sediments. This pre-filter should be changed every 6-12 months. If not properly
maintained or changed on schedule, the pre-filter can foul or become clogged,
thereby making it unable to protect the RO membranes.

Second: The next phase is generally a carbon filter which is designed to remove
chlorine and other taste or odor contaminants. This is important because chlorine
can ruin the RO membrane. This carbon filter should be replaced every 6-12
months, also.

Third: This is the actual reverse osmosis phase. Reverse osmosis (RO) is a
separation process that uses pressure to force water through a membrane. The
membrane retains the contaminant on one side and allows the pure solvent
(water) to pass through to the other side.

This process is the reverse of the normal ‘osmosis process’, which is the natural
movement of solvent from an area of low solute concentration, through a
membrane, to an area of high solute concentration when no external pressure is

Water passes through the RO membrane at generally 35 pounds per square inch
(psi). At this rate, roughly two drops per second. The contaminants rejected by
the membrane are piped down the drain.  RO membranes should be replaced
every 2-3 years.

NOTE that filter and membrane lifespan will vary based upon local water
conditions and household usage.

Fourth: Finally, a carbon filter stage is usually added to “polish” off the water at
the end of the cycle. This stage removes any remaining taste or odors to create
outstanding drinking water. The carbon filter should be changed every 6-12