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There are a few things we consider important in a reverse osmosis water filter. Excellent quality filtration, removing fluoride and other contaminants, convenience, ease of use and a long filter life.

If you’re still drinking unfiltered tap water, RO water & RO filtration is an excellent and economical water purification method that consistently removes fluoride, heavy metals, pesticides & other pollutants easily.

Browse the best reverse osmosis water filters Australia has available.

Reverse Osmosis Water Filters

The Absolute Best Reverse Osmosis Systems

Our range of RO filters are extremely high quality.  All the filter cartridges are made in the USA and perform significantly better than cheap imitations. Our reverse osmosis filter are all tested and certified by the NSF and WaterMark to ensure quality and performance.Join a growing movement of well informed people that understand the importance of clean water.  Eliminating the unpleasant tastes and odours from your water supply is one of many benefits of a good RO system.  The best reverse osmosis water systems will  remove the vast majority of contaminants and re-mineralise the water to make it more available to your body.  Choose from our range of high quality benchtop water purifiers and under sink water filtration systems.

RO Water Filter FAQ

What is Reverse Osmosis

Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a semi-permeable membrane to remove ions, molecules and larger particles from drinking water. It is able to efficiently remove contaminants through the use of an applied pressure gradient across the membrane which forces water molecules to flow through while rejecting most dissolved solids.

In the reverse osmosis process, contaminated water is pressurised and forced through the RO membrane. Water molecules can pass through the microscopic pores of the membrane, but many impurities such as salts, metals, minerals and organics are unable to fit through and are flushed away in the reject stream. The result is that clean, purified water flows through the membrane while contaminants are left behind, leading to a greatly reduced concentration of dissolved solids in the final product water.

Reverse osmosis removes up to 99% of bacteria, viruses, protozoa, organic and inorganic chemicals, making it an effective method of disinfection and contaminant removal. The purified water produced can be used for drinking, food preparation, aquariums, photography applications and industrial processes. Advancements continue to improve RO membrane technology, resulting in increased efficiency and recovery rates. With its ability to desalinate brackish and seawater, RO is also being utilised to provide freshwater in developing countries.

What contaminants does reverse osmosis remove from water?

Reverse osmosis is effective at removing a wide range of impurities, including fluoride, bacteria, viruses, dissolved salts, heavy metals, chemicals, pesticides, and sediment. It can also improve the taste and odor of water.

Is reverse osmosis water safe to drink?

Yes, reverse osmosis water is typically safe to drink. It removes harmful contaminants and provides clean, purified water. However, it’s essential to ensure your system is well-maintained to prevent bacterial buildup.  If you are at all concerned about the removal of inorganic minerals during the water filtration process, then please choose the option with the alkalisation and mineralisation.

What are the advantages of using a reverse osmosis water filter in my home?

The benefits include improved water quality, better taste, removal of harmful substances, such as lead and chlorine, and reduced reliance on bottled water. It’s also more cost-effective in the long run.

Are there any drawbacks to using reverse osmosis?

RO systems can be wasteful, as they produce a significant amount of wastewater during the filtration process. 

Can I install a reverse osmosis system myself, or do I need a professional?

Many RO systems are designed for DIY installation and come with detailed instructions. However, if you’re not comfortable with plumbing, it’s advisable to hire a professional to ensure a proper setup.

Are reverse osmosis systems suitable for bore water or areas with hard water?

Yes, RO systems are effective at treating well water and hard water, but they may require pre-filtration and regular maintenance to handle these specific water conditions.

What should I consider when choosing an RO system for my home?

Factors to consider include water quality, the system’s capacity, filter replacement costs, installation ease, and any additional features like remineralization options.