What is reverse osmosis and how does it work?
Similar to other filtration methods, reverse osmosis cleanses water. However, this water filtration technology forces water through its semi-permeable membrane at a specific pressure. As a result, only water molecules can pass through the membrane's numerous microscopic pores, which have a pore size of roughly 0.0001 microns. Other impurities will be blocked out by the membrane.
What does reverse osmosis reduce?
The majority of households are supplied with municipal water, while some use well water. Many harmful substances can seep into domestic water and drinking water from water sources and pipes. As a result, odor, turbidity, and harmful substances exceed the standard, affecting health.
Reverse osmosis can effectively reduces water impurities, including Chlorine, Phosphate, Nickel, Sulfate, Mercury, Lead, Barium, Calcium, Arsenic, Fluoride, Sodium, Nitrates and others.
Comparison of common RO systems
Waterdrop RO System
Waterdrop RO Systems  
Traditional Tank RO System
Traditional Tank RO Systems
Traditional RO Systems
Large Capacity
400 to 800 gallons per day
Fast Water Flow
Get one cup of water in 6 seconds
Safer And Fresher
No tank no bacteria and fresh every drop
Small And Compact Size
Save space under the sink
Low Drain Ratio
Save water and money
50 to 75 gallons small capacity
Wait for the tank to be refilled
Bacteria grows in tanks and stored water
Require twice the space under the sink
High drain ratio leads to a high water bill
Breakthrough Advance
WD-G3 P800
800G Capacity
Save 12x
More Water
Reverse Osmosis FAQs

Is It Possible to Connect a Tankless RO System to My Refrigerator or Ice Maker?

Absolutely. However, it is best to get a reverse osmosis pressure tank for connecting the RO system to your refrigerator.
Compared to an RO system, ice makers have a slower output rate. Because the tankless RO system easily outperforms an ice maker, the system frequently starts and stops to aid proper operation. Ultimately, this leads to the complete failure of the system. A way of combating this issue is to get a pressure tank. The purpose of a reverse osmosis pressure tank is storing filtered for use in several appliances, including ice makers.

What Quantity of Water Does an RO System Produce Daily?

The amount of water an RO system can produce depends on its GPD.
Waterdrop tankless RO systems provide 400GPD, 600GPD, and 800GPD on the market, which can meet various water needs.
Traditional tank RO systems usually provide 50 to 100 GPD capacity.
800 GPD means the reverse osmosis water system produces 800 gallons of water per day. With this ultra-large capacity, this RO system meets the daily water needs of big households and small businesses. Additionally, you don't have to wait for pure water—the system has a fast water flow, filling a cup in just 6 seconds.

Does Reverse Osmosis Systems Make Noise?

As the system processes water, it makes slight noises, even if you turn the faucet off. This is because there is a pressure change in the unit during water processing, causing sounds. The characteristic sound from the system should be a slight humming noise as it dispenses water.
The reject process occurs as water flows down a sink drain, causing a slight dripping or gurgle noise. Nevertheless, this sound is typical. If you're installing the system, you'll hear a whining sound as the tank pressurizes water for the first time. This noise should stop within a few minutes.

What Is The Comparison Between RO Water and Bottled Water?

The filtered water from the RO system is safer, healthier, and fresher than bottled water. The RO system is safe and easy to operate, taking up little space under the sink. Furthermore, the system's water supply is stable, providing sweet, crystal-clear water by removing impurities including magnesium, calcium, bacteria, organic and inorganic matter, radioactive substances, and metal ions. Another critical comparison between bottled water and the RO system is eco-friendliness. The remineralization RO system is more eco-friendly. On the other hand, bottled water is not eco-friendly because humans buy about a million plastic bottles per minute, with over 91% going unrecycled. Sadly, most of these plastic bottles are dumped in a landfill, or worse, the ocean. Urgent action is needed to curb the epidemic of plastic pollution.

Is Buying an RO System Worth It?

The advantages of the RO system over other water treatment methods include its simple equipment, no phase changes, high efficiency, and regular temperature operation. Additionally, operating the RO system is convenient, and it is energy-efficient.
Customer Reviews
“Quick and easy install for crisp clean water. loving it!”
Steven Moore
“I love waterdrop. They have the best filters and the best products!!”
Junaid Khan
“Great products and support! The RO system is awesome! Add the remineralization filter and the water tastes even better!”
Brock Cross
“Excellent RO system. Faucet looks and functions beautifully. I am happy with my purchase along with my re-mineralization filter. Water tastes clean and smooth. I notice the most difference in my morning coffee!”
Paul Fisch
“Reasonably straightforward to install, works like a champ. First RO system for me, really like having it separate from my main tap but on demand.”
James Rushing
Media Attention
market watch
market watch
Brand Promise
Brand Promise
Unveil The New Stage Of Better Life With Water
We provide customized water purification solutions for families around the world, keep drinking water safe and healthy to make your life comfortable and warm.
our story