Survival Distiller

I want to give you something to think about with your drinking water. If you have a reverse osmosis system and you’ve changed the membranes (filters), there is often a black or green slime on it, right? What is this? It’s bacteria. Or, to be more accurate, it’s a bacteria colony (not good). So, if your tap water is safe to drink, how do these bacteria contaminate your RO system, because tap water isn’t perfect? There can be times when a good dose of bacteria flows into your house. When it does, the bacteria gets trapped in your RO system and grows (your RO system does not kill the bacteria). It can grow out of control and can actually grow through your membrane and cause it to rupture. If this happens, numerous bacteria can get into your drinking water and can make you sick.

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