Simple Water Maker Reverse Osmosis

Simple Water Maker Reverse Osmosis. Our is six. Simple Water Maker 6.

The Simple Water Maker Six reverse osmosis system produces high quality drinking water quickly and easily. The system features hygienically sealed filter cartridges. Maintenance on the system quick and simple. Compared to a traditional reverse osmosis system the unique Simple water maker delivers 30% more flow from the faucet and the 50 gpd membrane quickly refills the storage tank while reducing water waste by up to 50% compared to other systems.  The compact design takes up much less space under the counter.

Simple Water Maker uses a unique membrane. 50 GPD thin film composite reverse osmosis membrane.

A four stage pre filter, membrane, and post filters that are housed inside a single cartridge. A fifth stage post polishing inline carbon filter is installed between the tank and faucet for even better tasting water. If your concerned the minerals have been taken out we can add a calcite filter to put them back into your clean water! Want a higher PH we can add Alkaline filter to bring it up to a 8. Want higher we have ideas to get you the water you want at home.

  • Unique five-stage design utilizes water pressure more effectively resulting in 30% higher flow from the faucet.
  • 50 gpd membrane refills the storage tank quickly, giving you more water when you need it.
  • Top quality coconut carbon post filtration provides final polishing for the freshest taste.
  • Color coded tubing and hygienically sealed filter cartridges.
  • Easy to maintain. Replace the filter cartridges without tools.
  • The Gold Seal certification is held by the manufacturer of the product and Simple Water Softener is distributor of OEM manufactured products.
  • NSF/ANSI, Standard 58, for the reduction of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), Lead, Fluoride, Arsenic V, Cysts, and more.
  • Manufactured in the USA.


The R/O is

  • Reverse Osmosis is $650 with a purchase of a water softener and $850 without.
  • Includes drilling of granite with purchase of a water softener.
  • Farm house sink extra.
  • PH levels can be increased by adding additional filters.

Alkaline Filter can be added to system to bring up PH level.

We can help you get the water you want for your family.

Contaminant Reduction

Our professionals at Simple Water Softeners are pleased to install reverse osmosis systems for both commercial and residential buildings in San Antonio and environs. Give us a call at (210) 960-2555.

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    Reverse Osmosis

    Produces High Quality Drinking Water. Want Higher PH WE Can Help.

    Find out how you can have high quality purified water at home for your family or business.

    Residents of San Antonio insist that their drinking water be fresh and clean, and one way to make sure of this is through reverse osmosis, which filters harmful chemicals and pathogens from drinking water. Our professionals at Simple Water Softeners are pleased to install this system for both our commercial and residential clients.

    Diffusion is the key to a reverse osmosis system. In an RO system, the molecules of water move though membranes from a higher to lower concentration. The reverse part is because the fresh water does not pass through to dilute contaminated water, but leaves contaminated water to replenish water that is already fresh. The membranes in a good RO system tend to block substances with a molecular weight above 100 grams per mole. Since water has a molecular weight of only about 18 g/mol, it can go through the membrane more easily than the sometimes very large molecules that make up chemicals and far more easily than viruses or bacteria. There are even some RO membranes that block ions such as calcium, sodium and chlorine whose molecular weight is less than 100.

    Other contaminants that can be treated with RO are:
    • Arsenic
    • Nitrates
    • Nitrites
    • Fluoride
    • Copper
    • Lead
    • Inorganic mercury
    • Radium
    • Uranium
    • Some organic pesticides

    Filter membranes in most RO systems are made of polymers or cellulose acetate and are about .25 microns thick. A micron equals one millionth of a meter, so these filters are very fine. They can be arranged in several configurations including being wrapped around a perforated tube or placed in layers before they’re enclosed in some kind of housing.

    Before the water passes through a membrane, an RO system adjusts the pH level of the water then prefilters it. Profiteering is necessary because the water can have particulates that can clog the membrane. To prefilter the water, it’s passed through a material that can be sand, charcoal or a deionizer. Then, the water is pumped through the RO membrane and cleansed of contaminants, which are drained away as the clean water is stored in an accumulator tank.

    It is true that RO systems used to waste a great deal of water when they worked, but the technology has advanced to the point where they waste less and less water. Another problem was that the contaminants could build up over time in the membrane module, but this can also be corrected by changing the main filter on the unit. The membrane is encapsulated with the other ones so it is changed out each time giving you a higher quality of water.

    PH levels can be incresed by adding an additional filter this will make the water around an 8 on the PH chart.

    Our professionals at Simple Water Softeners are pleased to install reverse osmosis systems for both commercial and residential buildings in San Antonio and environs. Give us a call at (210) 960-2555.