Dental Reverse Osmosis
Dentistry requires a reliable source of distilled water for use in autoclaves. The traditional method of obtaining this is with a water distiller. However these are expensive to run, with some examples using in excess of £500 in electricity per year.
Reverse Osmosis systems usually don’t produce pure enough water to compete with a distiller – however the Rhombus is no normal Reverse Osmosis system; it’s built to an incredibly high specification, its 3 stages of filtration taking an estimated 99.9% of impurities out of the water.
A post-membrane demineralisation cartridge and integral TDS conductivity monitor ensure consistent production of quality water to ensure dentist’s surgeries meets the full legislative standards in respect of water used