Hellenbrand Millennium Reverse Osmosis System
Millennium drinking water system reduces contaminants and turns tap water into clean, clear refreshing water for better health – all for only pennies per day. A 4-stage system filters water to the molecular level; the result, healthier better tasting water.
- Delicious clean, clear, water-on demand.
- Up to 99% contaminants removed.
- NSF Certified for reduction of many contaminants including Nitrates, Arsenic, Cysts, Lead and Radium.
- Comes with attractive faucet and TDS monitor. Designer faucets available.
- Calcite cartridge available to raise pH and add minerals back into the water. Alkaline also available.
MADE IN USA
The Millennium Reverse Osmosis System is professionally installed and comes with a 5 year warranty. Reverse Osmosis Rental starts at $19.95/month. This includes annual filter changes and all parts and service. Interest free 6 month rent-to-own option also available.
As of October 2014, water testing for a real estate transaction will now require arsenic to be included in the test. We are finding arsenic to be more prevalent in our service area. The Millennium Reverse Osmosis System can have a fifth stage added to it to make it Wisconsin state certified to treat arsenic issues. Call to discuss.
How the Hellenbrand Millennium Drinking Water System Works
Hellenbrand Millennium drinking water system, utilize a patented manifold plate that directs the flow of water through each of the filtration steps.
The manifold system directs the water through (Filter 1) a sediment carbon pre-filter, which ensures chlorine-free and particle-free water in the first step of the filtration process. Then the water is directed through the membrane (Filter 2). The membrane acts as a filter to trap and isolate contaminants to produce water with substantially reduced dissolved solids invisible to the naked eye.
From the membrane, the water is channeled through the carbon block post filter (Filter 3) which removes and absorbs contaminants that "can slip by" the membrane, acting as a secondary filtration process. The water is then stored in the pressure tank for on-demand use. This highly pure water, however, can pick up tastes and odors from any holding tank. Therefore, the water is run through one last carbon filtration process (Filter 4) when drawn to the tap to assure the highest quality water possible.