When pressure is applied to water on one side of the membrane layer, water particles are forced via to the other side of the membrane layer, creating pure water. RO works well to eliminate most common contaminants but is relatively inefficient due to the fact that it cleanses just a fraction of the water that passes via the RO system.
RO and Fluoride
According to a 2008 University of Nebraska overview, reverse osmosis could remove many normal pollutants from water. These include liquified minerals such as calcium and magnesium, along with strong fragments and pesticide i...