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With a American Aqua RO system you get:

  • Three or four-stage water filtration.
  • Semi-permeable membranes to reject solids.
  • Specially formulated pre-and post-filters to reduce contaminants, eliminate odors, and improve taste.
  • Automatic shut-off to conserve water.
  • Optional electronic monitor to alert you when filters need changing.
  • Space-saving designs.
  • Bottle-quality water at your tap.

Here is how a Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Purifier works:

  1. Household water is directed through a pre-filter for filtration to remove sediment, chlorine taste, and odor, and particulate matter.
  2. The water is then forced, by pressure, through a semi-permeable membrane where a high percentage of the dissolved solids and other contaminants are rejected and flushed to the drain.
  3. The final polishing of the water is accomplished by an activated carbon absorption block filter removing tastes and odors. The water passes through this final filtering process immediately before going to the faucet whether it comes directly from the unit or from the storage tank.
  4. The automatic shut-off control shuts down the system when the storage tank is filled and water is not being drawn. This “demand production” feature conserves water by eliminating the constant running to the drain found in some units. The control also depressurizes the membrane when not in service extending the membrane life and reducing the need for maintenance of your reverse osmosis water purifier.

American Aqua offers a broad range of reverse osmosis purification systems. These products reduce substances such as chlorine taste, sediment, nitrates, lead, cysts, and detergents.

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How does water become contaminated?

Industrial dumping, farming, pollution, and water plant pipe deterioration have taken a toll on local water systems.

Poor Home Drinking Water

Many households live with poor drinking water from their municipal or well sources.

Hard Water

A whopping 85% of Americans live in an area with hard water. Hard water is water that has accumulated “hard” minerals that can affect a home’s water quality.

Environmental Crisis

Many people turn to bottled water as a solution, contributing significantly to plastic pollution.


Reverse Osmosis Systems

Environmentally Friendly

Bottled Water Facts

  • 38 million plastic bottles go to the dump every year in America
  • It takes plastic bottles 700 years to begin composting.
  • The price you pay for bottled water is 90% due to the bottle itself.
  • To produce a billion plastic bottles, 24 million gallons of oil are needed.
  • Not to mention bottling and shipping water are not energy efficient methods either to supply your water.
  • What’s the second most popular beverage in the US? You got it.

Ratings and Certifications

  • Tested and Certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 58 by NSF International.
  • Rated at 50 psi, 77F, 750 ppm/TDS, product to storage tank.
  • Product water produced, amount of waste water and percent rejection will vary with changes in pressure, temperature and total dissolved solids.
  • Tested by Spectrum Labs, Inc. a state certified testing laboratory.

What About Alkaline Water?

Many people have heard the growing buzz around the potential health benefits of drinking alkaline water. After going through the alkaline filter, minerals are placed back into the water, right from the tap!

Why Are People Drinking Alkaline Water?

Everything you eat and drink has a pH level of O (very acidic) to 14 (high alkalinity). Typical drinking water usually has a pH of 7. Alkaline water typically has a pH between 7.5 and 9, our filter has reached as high as 10. Enthusiasts of consuming alkaline food and beverages advocate for added minerals.

According to the Mayo Clinic, “Alkaline water has a higher pH level than that of plain tap water. So proponents say that it can neutralize acid in your bloodstream. Some say that alkaline water can help prevent diseases, such as cancer and heart disease.”

How Does An Alkaline System Work?

Water is directed through the post-filter where it dissolves minerals to add flavor and raise pH. Chlorine taste odor and sediment are reduced, and the only thing left behind is pure, great-tasting water and minerals that help improve the taste of filtered water.


Common Contaminants in Michigan

Hover over your city to see common contaminants in your area, and read more about them on the ewg.org website.

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Traverse City
Municiple Water: hardness, chlorine, and phosphates. Well Water: Iron, hardness, sulfur.
X
Northport
Typically iron, sulfur, hardness, nitrates. Anywhere in old mission/leenau have nitrates.
X
Charlevoix
Iron, hardness, hydrogen sulfide, occasional tannins.
X
9-Mile Point
Extreme levels of iron, hardness, and TDS
X
Leland
Areas along lake Michigan where it is extreme levels of hardness and extreme levels of iron. And some hydrogen sulfide. High levels of TDS which is important for drinkability.
X
Elk Rapids
Iron, hardness, hydrogen sulfide, occasional tannins.
X
Glen Arbor
A lot of iron and sulfur, typically a lot of them have tannins and hardness.
X
Empire
Typically iron and hardness.
X
Frankfort
City Water: Very high hardness. Well water: Iron, sulfur, hardness typically.
X
Benzonia
Iron, sulfur, hardness typically.
X
Kalkaska
Iron, sulfur, hardness, occasional tannins.
X
Harbor Springs
Iron and hardness.
X
Petoskey
Municiple water: Iron, chlorine, hardness. Well water: Iron, sulfur, hardness.
X
Suttons Bay
Suttons Bay Iron and hardness, nitrates.
X
Interlochen
Always sulfur, iron, tannins, hardness. They have really consistent bad water.
X
Kewadin
Iron, sulfur, and occasional methane gas
X
Ellsworth
Iron, sulfur, hardness, and occasional methane gas
X
Eastport
Iron, sulfur, and tannins
X
Gaylord
Iron, sulfur, occasional tannins.
X
Cadillac
Iron, and sulfur. Occasional tannins.
X
Oneckima
Iron, hardness, tannins, sulfur
X
Ann Arbor
City water: Chlorine, high pH, PFAS, PFOA Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Saline
City water: Chlorine, sediment Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Tecumseh
City water: Chlorine Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Milan
City water: Chlorine, sediment Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Ypsilanti
City water: hardness, chlorine Well water: rust, iron, hardness
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Grosse Pointe
City: hardness, chlorine
X
Dexter
City: high chlorine, hardness Well: hardness, iron, rust, & arsenic
X
Novi
City: hardness, chlorine
X
Howell
City: Haloacetic acids, Radium, Trihalomethanes
X
Pinckney
Well: tannins, rust, hardness
X
Brighton
Well: lots of iron
X
Detroit
City: hardness, chlorine
X
Manchester
City: high hardness, chlorine Well: hardness, rust, iron
X
Waterford
City: Well: iron and hardness
X
Lansing
City: Chloroform, chromium, radium, haloacetic acids, fluoride, dioxane
X
Grand Rapids
City: PFOS, PFOA, nitrate, chloroform, haloacetic acids, chromium
X
Jackson
City: Arsenic, bromodichloromethane, bromoform, chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, radium,strontium
X
Kalamazoo
City: Arsenic, chloroform, bromodichloromethane, PFOS, PFOA, nitrate, haloacetic acids, barium
X
Canton
City: Chromium, haloacetic acids, radium, fluoride, barium, strontium
X
Sterling Heights
City: Chloroform, chromium, dichloroacetic acid, haloacetic acids, nitrate, radium, chloroform, fluoride, testosterone
X
Warren
City: Chromium, haloacetic acids, nitrate, barium, fluoride, strontium
X
Clinton Township
City: Bromodichloromethane, chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, nitrate, radium, fluoride, barium
X
Saginaw
City: Bromochloroacetic acid, chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, trihalomethanes, barium, fluoride
X
Grosse Pointe Woods
City: Chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, nitrate, bromochloroacetic acid, fluoride
X
Holland
City: Chloroform, chromium, PFOS, PFOA, bromodichloromethane, haloacetic acids, fluoride, chromium, strontium, chlorate
X
Flint
City: Chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, radium, aluminum, fluoride, selenium, molybdenum
X
Midland
City: Haloacetic acids, chromium, chloroform, bromohcloroacetic acid, fluoride, strontium, manganese
X
Muskegon
City: Chloroform, PFOS, PFOA, haloacetic acids, barium, chlorate, fluoride, nitrate, strontium
X
Wyoming
City: PFOS, PFOA, chloroform, haloacetic acids, chlorate, manganese, fluoride, barium, chromium
X
Shelby Township
City: Chromium, radium, haloacetic acids, nitrate, fluoride, strontium
X
Pontiac
City: Chloroform, chromium, radium, haloacetic acids, bromochloroacetic acid, fluoride, barium
X
Battle Creek
City: Bromochloroacetic acid, chloroform, radium, haloacetic acids, fluoride, strontium
X
Port Huron
City: Chromium, haloacetic acids, radium, chlorate, fluoride, nitrate
X
Bay City
City: Bromoform, chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, fluoride, nitrate
X
Alpena
City: Chromium, haloacetic acids, manganese, strontium
X
Big Rapids
City: Chloroform, haloacetic acids, radium, fluoride, chlorate, bromodichloromethane
X
Traverse City
Municiple Water: hardness, chlorine, and phosphates. Well Water: Iron, hardness, sulfur.
X
Northport
Typically iron, sulfur, hardness, nitrates. Anywhere in old mission/leenau have nitrates.
X
Charlevoix
Iron, hardness, hydrogen sulfide, occasional tannins.
X
9-Mile Point
Extreme levels of iron, hardness, and TDS
X
Leland
Areas along lake Michigan where it is extreme levels of hardness and extreme levels of iron. And some hydrogen sulfide. High levels of TDS which is important for drinkability.
X
Elk Rapids
Iron, hardness, hydrogen sulfide, occasional tannins.
X
Glen Arbor
A lot of iron and sulfur, typically a lot of them have tannins and hardness.
X
Empire
Typically iron and hardness.
X
Frankfort
City Water: Very high hardness. Well water: Iron, sulfur, hardness typically.
X
Benzonia
Iron, sulfur, hardness typically.
X
Kalkaska
Iron, sulfur, hardness, occasional tannins.
X
Harbor Springs
Iron and hardness.
X
Petoskey
Municiple water: Iron, chlorine, hardness. Well water: Iron, sulfur, hardness.
X
Suttons Bay
Suttons Bay Iron and hardness, nitrates.
X
Interlochen
Always sulfur, iron, tannins, hardness. They have really consistent bad water.
X
Kewadin
Iron, sulfur, and occasional methane gas
X
Ellsworth
Iron, sulfur, hardness, and occasional methane gas
X
Eastport
Iron, sulfur, and tannins
X
Gaylord
Iron, sulfur, occasional tannins.
X
Cadillac
Iron, and sulfur. Occasional tannins.
X
Oneckima
Iron, hardness, tannins, sulfur
X
Ann Arbor
City water: Chlorine, high pH, PFAS, PFOA Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Saline
City water: Chlorine, sediment Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Tecumseh
City water: Chlorine Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Milan
City water: Chlorine, sediment Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Ypsilanti
City water: hardness, chlorine Well water: rust, iron, hardness
X
Grosse Pointe
City: hardness, chlorine
X
Dexter
City: high chlorine, hardness Well: hardness, iron, rust, & arsenic
X
Novi
City: hardness, chlorine
X
Howell
City: Haloacetic acids, Radium, Trihalomethanes
X
Pinckney
Well: tannins, rust, hardness
X
Brighton
Well: lots of iron
X
Detroit
City: hardness, chlorine
X
Manchester
City: high hardness, chlorine Well: hardness, rust, iron
X
Waterford
City: Well: iron and hardness
X
Lansing
City: Chloroform, chromium, radium, haloacetic acids, fluoride, dioxane
X
Grand Rapids
City: PFOS, PFOA, nitrate, chloroform, haloacetic acids, chromium
X
Jackson
City: Arsenic, bromodichloromethane, bromoform, chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, radium,strontium
X
Kalamazoo
City: Arsenic, chloroform, bromodichloromethane, PFOS, PFOA, nitrate, haloacetic acids, barium
X
Canton
City: Chromium, haloacetic acids, radium, fluoride, barium, strontium
X
Sterling Heights
City: Chloroform, chromium, dichloroacetic acid, haloacetic acids, nitrate, radium, chloroform, fluoride, testosterone
X
Warren
City: Chromium, haloacetic acids, nitrate, barium, fluoride, strontium
X
Clinton Township
City: Bromodichloromethane, chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, nitrate, radium, fluoride, barium
X
Saginaw
City: Bromochloroacetic acid, chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, trihalomethanes, barium, fluoride
X
Grosse Pointe Woods
City: Chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, nitrate, bromochloroacetic acid, fluoride
X
Holland
City: Chloroform, chromium, PFOS, PFOA, bromodichloromethane, haloacetic acids, fluoride, chromium, strontium, chlorate
X
Flint
City: Chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, radium, aluminum, fluoride, selenium, molybdenum
X
Midland
City: Haloacetic acids, chromium, chloroform, bromohcloroacetic acid, fluoride, strontium, manganese
X
Muskegon
City: Chloroform, PFOS, PFOA, haloacetic acids, barium, chlorate, fluoride, nitrate, strontium
X
Wyoming
City: PFOS, PFOA, chloroform, haloacetic acids, chlorate, manganese, fluoride, barium, chromium
X
Shelby Township
City: Chromium, radium, haloacetic acids, nitrate, fluoride, strontium
X
Pontiac
City: Chloroform, chromium, radium, haloacetic acids, bromochloroacetic acid, fluoride, barium
X
Battle Creek
City: Bromochloroacetic acid, chloroform, radium, haloacetic acids, fluoride, strontium
X
Port Huron
City: Chromium, haloacetic acids, radium, chlorate, fluoride, nitrate
X
Bay City
City: Bromoform, chloroform, chromium, haloacetic acids, fluoride, nitrate
X
Alpena
City: Chromium, haloacetic acids, manganese, strontium
X
Big Rapids
City: Chloroform, haloacetic acids, radium, fluoride, chlorate, bromodichloromethane