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Introducing, the All-New, eflow Tankless Reverse Osmosis System from EcoWater!

Reduce contaminants up to 99.9%, enjoy a continuous flow of delicious water, and save space with its sleek design.

Introducing, the All-New, eflow Tankless Reverse Osmosis System from EcoWater!

Reduce contaminants up to 99.9%, enjoy a continuous flow of delicious water, and save space with its sleek design.

The Future of Water is Here, Are You Ready?

Never Run Out of RO Water

Get ready to wave goodbye to the old wait-for-the-tank-to-fill routine! With the EcoWater EFlow Tankless Reverse Osmosis Systems, you’re in for an endless cascade of crystal-clear, delicious water right at your fingertips!

Save Space & Reduce Bottled Water Dependency

Reclaim your precious storage and countertop territory with the game-changing eflow design. Say hello to sleekness and goodbye to clutter – all while sipping on the purest water!

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Easiest. Filter Change. Ever.

Get ready to snap your fingers for the easiest filter change ever! With eflow’s hassle-free maintenance, you’re just a quick swap away from keeping the water flow pure and pristine. Our super-simple filter replacement routine guarantees your system keeps gushing out nothing but the highest quality H2O.

Enjoy all the benefits of a traditional RO in one, compact unit.

Ditch the Tank and the Contaminants

Lead, Arsenic, & Nitrates

According to the New York Times: “The Environmental Protection Agency says streams tapped by water utilities serving a third of the population are not yet covered by clean-water laws that limit levels of toxic pollutants.”
Furthermore, lead, arsenic, and nitrates are rarely treated by municipalities and are picked up in the water during its journey to your home’s tap. Lead can easily be reduced by a Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System from Moore Water & Air of KC.

PFAS, PFOS, PFOA

Some parts of Western Missouri have been impacted by the “forever chemical” PFAS. While normal chlorine filters will not reduce this contaminant, a Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System from Moore Water & Air of KC can reduce this contaminant significantly – in many cases to a level that is safe to drink.

Chlorine

What it is – Chlorine is a chemical used by municipal & local water treatment plants to reduce harmful bacteria in the water supply. While this sounds good, chlorine and chloramines can cause a bacteria of their own to grow called trihalomethanes (TTHM) which is quite unsafe to drink or bathe in.

Treatment – The most efficient Chlorine reduction filter is Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) or Catalytic Carbon. Due to the high level of chlorine added to water by cities, you will really appreciate your water with chlorine reduction. 

Dirt & Sediment

What it is – dirt & sediment is just as it sounds. This is typically most common in well water or surface water that hasn’t gone through a treatment facility.

Treatment – Dirt and sediment are found in almost all water supplies and will decrease the efficiency and lifespan of your appliances. For example, sediment in a water heater can prevent the heat from transferring to the water in the tank once sediment has built up in the bottom. 

Other Contaminants

What they are – common contaminants in our area can include tannins, pharmaceuticals, and more. 

Treatment – Protecting the water in your home is important and ensuring the purity of the water you are putting in your body is even more crucial. Our Reverse Osmosis drinking water system will give you peace of mind that your drinking water is healthy.

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I had Chad and MJ come out to replace my unit. They were great and super speedy and super respectable. At the end of the job they cleaned it all up. Couldn’t even tell they were there.
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Got Questions? Here are Some Answers:

How Do Tankless Reverse Osmosis Systems Work?

Tankless RO systems use a pump to force water through a prefilter and a semipermeable membrane. This process effectively reduces the amount of chlorine, sediment, and other contaminants from tap water. As water passes through the membrane, dissolved solids are prevented from passing through, ensuring that the water is purified before it reaches your tap​.

What Are the Advantages of a Tankless RO System?

Tankless RO systems are streamlined and smaller than the traditional clunky old storage tanks ROs. Imagine a sleek, space-saving device that reduces bacteria, ensuring no creepy crawlies in your water. Plus, these smart systems create fresh water on demand – no more waiting, no more waste! It’s like having your own personal water genie, granting you pure water wishes while saving your wallet and the planet one drop at a time! Welcome to the efficient, eco-friendly future of hydration!

What Type of Maintenance Is Required?

Tankless RO systems blend ease of maintenance with eco-conscious design. They simplify upkeep with less frequent filter replacements compared to traditional systems. While eco-efficiency varies across models, the latest versions are engineered for superior water economy, making them a smarter choice for both functionality and environmental sustainability.

Will This RO Remove all the "Good Minerals" from My Water?

A common concern with RO systems, including tankless models, is that they remove essential minerals from the water. Moore Water & Air of KC, therefore, offers an optional remineralization stage to add back healthy minerals and adjust the water’s pH​.

Where Should I Install an RO System?

Our Tankless RO system is quite compact and can be installed under the kitchen sink. Most people choose to have them installed under a kitchen sink that has available space and proximity to a power supply.