Dallas Aquarium Experts recommends SpectraPure Reverse Osmosis Systems
Dallas Aquarium Experts recommends using American Made SpectraPure Reverse Osmosis Systems. We are proud to be selling them on the Dallas Aquarium Experts Online Aquarium Store. We have been using SpectraPure Reverse Osmosis-De-Ionization systems (RODI) since 2010 to filter the water we use to make the saltwater we use in our Coral Aqua Culture Systems, Quarantine Systems used for conditioning fish prior to sale, and most importantly we use these RODI systems to filter the water used in the production of the saltwater we use for water changes in our saltwater aquarium maintenance service.
SpectraPure, Inc.offers the most advanced technology for all of your aquarium water purification needs and have been providing the highest quality Reverse Osmosis-De-Ionization systems for over 30 years, and back their products with a 3 Year Warranty on all of their systems! As a matter of fact, SpectraPure was the first company to introduce RODI to the aquarium industry! When you outfit your aquarium with SpectraPure, Inc. water purification systems and products, you can rest assured that you are getting the very best.
SpectraPure proudly offers the finest water purification equipment available. Systems are produced in a dedicated manufacturing facility using only the highest quality components. At SpectraPure, they understand the complex factors that affect Reverse Osmosis and Deionization System performance and reliability. Years of research and experience are reflected in the engineering of SpectraPure Water Purification Systems. Thousands of satisfied customers include marine research centers, universities, public aquariums and government agencies.
RO-DI stands for Reverse Osmosis-De-Ionization system. It’s a multi-stage process that purifies tap water by removing harmful traces of metals that are present in your tap water. By forcing the tap water through a series of micro-filters to end up with pure tap water that’s safer to use in an aquarium. Most city municipal water departments treat the water with chlorine and/or add chloramine compounds to destroy the bacteria that may be present in the raw water. The problem here is that phosphates, nitrates, and silicates are elements that naturally occur in water, and it is not unusual for tap water sources to contain high concentrations of these chemical elements. These contaminants have to be removed before you can use the water in your saltwater aquariums and reef tanks because they are detrimental to the health of corals, invertebrates, and fish. Phosphates, nitrates, and silicates promote nuisance algae growth also.