Home Master TMHP HydroPerfection Review

Home Master TMHP HydroPerfection ReviewThe Home Master TMHP HydroPerfection reverse osmosis water filter system is an innovative and high capacity filtration system that will consistently deliver great tasting water that is free of many harmful contaminants. Although this system is one of the more expensive options to consider, it is also one of the most efficient and effective RO systems.

Features

This RO filtration system by Home Master has a lot to offer. It features an undersink design and utilizes a permeate pump that allows it to minimize water waste by 80% and increase its water filtration capacity by up to 50% when compared to standard systems. The systems housing virtually eliminates the possibility of leaks and its nine stages of filtration delivers pure water without sacrificing taste.

The most beneficial feature offered by this model is its UV light water sterilization and remineralization process. With nine stages, this system has a lot more to offer than the standard five stage system and is able to purify well water and low quality city water.

With this system you will also get a fast flow rate kit that will almost double the flow rate in your home, where your system is installed. The permeate pump also rids your water supply of TDS, for even higher quality water compared to standard systems. This is a perfect RO system for larger households looking for an effective system that’s easy to use and maintain.

Filtration Process

The Home Master TMHP Hydroperfection filtration system is one of the most effective systems available. With nine stages of filtration, this system will work for even some of the lowest quality water. If you want purified water with a clean and crisp taste, this is one of the best systems. With the following process, this system will remove up to 1,000 contaminants and 60 types of bacteria, germs, microorganisms, and viruses

Prefiltration and Filtration

The prefiltration stages feature a sediment filter, an iron filter, and a Catalytic Carbon filter. The first will remove contaminants like catalytic carbon, iron, and sediment from your water supply, so they won’t clog up your system’s RO membrane. The last two will rid your water supply of up to 98% of the Chloramines, Chlorine, herbicides, and pesticides. More importantly, if you have well water, this system features an iron prefilter that will get rid of any dissolved iron that would ruin the RO membrane of the system.

Reverse Osmosis: Purification

Once your water goes through the system’s prefiltration process, it will then need to pass through its reverse membrane. Here your water will be purified of up to 98% of the chemicals, dissolved solids, hydrogen sulfide, and pharmaceuticals—just to name a few.

UV sterilization
The UV sterilization process utilized by this system is what gives it an advantage when compared to other standard RO systems. If you have well water, you will want to strongly consider getting a system capable of UV sterilization. UV sterilization is best of the four EPA approved methods of water sterilization because it requires no additional chemicals to do so and doesn’t have a sterilization period.

Remineralization

During the filtration and sterilization processes your water will be stripped of everything, even the beneficial minerals. This results in acidic water that may not go down as smoothly as you like and that can harm your system’s storage tank over time. To counteract this result and provide you with great tasting water as well as prolong the life of your tank, this system features a remineralization stage.

Throughout this stage, this RO system will alkalinize your water by balancing the pH levels. This is done through the use of the brand’s Full Contact remineralization process where your water will be replenished with Calcium and Magnesium at two different points throughout the filtration process. The first will be while the water makes its way to the system’s storage tank an the second as the water makes its way to your faucet.

Materials, Installation, and Maintenance

Although this system is one of the pricier options you will have, it is worth every penny. Your purchase will come with everything you need, and each piece of the system is built to adhere to NSG safety and quality standards. The system also features a modular filter system, meaning the filters are built into their housing, so when you replace your filters you won’t have to worry about any sediment or contaminants getting left behind.

In terms of maintenance, you will find this system is really easy to upkeep and maintain. This reverse osmosis system can handle up to 2,000 gallons of water, so you can replace your filters at the 2,000 gallon mark or once a year—whichever comes first. Thanks to the modular filter design, the filters themselves are also really easy to change

Pros and Cons

Pros

• Also offers UV sterilization and Remineralization for your water supply
• Compatible with well water and city water
• Easy to replace filters
• Comes with a 5-year warranty

Cons

• One of the pricier systems
• Bulky, so it takes up a lot of undersink space

Summary

All in all, the Home Master TMHP HydroPerfection reverse osmosis water filtration system is one of the more expensive selection on the market. However, despite its price, you will find that it is an excellent investment since it is one of the most effective and efficient. It offers nine stages of filtration, including UV sterilization and remineralization, which makes it a great system for both well water and city water households.

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