If you’re serious about solving the water problem In your home and providing healthy water for your family……
Call Good Technologies
Provides you with a source of great tasting bottled quality water at your own kitchen sink.
Provides the best protection for well water or city water.
Our high quality Reverse Osmosis systems with our low prices allow everyone the chance to have great tasting drinking water at the convenience of your home. Stop buying bottled water, help the environment and save hundreds of dollars a year.
Our high quality RO systems will ensure that your families drinking water is safe, and you never have to worry about going out to buy water again!
One of the most important actions you can take for your health and that of your family is to drink purified water...
Good Technologies RO drinking water filtration systems are capable of removing 90%-
50 GPD (gallon per day) Membrane
4 gallon metal tank. This tank can be upgraded if you have a large demand for water.
Since the RO process removes minerals as well as contaminants, our system is designed to maintain a healthy pH balance by adding minerals back to the water before you drink it. Providing delicious healthy water.
UV is ultraviolet light, used in water treatment to disinfect water. The UV rays
interfere with micro-
Booster Pump: Required for homes with less than 40psi water pressure, recommended for homes with less than 50psi. Increases incoming pressure to the RO system, improving efficiency
• Smooth operating ceramic disk element
• Lever style handle
• Standard finish is highly polished chrome; other designer finishes available
• High reach neck design of 12˝ (305 mm); optional shorter neck also available
• Neck swivels easily, 360°
No more costly bottled water, lugging heavy water bottles, running out of water.
Get unlimited ultra fresh, delicious drinking water right at home for drinking, cooking,
ice & coffee making, baby-
The average gallon of water is $0.35/gal; the average gallon of RO water is $0.02/gal. If you use 3 gallons per day, than that’s 1,095 gallons per year. You’ll save at least $361.35 per year!