Introducing the One and Only 100% Made in USA Reverse Osmosis System

Introducing the One and Only 100% Made in USA Reverse Osmosis  System
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By Mark Timmons
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Introducing the One and Only 100% Made in USA Reverse Osmosis System

Some manufacturers of reverse osmosis systems try and make you believe that their systems are made in the USA, when in fact, they are not. If you go to Amazon.com or just about any other website that sells RO systems, you will see things like: “Assembled in the USA” and the American Flag on the systems, but they are not made in America. Many companies try and trick you into saying that they are. Look at the label on the tank, and it will say Made in China or Made in Taiwan.

The fact is that many components that are Made in China are shipped to Taiwan and rebranded as “Made in Taiwan” when in fact, they were actually made in China. There is a book called “Poorly Made in China” which describes the practice of quality fade—the deliberate and secret effort of Chinese manufacturers to widen profit margins through the reduction of quality inputs in their products.

Quality You Can Count On

About six years ago, we set out to make a 100% Made in America Reverse Osmosis System. It was difficult, but we were able to source all of the components. We gave it up after a few months due to supply chain issues, and our pricing wasn’t as competitive as it needed to be. Now, we are doing it again. We now have our supply chain issues fixed, and due to our volume buying power, we are releasing our new All-American Family of Reverse Osmosis Systems.
The system will use all NSF, WQA, and FDA Compliant American Made Components. These systems are manufactured in our Indianapolis, Indiana Plant with 100% American Made Components.

The system will use all NSF, WQA, and FDA Compliant American Made Components. These systems are manufactured in our Indianapolis, Indiana Plant with 100% American Made Components.
· The Filters and Membrane are Made in America
· The Housings are Made in America
· The Faucet is a High-Quality American Made Ceramic Disc faucet
· The Storage Tank is Made in America

Best Warranty in the Industry

OK, I lied, the fittings and tubing are made by John Guest in the UK, but everyone knows that John Guest stands for the highest quality in tubing and fittings. That’s the only thing not made in the USA, but until the US can have a company as good as John Guest, then we will use John Guest.
By the way, our systems have a 5-YEAR WARRANTY on most components:

  • Housings and Bracket – 5-Years
  • Faucet – 5-Years
  • Fittings and Tubing – 5-Years
  • Tank - 5 Years

Did I mention that everything, but the fittings and tubing are Made in America?

April 8, 2020
Comments
Bryan
April 19, 2020 at 1:36 PM
Glad to see this system made in the US of A! I have more of a question than a comment. All of the RO systems that I've looked at have all the components (filters & tank) under the sink. Is there any reason a person couldn't mount the filters, say in their garage, but then leaving the tank under the sink? Seems like it would make filter maintenance a lot easier. I'm interested to hear your thoughts.
Mark Timmons
April 29, 2020 at 1:02 PM
That is exactly how I have mine set up.
Takeshi K.
May 11, 2020 at 10:13 AM
I'm concerned with all the water waste of a traditonal RO under sink system. You may be familiar with Watts Zero Waste RO system(PWRO4ZRO). Do you make anything like that? And if not, why not?
Mark Timmons
May 17, 2020 at 10:16 AM
Our All-American RO wastes about a gallon for every gallon made. https://www.uswatersystems.com/us-water-all-american-5-stage-reverse-osmosis-system.html We have sold and tested the Watts Zero-Waste RO and in our opinion, it is very problematic. It works by putting the waste water back into the hot water lines. Check valves are used and can fail - our experience with it was not good. We sell systems that are reliable and sustainable. In the grand scheme of things, you may use 2-3 gallons a day and waste 2-3 gallons... which is about what you waste in flushing a toilet.