Home Master TMHP HydroPerfection Undersink RO System Review – Looking for a High-End Solution?
Water is an essential part of life. No one can live without it on a daily basis and live a balanced, healthy life. However, water travels a long way before it goes through your tap at home and ends up in your glass. Who knows what it has picked up along the way? Our everyday drinking water is filled with all kinds of metals, contaminants, and particles we shouldn’t be ingesting.
This is why so many people turn to reverse osmosis systems for pure, crystal clear, and better-tasting water. When it comes to our health, no price is too high. The Home Master TMHP HydroPerfection Undersink Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System is a high-end model. In life, you often get what you pay for and if a high-end option is what you’re looking for, this may be it.
In this review, we will look at the HydroPerfection Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System to see if it justifies its high price and if it is the right system for you.
75 gallons per day
This system can produce up to 75 gallons of purified water a day. That is a huge amount of water relative to most RO systems.
9-stage filtration system
This system reportedly has 9 stages of filtration. That is a pretty big jump from the standard 3 stage RO process.
Long lasting filters
TMHP specifies that their filters only have to be changed once per year. Some RO systems require filters to be replaced every 6 months.
This is an unusual addition. The UV filter is supposed to remove even more microorganisms on top of the usual RO process.
Non-electric permeate pump
This pumps is what drives water waste down by up to 80% and increase production by 50%.
To protect your system and improve its lifespan it has a very thorough iron filtering process to remove all metals beforehand.
Perfect Water Technologies’ Fast Flow RO! Kit
This water flow kit is supposed to drastically improve the water flow to your faucet.
Pros and Cons
With a 1:1 ratio this system is very efficient when it comes to water usage. Some systems are waste more than 4:1 of their water.
This system addresses the concern of drinking demineralized water by remineralizing the water with magnesium and calcium during the process.
Simple installation and maintenance for such a high-end product.
Long life filters lessen the rate of service or filter replacements.
A very expensive option. It’s more than double the price of most of the other reverse osmosis filtration systems we have reviewed.
Some people report noise when operating.
Home Master THMP Hydroperfection Undersink – How Does It Work?
Strap in, this is quite a process. Home Master claims that this model has 9 stages of water filtration which is pretty incredible.
It would be too much to try and tackle all 9 stages in this review but we will run through the most important and unique phases.
The 4-Stage System
The special iron pre-filter goes above and beyond to clear the water of any iron, chloramines, hydrogen, chlorine, total dissolved solids, and other metals and contaminants. This stage is said to remove up to 98% of all these unwanted elements.
Just like any reverse osmosis system worth its salt, the HydroPerfection also has a carbon pre-filter. It makes use of a catalytic carbon filter to reduce chloramine.
#2UV Light Filter
If you think this type of filter goes without any merit, don’t worry. This UV light filter is approved by the EPA as one of four water sterilization methods. It is extremely effective at neutralizing bacteria, viruses, germs, and other contaminants. It treats water instantaneously and doesn’t affect its constitution at all. Its efficacy is supposed to be up to 99.9%.
A little-known fact is that demineralized, and therefore acidic, water also slowly degrades your storage tank. The HydroPerfection makes use of the “Full Contact” remineralization to replenish some good minerals and make the water more alkaline once again.
So, What’s Our Impression?
We aren’t gonna lie. Paying this much for a reverse osmosis system leaves a lump in your throat at first. However, in this instance, we can’t help but feel it’s worth it. Sure, it will cost you a couple hundred dollars more up front. But, you will have less frequent services and water replacements, a long-lasting machine, and some of the purest and best tasting water you can find.
Although we haven’t experienced it ourselves, some users report the machine making quite a lot of noise when operating. This isn’t a game changer but can be slightly annoying.