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Hello,

please describe how to understand the three following words : "point-of-use"?

e.g. Since 1979, RO has been used near point-of-use (POU) as a final filtration at their most critical.......

thank you very much,

regards,
Jacek
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Anonymous I don't believe that this phrase actually exists or has actual meaning. What is your opinion?
It is in obvious use in the excerpt above your post.
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Hi Jecek,

Just so it’s clear for everyone, RO is short of “reverse osmosis” which is a process used to purify the water.

Now your question, I would revise it like this:

Since 1979, RO has been used [as the final] point-of-use (POU) filtration ….......
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How are you? What I am actually looking for is the meaning of the phrase "Through Point of Use". I don't believe that this phrase actually exists or has actual meaning. What is your opinion? Can you refer me to resources.
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