How Does It Works
Stage One :
Sedment Filter Micron high--capacity Polypropylene sediment filter removes dust, particles, and rust.
Stage Two :
Antiscalant comprise a family of products. That effectively control scale in reverse osmosis (RO) systems. These Two Stages In one 10" Filter Sediment Antiscalant )
Stage Three :
Inline carbon filter gets rid of unpleasant chlorine, tastes and odors, cloudiness and colors.
Stage Four :
Inline sediment filter Water flows through another micron filtration for further reduction of undesirable particles. The result is a great reduction or elimination of wide variety of contaminants.
Stage Five :
High Rejection TFC reverse osmosis membrane 0.0001 micron heart of the RO System, produces drinking water.
Stage Six :
Re-mineralization Filter improves the qualities of clean water by adding necessary for proper human development and health minerals.
Stage Seven :
Alkaline Balls produces PH-balanced alkaline water. Gives back healthy minerals for your body.
Stage Eight :
Antioxidant Improves the reducing power of water by removing harmful active oxgen.
Stage Nine :
Carbon filter total polishing Inline Carbon filter removes any possible residual tastes and odors. These Four Stages In One Filter
Micron filters remove dirt, debris, and even microscopic particles from water. The pore size
of a filter cartridge is measured in microns. The smaller the micron rating, the finer the
Sediment filters are designed to remove suspended solids, which are also known as sediment, turbidity, or particulate. A sediment filter essentially functions like a net that catches unwanted dirt particles as your water flows through the system. The filter has a bed of natural media (sand, anthracite, etc).
The Pre-Carbon Filter removes bacteria, sediment and other bigger particles. The Pre- Carbon Filter removes bacteria, sediment and other bigger particles. The activated carbon gets rid of the possible chloride taste and smell.
The post-carbon filter function is a filter that's used to make your drinking water is as clean as possible. Both of them use activated carbon granules to cleanse the water. They remove chlorine, volatile organic compounds (VOC), and remove funny tastes and odors from the water.
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a special type of filtration that uses a semi-permeable, thin membrane with pores small enough to pass pure water through while rejecting larger molecules such as dissolved salts (ions) and other impurities such as bacteria.
Ultraviolet (UV) rays penetrate harmful pathogens in your home's water and destroy illness- causing microorganisms by attacking their genetic core (DNA). UV water purification is usually used with other forms of filtration such as reverse osmosis systems or carbon block filters.
Ultrafiltration (UF) is a type of membrane filtration in which hydrostatic pressure forces a liquid against a semipermeable membrane. Suspended solids and solutes of high molecular weight are retained, while water and low molecular weight solutes pass through the membrane.
Reverse Osmosis filtration system works by forcing water through a special fine membrane to eliminate impurities that may not be visible to the naked eye. These membranes remove impurities based on their size and shape. An RO purifier is equipped to filter toxins such as lead, mercury, arsenic, chlorine, and fluoride.