Reverse osmosis is a technology that is used to remove contaminants including nitrates, pesticides, sulfates, fluoride, bacteria, pharmaceuticals and arsenic from water by pushing the pressurized water through a semipermeable membrane. How does reverse osmosis work? The impurities are filtered out after water pressure pushes water through the RO membrane. What is left, is delicious, clean-tasting drinking water.
FIVE-MICRON PP FILTER effectively removes larger particles, like rust and sand, as well as other solid impurities from the water. PELLET CARBON FILTER absorbs chlorine, organic matter, odors, discoloration and other substances. ONE-MICRON PP FILTER removes particles of a smaller size, such as suspended solids and colloids. THE REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE filters bacteria, pathogens, heavy metals such as lead, cadmium and mercury, pesticide residue and nitrate compounds. COCONUT POST-FILTER improves odor and adjusts taste.
NEO-SENSE FILTER - This neo-sense filter works to reduce aesthetic chlorine, odor, volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) MEMBRANE FILTER (RO) - Reverse Osmosis (RO) membrane filter has the function to reduce water contaminants such as pentavalent arsenic, barium, cadmium, selenium, radium 226/228, trivalent chromium, hexavalent chromium, lead, copper. INNO-SENSE FILTER - The function of the Inno-sense filter is to adjust odors and improve water taste. It also helps to further reduce aesthetic chlorine, volatile organic compounds (VOC’s). HYGIENIC FILTER - The Hygienic filter contains silver, which is known to inhibit the propagation of microorganisms and to maintain the integrity of the filter.