Reverse osmosis offers more than just filtered water

Reverse Osmosis? What's this?!

What do a reverse osmosis system and the human body have in common? Water has mainly a cleansing function in the human organism. Water exerts its effect by providing vital energy and in the elimination deprives the body of pollutants. Tap water has a risk because the water is preloaded during the recording with pollutants, these go directly into our bodies. The result is that water loses its revitalizing and purifying function. If freshwater is to be produced from hot water or seawater, always the process of reverse osmosis is involved.

The filter process of reverse osmosis is particularly efficient because it is based on the human body cell. In reverse osmosis, the tap water is forced through a fine-pored, semi-permeable membrane composed of laser-perforated, ultrafine pores. In this way, only the water molecules are transported through this reverse osmosis membrane.

Pollutants such as Nitrates, lead, copper, iron, uranium, pesticides, heavy metals, lime, chlorine, drug residues, radioactive substances, etc. are filtered out. Reverse osmosis is a unique and more efficient filtration process. Pollutants in the molecular / nanometer range are rendered harmless. The result: the taste and the purity of the water be significantly improved!

The stages of osmosis purification by Aquasafe

In the first stage, the prefilter removes sand, rust, and dirt particles from the water. In the second filter stage, the activated carbon filter cleans the water of gases, metals, and chlorides. In the third stage removes micro sediment filter particles up to a size of 1 micron. Now the actual process of reverse osmosis begins: all particles with a size of about 0.0001 microns are removed from the water. In the last filter stage, the activated post carbon filter cleans the water of taste and odor.

The filtration process of reverse osmosis water treatment

Osmosis is a walking process in which liquid substances pass by a membrane. This membrane is semi-permeable, which means it can only pass certain substances and molecules through. The process of osmosis is set by the different concentrations of bound molecules of two aqueous emulsions in transition. Where the concentration of a bound substance is low, the water passes through the RO membrane, thus ensuring a concentration equalization.

In reverse osmosis, the natural process of osmosis is counteracted by artificially creating a pressure on the side is generated, where the concentration is the lower solute. Through this pressure diffuses the unpurified tap water in water filters, contrary to its actual aspiration through the membrane (filter) on the side where the clear and pure water to collect. On the way through the membrane, the dissolved water contaminants are retained by water filters. If the semi-permeable membrane filter has received the maximum amount of pollutants, the filter must be changed. In order to prevent damage to these fine membranes during the process of molecular filtration through larger particles, a pre-filter can be used. Cleaning the later filtered drinking water from coarse contaminants, protect the downstream filter and improve the outcome in reverse osmosis.

Professional water purification by high-quality water filter systems with the finest molecular technology improves water quality tremendously! With a proper filter system, you get independent and effective more water quality. So your water gets the best drinking water.