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How pure is your water?

The quality of the water we drink is of paramount importance to our health. In many countries, the general supply of potable water, even aftertreatment, contains a far higher level of contaminants than international health regulations permit. Even in areas where the source or ground water is deemed to be Mpur& contains naturally dissolving minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material. As it passes over land or through the ground, water can also pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or human activity.

In grave fact, therefore, many conventional water treatment technologies cannot successfully rid water of its unwelcome hitchhikers. For instance, in 1993, despite the use of ordinary water filtration technique, more than a third of a million men, women and children in Wisconsin, USA were infected by the bacterium Ctyptosporidium.

Even chlorination cannot put a dent in that pathogen, both literally and figuratively, due to its hard shell. Similarly, most water treatment technologies are also very limited in their scope of effectiveness. UV light destroys biological contaminants, but absolutely ignores minerals. Carbon filters reduce petroleum-based contaminants like benzene but pass over germs. Therefore, what is the solution to this predicament? The perfect answer is REVERSE OSMOSIS.

What is reverse osmosis?

Reverse osmosis is a water purification process that use semi-permeable membranes to filter dissolved salts, particulates and inorganic molecules. R O not only produces pure, clean, crystal clear, better tasting water but alsoeliminates hardness that damages equipment and causes spots on tableware.

R O deals with all contaminants quickly and decisively, be they biological or non-biological poisons.
Water cleansed using this process can achieve an astounding purity level of 95%. By far, reverse osmosis is the most efficient option for meeting the full range of water treatment needs in food service applications.

Why reverse osmosis?

By using reverse osmosis technology, wide range of substances, including arsenic, asbestos, herbicides, pesticides, lead, mercury, nitrate, radium and bacteria, commonly found in many kinds of water, are easily and cost effectively removed. Reversed osmosis can also treat a wide variety of aesthetic contaminants that caused unpleasant taste, colour and odour, such as salty or soda taste caused by chlorides or sulphates. The highly dangerous pathogen, cryptospondium, which can lead to serious illness and sometimes death, is also treatable with reverse osmosis system.

Reverse osmosis water has been confirmed as the purest drinking water by NASA and meets the World Health Organisation specification standards. Its excellent solubility properties facilitate improved metabolism in the human body. This increases immunity to infection and helps in the expulsion of harmful toxins and viruses. In the long term, drinking reverse osmosis water may contribute towards improved health.

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