Treatment Methods

This process is carried out by an electric discharge field as in the CD-type ozone generators (corona discharge simulation of the lightning), or by ultraviolet radiation as in UV-type ozone generators (simulation of the ultraviolet rays from the sun). Ozone is a gas that acts as a powerful oxidant and disinfectant. When injected as tiny bubbles in water, ozone precipitates materials such as iron, sulfur and manganese, while destroying bacteria at the same time. When the water is aerated and filtered, these harmful elements are removed from your water, leaving safe, clean water for your home.

Magnetic water treatment (also known as anti-scale magnetic treatment or AMT) is a controversial method of supposedly reducing the effects of hard water by passing it through a magnetic field, as a non-chemical help to water softening.

Sediment filters remove suspended matter such as sand, silt, loose scale, clay, or organic material from the water. Untreated water passes through a filter medium, which traps suspended matter on the surface or within the filter.

The presence of calcium and/or magnesium in water results in water being considered “hard.” Calcium andm agnesium ions in water react with heat, metallica plumbing, and chemical agents, such as detergents to decrease the effectiveness of nearly any cleaning task. Hard water can be softened using an ion exchange softening process.

Carbon filtering is a method of filtering that uses a bed of activated carbon to remove contaminants and impurities, using chemical absorption. Each particle/granule of carbon provides a large surface area/pore structure, allowing contaminants the maximum possible exposure to the active sites within the filter media.

Ultraviolet light (UV) is very effective at inactivating cysts, in low turbidity water. UV light’s disinfection effectiveness decreases as turbidity increases, a result of the absorption, scattering, and shadowing caused by the suspended solids.

This method incorporate a process that uses reverse pressure to force water through a semi-permeable membrane. Most reverse osmosis systems incorporate one or more additional filters on either side of the membrane.

When water passes through the 4-staged filters which includes different types of ceramic balls, it breaks up the clusters of water molecules into smaller clusters. It also adds antioxidants & calcium to water.
Alkaline water has a naturally high pH level ranging anywhere from 8 to 9.5. The average diet of most people consists of food that are highly acidic with range between 3.3 to 5. By consuming alkaline water in place of tap water, you can help your body find the natural balance that it seeks.