Stage 1 – (SED) Sediment Filter
The water passes through a high capacity polypropylene sediment filter. It’s a Sediment filter that removes all the larger particles up to 5 microns, including rust, dust and sediment.
Stage 2 – (GAC) Granular Coconut Carbon Filter
For the second stage is a granular 100% Coconut carbon filter. It also eliminates contaminants up to 5 microns. This is a pre-filter for the next stage. During the second stage the water gets rid of the unpleasant chlorine, foul taste and odor, colors and cloudiness.
Stage 3 – (ACB) Activated Carbon Block Filter
At 3rd Stages, Water goes through a Activated carbon block filter. It’s further removes any residual chlorine, taste and odor. At this stage the filter also removes the difficult-to-remove chemicals, including chloramines.
Stage 4 – (ROM) Reverse Osmosis Membrane
water is pressed through the heart of the Pentapure Reverse Osmosis System – the high rejection TFC membrane with the micron rating of .0001 micron. This is the same technology that is used by companies in the production of bottled water. This NSF certified semi-permeable membrane effectively removes TDS (total dissolved solids), Virus , Bacteria , Lead, Arsenic, sodium, cysts, Giardia, chromium, and a long list of other 99 contaminants.
Stage 5 – (PAC) Post Activated Carbon/T33
The final stage utilizes a finer PAC Coconut Carbon filter, which acts as a final polishing inline filter. As the water leaves the storage tank, this filter removes any left residual tastes and odors and makes the taste of water fresh.
Stage 6 – ReMineralisation Filter
This filter improves the qualities of clean water by adding necessary Minerals for proper human development and health minerals, such as Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium and others readily found in many natural mineral waters.
Stage 7 – Alkaline Ph Filter
The Alkaline filter changes the acidic RO water into a perfect Natural Alkali Calcium Ionized Water. The Alkaline filter simply gives back minerals such as ionized calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium ion, which were reduced while purifying the water.