Purified Water Process
Activated Carbon Filtration is used to remove chlorine, chloramines, dissolved organic material, and odors from water.
By removing these elements from the water the overall taste is improved.
The Ion Exchange Water Softener is used to remove ions which cause hardness.
These ions include calcium and magnesium. Hardness has an adverse effect on reverse osmosis membranes.
The Cartridge Filter housing is located at the point of the Reverse Osmosis process and is used to reduce suspended solid particles down to five microns.
The Reverse Osmosis water system is used to remove up to 99% of all dissolved solids.
The Reverse Osmosis system will also remove bacteria, organics, and endotoxins that might be in the feedwater supply.
The UV Sterilizer utilizes ultraviolet light with a 254 nanometer wavelength to disinfect water.
The UV light breaks down the DNA of bacteria so that it cannot reproduce.
A UV sterilizer can effectively remove 99.9% of bacteria from the feedwater supply.