A complete reverse osmosis water purification system that fits
under the sink or on the wall. Comprises six stages of filtration
The Nano Energy Reverse Osmosis Super Water Purifier is a complete
system that fits under the sink or on the wall. Unlike our
competitors who offer a five stage water purification system, our
Reverse Osmosis Super Water Purifier comprises six stages of
filtration as follows:
Polypropylene (PP) Filter: made from polypropylene (PP) plastic with a heat spray moulding
and a filter scale of 5 (micron rating), it purifies the source
water for the first time, to remove suspended items such as sand,
stones, iron rust, copper rust and phosphors.
Granular Active Carbon Filter: made from coconut granular active carbon, it provides the second
stage of purification, which is to absorb colouration, odours, as
well as chlorine and its associated residue.
Extruded Active Carbon Stick Filter: made from coconut granular active carbon, with a heat spray
moulding and a filter scale of 5 (micron rating), it provides the
third stage of purification, which is to complete the absorption of
chlorine, organic chemicals, colouration, odours, chlorine and
suspended sludge items. By removing all of these impurities at this
point not only is the taste of the water being improved, but it is
also extending the life of the reverse osmosis membrane.
Reverse Osmosis Filter: made from imported reverse osmosis membrane components, this is
the fourth stage of purification in which bacterial and viral
materials, heavy metal organic impurities are all completely
removed,leaving purified water containing just hydrone and
Negative Potential Filter: made from entirely natural tourmaline (a crystal silicate mineral
compounded with elements such as aluminium, iron,magnesium,sodium,
lithium, or potassium), in this fifth stage of the purification
process the negative filter adopts nano meter technology to charge
the water's negative potential to100mv. As a result the water's PH
value exhibits an alkalescence of ≥7.2 and the hydrogen group is
small (just 6 molecular compositions). This results in better
osmotic qualities and resolvability, resulting in better/faster
Rear Activate Carbon Filter:made from high quality coconut active carbon,this sixth and final
stage of the purification process completely removes the last
traces of unnatural tastes from the water, enhancing its flavour.
Even though reverse osmosis is effective in removing bacteria and
viruses, it is not recommended that your rely upon reverse osmosis
solely if your water is contaminated with bacteria or viruses.
Ultraviolet (UV) purification is also recommended.
Information About Reverse Osmosis Water Purification:
Reverse Osmosis (RO) provides the finest level of water
purification available. Our Reverse Osmosis purification systems
offer total filtration, which typically means that over 98% of
sediments, chlorine, chemicals and all dissolved solids are removed
from the water. As well as this major advantage, Reverse Osmosis is
also very cost effective in the long term, costing as little as
5cents per gallon of pure water once maintenance and water costs
are factored in.
It is the most common treatment technology used by premium bottled
water companies, effective in eliminating, or at the very least
substantially reducing, a very wide range of contaminants, and of
all technologies used to treat drinking water in residential
applications, it has the greatest range of contaminant removal.
Reverse osmosis allows the removal of particles as small as
individual ions. The pores in a reverse osmosis membrane are only
approximately 0.0005 micron in size while, for example, bacteria
are 0.2 to 1 micron and viruses are 0.02 to 0.4 microns.
Osmosis is the natural process which occurs when water
spontaneously flows from a purer solution, through a semi-permeable
membrane into a more concentrated solution. In Reverse Osmosis the
natural osmosis forces are overcome by applying an external
pressure to the concentrated solution, resulting in the flow of
water being reversed and the pure water being removed from the feed
solution, leaving a concentrated residue solution. The process can
best be described as follows:
- FEED - the filtered raw water supplied to the machine.
- PERMEATE - the purified water produced by forcing the feed through
the semi-permeable membranes.
- REJECT - the discarded waste water containing the concentrated
salts removed from the feed water.
Reverse Osmosis successfully treats water with dissolved minerals
and metals such as: aluminum, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chloride,
chromium, copper, fluoride, magnesium, ir