Stage 3 of the HYDRONAR filtration: Pure Water
THIS IS HOW PUREST WATER IS OBTAINED
In light of the growing challenges in drinking water treatment, the reverse osmosis filter process has proven to be very successful. It can even be used to remove pollutants such as nitrate, heavy metals, hormones and drug residues from the water. The process uses a principle that also occurs in nature: osmosis. If water is filtered by reverse osmosis, ultra-pure water that is obtained that is free of pollutants, germs, odor and taste.
HOW DOES REVERSE OSMOSIS WORK?
Artificial semi-permeable membranes are manufactured for the treatment of drinking water. This reverse osmosis filter separates the contaminated water from already purified water in which no foreign substances are present. For the filtration of the foreign substances, the contaminated water is pressurized with a pressure of 4 to 10 bar and only the water molecules pass through the membrane, but not the foreign substances.
REMOVES HORMONES, DRUG RESIDUES AND PESTICIDES
OSMOSIS IN NATURE: ESTABLISHING A NATURAL BALANCE
MINERALS FOR PURE WATER
Although reverse osmosis has the advantage of reliably removing unwanted substances, it also removes all the minerals that are important for human beings from the water. Reverse osmosis filters that have been available on the market up to now work according to this principle.
LUQEL has taken the process further and adds important and flavourful minerals to the water after reverse osmosis, depending on the recipe, taste and occasion.
FACTS ABOUT REVERSE OSMOSIS
- Reverse osmosis is a filtration process that works with a semi-permeable membrane.
- In the currently available systems, water that is filtered by reverse osmosis is so pure that it hardly contains any minerals at all.
- Unique: At LUQEL, after filtration water is mineralised according to individual taste.