About Our Water Filtration
Our goal is to ensuring that we sell the purest water possible at an affordable price. To fulfill this, our water filtration includes not 4, 6, or 8 steps, but a thorough 12 step process that provides our customers with the best drinking water available.
Here are the sequential steps that we use to filter our water -
Sediment Filtration - Our filtration process begins with a sediment filter that traps larger particles which may be present in the water that includes dirt, sand, slime and grit.
Ion Exchange - Next in our filtration process is the removal of various metallic elements through a process known as ion exchange. Sometimes referred to as water “softening”.
Activated Carbon - Activated Carbon (also known as charcoal), utilizes adsorption to further process our water. This technique is effective for removing Chlorine, pesticides, herbicides, and other organic contaminants.
Ultraviolet Light - First Pass - during this step in the process, the water passes through a special wavelength of ultraviolet light. This ultraviolet light acts as a powerful sterilizing agent.
Pre-Filter, Size = One Micron - our water then passes through a 1 Micron filter that removes viruses, bacteria, cryptosporidium and various other organisms.
Reverse Osmosis - First pass - this is a process by which a solvent passes through a porous membrane in the direction that is opposite to that which take place during natural osmosis.
Reverse Osmosis - Second pass - this second pass makes sure that anything that may have been able to make it passed the first (highly unlikely) is removed during this pass.
Ozonation - First Pass - Ozonation utilizes oxygen to ensure that our water remains free of microbiological contamination.
In other words, the oxygen content is raised to prevent the growth of organisms.
Ultraviolet Light - Second Pass - once again, the water passes through a special the water passes through a special wavelength (different from the first pass) of ultraviolet light that targets other contaminants.
Ozonation - Second Pass - this second pass again utilizes oxygen ensuring that our water remains free of microbiological contamination.
In other words, the oxygen content is raised a second time to higher levels to prevent the growth of organisms.
To be listed - Here will be the description of the eleventh step of filtration.
To be listed - Here will be the description of the twelfth step of filtration.