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Our 11 Stage Purification Process

Stage 1: Pre Carbon Tank

Consisting of a high quality GAC Tank, which absorbs all kinds of polluted materials; as well as, it removes chlorine and heavy metal by-products, such as, chloramines, THM, and TCE.

Stage 5: Membrane

is a U.S. made Thin Film Composite (TFC) Reverse Osmosis (RO) membrane, which rejects a wide spectrum of impurities, including Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), various kinds of harmful chemical substances, such as, bacteria, viruses, cancerous heavy metal phenols, fluoride, pesticides, synthetic detergents, dyes, industrial wastes, asbestos, radioactive contaminated materials, etc., down to 0.0001 micron. The product water is sent to a storage tank, while the reject water is flushed down the drain.

Stage 9:

TCR Filter

consists of an in-line Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) filter, which is used to remove dissolved gases, bad taste, and odor from the product water.

Stage 2: Post Carbon Tank

, consisting of another GAC Tank, which removes any remaining odor as a result of the chlorine and other impurities. This post-carbon tank is used in order to maintain absolute purity of the water prior to the water filtering through the membrane (Stage 5).

Stage 6: Water Storage Tank

consists of a food-grade PVC water-storage tank, which stores the RO water in a sterilized environment.

Stage 10: Ozonizer

disinfects for final treatment prior to bottling the “All-Natural Ionic Mineral Drinking Water".

Stage 3: Ion Exchange Water Softner

reduces and eliminates hardness problems. Water that contains mineral compounds (e.g. calcium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, etc.) is called "hard water,” which leaves hard scales on the surfaces they touch. The ion exchange water softener removes all these mineral compounds.

Stage 7: The Proprietary Bio-ceramic Filter

changes the acidic RO water to alkaline water by the infusion of all-natural calcium, magnesium, and potassium ions into the water. The ionic minerals are added when the RO water flows over specially designed bio-available pearls, which are housed in the bio-ceramic filter. The ionic minerals are embedded inside these pearls through a proprietary process; and when the RO water flows over these pearls, the ionic minerals are infused into the RO water, thereby, making the water alkaline.

Stage 11: Ultra Violet Light

like the Ozonizer, disinfects for final treatment prior to bottling.

Stage 4: Sediment Filter

consisting of a 5 micron polypropylene sediment-free filter, which extracts materials and impurities, such as, sand, dirt, rust (from the water pipes), insects, asbestos fiber, and all particles down to 5 micron in size.

Stage 8: Water Storage Tank

consists of a food-grade PVC water-storage tank, which stores the natural ionic alkaline water in a sterilized environment.

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