The water filtration system through reverse osmosis; activated carbon; ion exchange and distillation, filters out the purified water which is suitable for drinking by churning out the contaminants that are found in brackish/tap/municipal corporation supplied water.
Water infiltration can be done through three processes. They are- whole house filtration, iron removal filtration, and activated carbon filtration.
Whole house filtration
Whole house filtration can be achieved by setting up the whole house filtration system at every point of entry (bathroom, kitchen, faucets, overhead tank, and etcetera) from where water flows in, to filter out the impurities at the source for further prevention of clogging of pipes or showers. Facilitated with depth filtration, it helps to maintain the flow of water and eliminates any particle greater than 5 microns.
Iron Removal Filtration
Iron Removal Filtration can be done by setting up of Iron removal filters that are made up of stainless steel, precisely designed to treat iron up to 15ppm. The product is specially designed according to various oxygen, iron and manganese concentration, carbon dioxide content and hardness of water. It filters out the particulates without hampering the flow of the water.
Activated carbon filtration
Granular activated carbon is mostly used for activated carbon filtration by removing residual disinfectants and organic constituents in water supplies. It is manufactured from raw materials like coconut shell, petroleum, coal, and wood and it produces variant activated carbons which differ in hardness, pore, density, pH, and ash. They protect ion exchange resins and membranes of reverse osmosis from organic fouling and oxidation, thus improving taste and preventing health hazards.
All these systems are cost effective and requires low maintenance system repairs with efficient whole home water filtration and excess sediment reduction.