Reverse osmosis consists of water treatment that feeds your local water supply through a semi-permeable membrane, as well as through a battery of filters, which eliminate any residues that are harmful to health such as heavy metals and other substances that are also harmful to health (lead, sodium, nitrates), microorganisms, unnecessary salt etc.
In addition, thanks to reverse osmosis, we also eliminate limescale from hard water.
These undesirable residues are eliminated via the waste water filter.
Through reverse osmosis we can achieve the following benefits:
A permanent source of healthy, fresh and great tasting water just by turning on your tap. Water that you can both drink and cook with.
Make a commitment to the environment by reducing the consumption of plastic bottles.
Save on your household spending or business costs by not having to purchase water again.
For this reason it is used in numerous countries to desalinate seawater and convert it into drinking water fit for human consumption.
Osmosis isn’t a man-made process, it’s a natural mechanism that occurs in live animal and plant cells. It is actually essential for living beings as it filters salt water and converts it to pure water, which can be used by natural living cells. Through this we can achieve low mineralised water and that can be filtered to within 0.0001 microns, something that is normally used in haemodialysis and at health clinics and laboratories.
Reverse osmosis is especially recommended for…
When kidney functions are affected with age, the drinking of filtered drinking water and reverse osmosis aids in the elimination of toxins during urination.
As they don’t have a fully developed kidney filter, the consumption of low mineralised water is essential, leading to low concentration urine, thus avoiding any health risks.
In order to achieve low dilution urine, 2 litres per day of urine is required.
The rapid elimination of urine helps to reduce concentration and speeds up the elimination of toxins by the body, thus preventing gallstones from forming. For this reason low mineralised water is recommended when planning diets for gallstone patients.
Considering that some 4% of women and 6% of men will suffer with gallstones during their lifetime, drinking high quality water is essential in order to prevent colic episodes wherever possible.