Reverse Osmosis Alkaline Water
Transform your drinking water with alkaline reverse osmosis technology, removing impurities and balancing pH levels. With our advanced system, enjoy pure and beneficial alkaline water straight from your sink.
Why Choose Puronics Reverse Osmosis System
Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems
Pre-filtration system for sediments, mechanical reduction of rust and particles, provides protection to the membrane.
Pre-treatment filter with granular activated carbon
Activated carbon block cartridge for the reduction of flavors, odors, chlorine and organic impurities.
Reverse osmosis membrane for the reduction of dissolved solids, including the range of toxic heavy metals, in addition to Giardia and Cryptosporidium cysts.
In-line activated carbon post-cartridge for final polishing of bad flavors and odors.
Post-cartridge to alkalize water in line, with pH 7.5 to 9.5. Eliminates acids from the body as well as being a natural antioxidant.
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Combining Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Alkaline Filtration
The integration of reverse osmosis (RO) and alkaline filtration in water treatment systems is a groundbreaking approach that offers the best of both worlds.
How RO Systems Can Produce Alkaline Water:
Reverse osmosis is renowned for its ability to filter out a vast array of contaminants, from heavy metals to microorganisms. However, one of the criticisms of RO is that it can strip water of beneficial minerals, leading to slightly acidic water.
By integrating an alkaline filter post the RO process, the purified water can be remineralized. This filter typically adds essential minerals like calcium, magnesium, and potassium back into the water, raising its pH and making it alkaline.
Alkaline water has a pH level above 7, which is believed to be beneficial for neutralizing acid in the body and promoting overall health.
FAQs About Reverse Osmosis Alkaline Water System
While both remove contaminants, an RO system uses a semipermeable membrane and can remove smaller contaminants, including certain chemicals and heavy metals, that regular filters might miss.
It varies by model and usage, but generally, pre-filters should be changed every 6-12 months, the RO membrane every 2-3 years, and post-filters every 12 months.
Yes, RO can remove some beneficial minerals. However, many systems include a remineralization stage to add essential minerals back into the purified water.
Reverse osmosis alkaline water systems can remove a wide range of contaminants, including heavy metals, salts, chemicals, and microorganisms.
The reverse osmosis process itself does not directly alkalize water. In fact, water produced by reverse osmosis tends to be slightly acidic due to the removal of beneficial minerals that contribute to the alkalinity of the water.
To alkalinize the water after reverse osmosis, our systems incorporate an additional remineralization and alkalinization stage. This stage consists of a filter containing minerals such as calcium, magnesium and other alkaline compounds. As the water passes through this filter, it acquires beneficial minerals that not only improve the taste of the water, but also raise its pH, making it more alkaline.