Stage 3 – GAC Carbon further removes the remaining chlorine/chloramine to extend the life of the membrane- making filter changes less often than typical RO systems.
Stage 4 – Reverse osmosis-(TFC) ultra filtration membrane will effectively separate up to 99% of the dissolved contaminants from the water molecules such as cysts, metals and salts, including lead, arsenic, sodium, nitrates, nitrites, barium, cadmium, copper, as well as micro-organisms such as cryptosporidium and giardia. RO membrane filtration has also been shown to be the most effective means of removing pharmaceuticals from water. The purified water is stored in the reserve tank and the contaminants are then washed down the drain.
At this Stage You have some options.
As stated above the purified water is stored in a reserve tank and has had virtually everything removed from it. The RO membrane cannot discern between good minerals and bad contaminates so as a result, both are removed. Some people like the taste of virtually nothing in the water and some do not. typical complaints of purified RO water is that the water has no taste, taste flat or they feel thirsty after drinking it. That’s possible. Minerals in the water, also known as electrolytes, play a pivotal role in the hydration and functions of the Body.
Stage 5–Mineral Filter for increased hydration properties.
This filter improves the quality of clean water by adding back to the water necessary minerals, such as Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, and others readily found in natural mineral water for proper human development while making it more refreshing to drink.
Stage 6–(FIR) Far Infra-Red Light for increased hydration properties. FIR causes resonance with water molecules known as “Water Activation”. It ionizes and activates water molecules in our cells and blood thus improving blood circulation and providing a host of other benefits.