7 STAGE PURIFICATION SYSTEMS
STAGE-1: SEDIMENT FILTER
Sediment filters are designed to remove coarse particulate impurities/dirt, suspended solids and improves life of the Carbon Filter. A sediment filter essentially functions like a net that catches unwanted dirt particles as your water flows through the system.
STAGE-2: PRE-RO CARBON FILTER (UDF)
Activated Carbon in the GAC Filter acts as a polisher and enhances the taste of water that has come through the purification process. Granular activated carbon (GAC) is a proven option to remove certain chemicals, particularly organic chemicals, from water.
STAGE-3: POLISHER (CTO)
Polisher removes chlorine, particles such as sediment, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), organic impurities like harmful pesticides, taste, and odor from water via absorption.
STAGE-4: REVERSE OSMOSIS (RO)
It has a pore size of 0.0001 micron, through which only H20 can pass. It removes dissolved salts, hardness, pesticides and heavy metals like arsenic, lead, and mercury. It also removes microbial contaminants like bacteria, virus, protozoa, and cysts.
STAGE-5: POST-RO CARBON FILTER
Post RO Carbon filter is the last stage of the LP250S which is an additional stage of the purification system which ensures Purified water in the storage tank is free from any post treatment contamination.
STAGE-6: UF FILTER
STAGE-7: UV FILTER