How Does City Water Doctor System Works?
Basic Treatment stage for City Water Doctor:
Stage 1: 5mircron Sediment Filter: It removes dirt, rust, iron, and sand particles effectively.
Stage 2: Granular Activated Carbon Filter: Absorbs dirt, lead, chlorine, mercury, as well as odors and poor tastes. By removing these particles, the turbidity of the water will be reduced and the water will become crystal clear.
Stage 3: Activated Block Carbon Filter: This block carbon filter is made of high-performance coconut shell carbon and is very successful at removing 17 dangerous elements from potable drinking water, including lead, radon, mercury, pesticides, odor, and chlorine: taste and odor.
Stage 4: Reverse Osmosis Membrane (RO Membrane) removes germs of all sorts. It is a specific type of filter with a width of 0.0001 microns. It only enables liquids to pass through while excluding bacteria and potentially harmful/injurious substances.
Stage 5: Post Carbon Filter: This NSF-certified post carbon filter removes unpleasant tastes and odors from your drinking water, improving its quality.
Mineral Filter: enhances the quality of clean water by adding minerals such as calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium, which are essential for human health.
Alkaline Filter: Ph-balance alkaline water to keep your body’s pH stable. Acid wastes are deposited in the circulation and lymph, where they are processed and eliminated by the liver and kidneys. The only pH range that is appropriate for your health is 8 and higher. To combat bacterial and infectious diseases, as well as a variety of other vital issues, an alkaline body is necessary.
Ultra Violet: The best system in the world is a combination of RO and UV. At normal flow rates, the UV light disinfects filtered water, making this one of the safest filtering systems available. Bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms are killed by interfering with their reproduction cycles’ DNA and RNA. It kills organisms instantly and eliminates their ability to survive and reproduce.
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