Why purify water?

We have no alternative: Water is precious, without water there is no life.
The water colors our planet  blue. the environment is increasingly polluted, and the And while the water network makes our water drinkable, it is far from being good and pleasent to taste.

The water produced by a reverse osmosis purifier is too poor in minerals?

Absolutely not, indeed, the presence of salts is regulated according to the needs of the customer himself through a special valve, present in the system by law.

What is the difference between purified water and distilled water?

Distilled water is  water totally free of mineral salts. The water purified with an inverse osmosis system becomes cleaned of the various pollutants that we all know (limestone, chlorine, metal pipes, etc.) while retaining both the mineral salts and all the organoleptic properties.

What is the difference between Microfiltration and Osmosis System?

Both “clean” tap water and therefore the goal is still the same, but they diverge in how they obtain the result. The microfiltered water is purified from chlorine and derivatives, dust and rust, but without being deprived of mineral salts. The one treated with reverse osmosis can instead be made almost distilled, depending on the systems.

Is the Water Microfiltration System safe?

To understand how it is considered a real guarantee, just think that in many restaurants microfiltered water is served at the table to give a further touch of refinement.

The micro-filtered water has a high level of safety ensured by the frequent checks that are Made on the mineral water, a feature that it shares with tap water. The analyzes carried out in the laboratory are then subject to parameters established by law, which are therefore often much stricter than regarding other liquids.

Isn't better to drink bottled water?

Bottled water presents many problems: higher costs, encumbrance, poor by those Who transport or store the bottles, chemical treatments to make it last years, controls by water law….I could go on for a long time, but I prefer to invite everyone to a simple question:  Isn’t it quicker to get a system that purifies water at home?

 

A reverse osmosis purifier is economically more convenient than bottled water?

It is estimated that a family in America drinks in avergage about 6 liters of water every day, which in a month amount to 180, in a year 2190 bottles. At an average of about $ 1.5 each.
An average American family would save about $ 3285 each year.

Can both still and sparkling cold water be made?

Of course!

Is it mandatory to drill the sink?<br />

Absolutely not! The system must be placed above the kitchen counter. Beautiful, light and elegant.