Drinking Water

It is very important for our health that the water is potable. It is possible to classify the character of usable water under three groups;

Lime-free and sterilized water would let us do most of our daily work. However, when it comes to cooking, washing vegetables and fruits, drinking and even washing our newborn baby, it is necessary to use filters that produce drinking water. Water.al® recommends reverse osmosis filtration in order to produce drinking water.

In reverse osmosis filtration, there is a 6-stage filtration.

  1. The 5 micron sediment filter keeps sludge and large particles in the water
  2. Chlorine in water is kept by granular carbon filter.
  3. It is repeated to keep chlorine in water with a 5 micron block carbon filter and to keep particles smaller than 5 microns.
  4. In the reverse osmosis membrane, water is divided into two. While pure water is transferred from one channel to the reverse osmosis pressure balance tank, waste water containing bacteria, viruses and heavy metals is discharged from the other channel. (Reverse osmosis does not provide 100% sterilization. Proper ultraviolet device must be used for 100% sterilization)
  5. Useful minerals are added to the water.
  6. Then the pH filter balances the pH and the water is offered from the reverse osmosis faucet.

Jugs used to clean heavy metals in water, the ultra filter we can use when we are sure that there is no heavy metals such as arsenic and lead in the water, are among the more economical tools that can be used to produce drinking water than reverse osmosis. However, Water.al's recommendation for the definitive solution would be to filter the water with reverse osmosis technology.

Thanks to the advances in technology, reverse osmosis devices that produce around 200-300 liters of drinking water per day became affordable and available for home users in recent years. In addition, there are reverse osmosis devices that produce drinking water with capacities such as 1,200 liters per day and 5,000 liters per day for places such as restaurants, cafes and dining halls. In places like restaurants, cafes, etc. where there is regular and high volumes of drinking water consumption, we recommend the Water.al® periodic maintenance contract or system for rent option.

Please contact us so that our expert team can develop suitable solutions for you.