The deployment of ultrafiltration offers significant advantages over conventional water treatment methodes with 99.999% guarantee of bacteria-free drinking water.
* Removal of germs, bacteria, viruses, microorganismus and all types of suspended solids.
* No chemicals for filtering involved.
* Simple and save to operate and maintain.
* Long-lasting filter: 6-10 years, using a back flushing technology.
Comparison Reverse-Osmosis versus Ultrafiltration
|* Strips out everything that is in the water
||* Filters out bacteria, particles that are bigger than 0,02µm (0,000.02 mm)
|* Water becomes very aggressive, able to destroy metal pipes in the course of a month to some years.
||* Water is clear and can be trasnported safely through any kind of material the pipes are made of (e.g. galvanized metal, copper, plastic).
|* Destroys dental inlays in the mouth.
||* Inlays are save; the oxidation-film is not damaged in any way.
|* Out of 1.000 litres of water, one only gets from 400-600 litres; the rest is waste-water.
||* Only about 2,5% of the filtered water is needed for cleansing of the filters: from 1.000 litres, about 975 litres is usable for drinking as water that is clear, safe, free of - particles and any kind of bacteria - (including viruses and of cuorse also - legionella).
|* Maintenance is very expensive - filters have to be changed a minimum once per year.
||* Maintenance costs are low - filters can be used a minimum of six years with regular usage.
|* Concerning the de-mineralisation no detailed analysis has been made availabel of how this aggressive water can impact the bones and general health.
||* As particles and any kind of bacteria are filtered out, all minerals and trace term elements remain in the water, thus this is not a point of discussion. There IS no negative influence on the bones or other aspect of human and animal health.