Stage 1: Single Countertop
- Sediment Filter Functions: Removing sand, rust, mud, sediment, etc. in water.
Stage 2: Granular Active Carbon Filtration (Double Countertop)
- Functions: Removing germ, virus, corpuscle, other solids, and chemicals from tap water processing.
Stage 3: Block Active Carbon (Triple Countertop)
- Functions: Completely removing bad smell from water.
The single countertop water filter includes the sediment filter only
The double countertop water filter includes the sediment filter and the granular active carbon filtration
The triple countertop water filter includes the sediment filter, the granular active carbon filtration, and the block active carbon
What is Filtered Water?
Filtered water is water that passes through a device, which removes impurities in the water by means of a physical barrier or chemical process. Filtered water has fewer total dissolved solids (TDS) than water that has not been filtered.
What Is The Difference Between Filtered Water And Reverse Osmosis Purified Water?
The main difference between reverse osmosis and filtered water is the technique used to make water cleaner. Filtered water removes contaminants and sediment using physical barriers or chemical processes. Reverse osmosis removes impurities by exposing water under pressure to a semipermeable membrane. This will help you in identifying that there is a big difference between filtered water and purified water.
A conventional filtration system will give you nice tasting water, but it will not remove most of the Total Dissolved Solids For example Sodium, Manganese, Calcium Carbonate, to name a few that are present in all municipal tap water systems.
A lot of different forms of bacteria and viruses are so small that filters can’t remove them from the water supply. However, an RO membrane can remove these along with many other impurities in your water.