What are the benefits of installing RO plants in kidney affected areas
RO plants are used to treat and de-mineralise water or wastewater. The reverse osmosis process is one of the best ways to filter water. But how does this filtered water affect our body? Some people believe that reverse osmosis system removes too many minerals and are ineffective for use.
Because there are so many myths surrounding this process, people have started to think that reverse osmosis plant water is as healthy as tap or bottled water. That's why we wanted to dive right into this topic to better understand the health benefits of plain water.
TAP WATER AND MINERAL WATER
Have you ever wondered why tap water tastes a little different everywhere? You can be thankful for the chemicals, minerals, and pollutants that is not removed from tap water or that were picked up by the pipes.
At the same time, many people also tend to praise bottled water too much at the risk of using too much plastic on a regular basis. Take control and turn on your own water at home.
BENEFITS OF INSTALLING COMMERCIAL RO PLANTS IN KIDNEY AFFECTED AREAS
Some may call reverse osmosis a high-tech scientific process that changes water in an unsafe way, but it's actually simple:
Water is pressed through a semi-permeable membrane with holes so small that only water can get through. This traps all chemicals, minerals, inorganic compounds, parasites, and other contaminants. These include arsenic, lead, and chlorine. RO Plant is also one of the few systems that removes drug traces.
The RO water is so clean that it puts less pressure on kidneys to filter minerals in body.Some argue that we are even missing beneficial minerals because reverse osmosis systems filter them too well.
We need nutrients like calcium and magnesium, but we are not going to get enough of them from drinking water, at least not enough. The main source of organic minerals for humans is food. You need to drink a lot of water to get the same amount that eating fruits and vegetables will provide and clean RO water will thus help kidneys to function better.
RO filtration removes unhealthy inorganic minerals that the body cannot process. The accumulation of these types of minerals, especially calcium salts, leads to problems such as gallstones and kidney stones.
So is it possible that RO is leaching too many minerals?
Sure, but would you rather not have beneficial minerals in your water or some beneficial minerals that could be dangerous? Trust us - we want you to be safe and get your minerals from food instead of risking drinking too much (potentially dangerous) water.
MINERAL ALKALIS FROM WATER COMPLETELY FILTERED OUT OF THE BODY?
In fact, quite the opposite. Water is a universal solvent because it loves to dissolve things in it. The purer the water, the better it can absorb and absorb your body's minerals and nutrients.
IS REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER TOO ACIDIC FOR HUMANS?
When the water goes through the reverse osmosis process, the pH value drops slightly from neutral 7 to 5.5. However, this is not really a problem. Remember that some of our foods are more acidic than 5.5. Most fruits have an acidity of between 34!
Our ability to maintain homeostasis works wonders for our consumption of acidic foods and beverages. The low pH will adapt and change as we ingest it.
DOES RO WASTES A LOT OF WATER?
The answer is yes and no. In fact, reverse osmosis filtration systems are known to produce a great deal of water waste. But that should be viewed positively.It is filtered so much that in the end only the cleanest water arrives.
Good to know that these 48 gallons of wastewater can be recycled. Many systems are designed to recycle. If you end up pouring the water down the sink, the water will still be sent to a municipal treatment plant.
PLACES IN INDIA WHERE RO PLANTS ARE USED
Hospitals are largely using RO water for dialysis process of kidney patients especially in Ahmedabad and New Delhi.