Minerals give flavour as well as provide health advantages
Did you know that calcium accounts for up to 2% of your body weight? Similarly, magnesium participates in more than 300 enzymatic activities in the body?
We all know minerals are vital, but we rarely contemplate how much they do, or what may happen if we don't receive enough of them! Therefore, it is important to know the importance of adding minerals to our drinking water, especially RO drinking water.
What is the importance of adding minerals to RO drinking water?
While everyone requires different levels of vitamins and minerals in their diet, many individuals do not receive enough from food alone, leaving them deficient. It becomes much more difficult for those who have dietary restrictions, which prevent them from eating foods that contain a lot of the minerals, our systems require.
RO membranes filter out extremely minute particles from the water they clean. These remove incredibly minute particles from the water.
Reverse osmosis is an excellent filtration method!
Larger particles (such as viruses and other pollutants) are filtered out of the water, during the reverse osmosis process, leaving only pure water molecules to travel through your faucet. While there are several advantages to this method, the filter is so effective that it also eliminates important minerals, such as calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
This can result in two major issues:
1: The evident demineralization of the water is the first. Although minerals in water are not a replacement for minerals obtained through diet, they can be a valuable supplement.
Taking these minerals out of the water might also make it tasteless. Many of us are accustomed to the taste of minerals in our water, and may find this bland flavour unattractive. Demineralized water can fast become your least favourite type of water.
2: The second major issue is that eliminating minerals from water, causes excessive acidity levels. Because our bodies are mainly water, our blood should be somewhat alkaline.
What happens if we drink de-mineralized water?
Acidosis, which is regarded to be an underlying cause of degenerative disorders, can be caused by demineralized water. When our bodies are somewhat alkaline, they perform their best. Demineralized water frequently has a pH of 7.0 or below, which implies it is not beneficial to our bodies.
Netsol Water Reverse Osmosis filters meticulously restores the ideal mix of health-giving minerals.
Restoring the mineral in RO Plants
We've established that we require calcium, magnesium, and other minerals to thrive, but we also know that the reverse osmosis process removes these minerals from the water.So, how do we balance the two? Netsol Water understands the importance of minerals in water, and has found out a way of adding minerals back, after the initial filtering stages.
How does it function?
The tap water runs via your water supply pipe, then through the sediment filter, carbon filter, and RO Membrane, a semi-permeable membrane with billions of small pores through which water molecules can pass. The initial concentrations of minerals, as well as contaminants that are too big to pass further, are filtered out here.The molecules that remain are flushed down the drain, while the clean water continues on to the holding tank.
The mineralization cartridge, which lies between the holding tank and the faucet, is made up of naturally occurring minerals that were previously taken from the water, guaranteeing that the water is ideal the instant it comes out of your faucet. This filter can be combined with a Natural Coconut Carbon Filter, which gives your water a crisp lightness and a final polish, guaranteeing it tastes wonderful.
Allowing minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium to re-enter your filtered water enhances its flavour, while also enhancing your health.It is crucial to us at Netsol Water, to deliver a high-quality filtration system that you can rely on for many years. You deserve clean, filtered RO water that is excellent for your body, and we look forward to providing it to you every time you turn on the faucet!