Reverse osmosis is the most efficient water purification technology. It is suggested as a method for areas with non-potable water (due to excess in salts, heavy metals, carcinogens, arsenic etc.)
Multi-level reverse osmosis removes:
Dirt, sand, sediment, sludge, rust, chlorine and its derivatives, heavy metals, pesticides, organic compounds, microorganisms, nitrate and nitrite, bad taste or odors.
Water in Greece is often rich in calcium and magnesium, being classified as «hard» and presenting very common problems (i.e. scaling). The solution to this problem lies in water softeners that use ion-exchange resins.
Water softeners are reliable, easy to install and the maintenance requirements are low-cost.
Soft water: Prevents salt crystallization and keeps the facilities in good condition. Ensures high performance and extends the equipment’s lifecycle.
It reduces energy consumption and saves money spent on detergents and other cleaning products that are harmful to the environment.
Facilitates cleaning and prevents the formation of salt crystallization that is hard to remove.