The first stage (Cotton filter):
It consists of a cotton candle made of polypropylene that purifies up to 5 microns as it removes solid impurities such as sand, clay, algae and rust.
The second stage (granular carbon):
Made of thermally activated carbon, its function is to remove dissolved gases and treat water from unwanted substances such as chlorine, taste, smell and color.
Third stage (carbon steel)
It is made of carbon steel with pores of 1 micron and its function is to remove the smallest impurities before the water enters the fourth stage.
The fourth stage (filter of salts):
It is a unit known as a membrane. It has very fine and narrow pores up to 0.0001 microns, where it works on the osmosis property and removes bacteria by 100%, salts and heavy metals by 96% as an expulsion rate called mechanical expulsion, which does not use any chemicals
The fifth stage (post carbon)
A carbon filter made from coconut shells removes any unpleasant odor or taste after the water stored in the tank.
The sixth stage (minerals)
A group of volcanic rocks contains a calcite unit that supplies water with salts and minerals needed by the body.
The seventh stage (alkaline filter)
An alkaline filter balances the alkalinity of water (PH).