Ultrafiltration removes all bacteria, parasites, virus, rust and nano-particles without residuals and does not remove natural minerals in the water.
In some regions heavy rains or heavy snow melt will pass too quickly from the surface into the groundwater resulting in inadequate natural filtration of the soil layers and fails to remove the pathogens, parasites, and bacteria picked up from the surface. These then find their way into our water treatment plants and possibly into our drinking water. Parasites are not necessarily disabled by disinfection methods such as chlorination or UV irradiation. Temporary turbidity also allows other pathogens to pass through the disinfection systems intact. Parasites and pathogens can thus contaminate public water supplies.
Ultrafiltration completely removes: turbidity, rust stains, and pathogens; creating a safe supply of drinking water, even when conditions at the source vary. Ultrafiltration depends on using certified filtration technology.