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Water Comparision

Bio-Link RO Water System Water Comparision

Besides tap water, most of our daily drinking water are bottled distilled water or mineral water. However, are they really clean and healthy enough for each of us to drink?

What is the nowadays popular
"Reverse Osmosis" Pure Water?

Why are more and more people drinking?



      Distilled Water Mineral Water R.O. Water
    Water Properties
  • clean
  • odourless
  • no minerals
  • natural
  • contains minerals
  • strong mineral smell & taste
  • natural & pure taster
  • contains mineral ions
  • much higher oxygen content
  • strong solubility
  • no germs, pollutants, carcinogens
  • Production Process
  • distillation of tap water (usually)
  • Chlorine removal- simple filtration(to remove bigge substrates)
  • heating process (to kill germs and evaporate)
  • bottling
  • natural mineral or spring water
  • precipita te filtration (to remove bigger substrates)
  • UV-irradiation
  • bottling
  • water sources from tap water, rain, spring water
  • after precipitate filtration, triple filtration processes
  • Chlorine removal by activated carbon filters
  • Removal of particles (diameter - 0.22μm) and germs by R.O. semi-permeable membrane (diameter 1/10000μm) (μm denotes micron=10 of a meter
  • Disadvantages
  • little or no oxygen content
  • no minerals
  • under hearting process, any remaining Chlorine molecules would turn into Trichloromethane (much much more poisonous than Chlorine)
  • normal oxygen content
  • large amount of inorganic minerals which change the taste & smell of water
  • large amount of inorganic minerals which human body can not absorb
  • heavy load on our kidneys and liver
  • kidney stone formation- heart proplems (because of inorganic calcium) (remarks : human beings can only absorb organic minerals from animals & plants
  • Nil