Inverse osmosis is the safest and most common water treatment system.
This process in fact eliminates even the tiniest polluting particles, to guarantee bacteriological purity.
All this is done through an osmotic membrane, the heart and soul of this system, which is able to filter water down to molecular levels, in order to obtain excellent results in terms of colour, flavour, odour and organolepticpurity.
The water passes through the semi-permeable membrane from a less concentrated to a more concentrated saline solution. As the name itself clearly states, inverse osmosis is an inverse process compared to the one that takes place naturally, obtained by a force (mains water pressure) that pushes the water in the more concentrated solution – the so-called “with pollutants”, through the semi-permeable osmotic membrane to produce pure water, eliminating 100% of all organic and 80% of inorganic substances, to leave only just the right amount of mineral salts that our body needs.