Zero water wastage technology is very important. Hence, we drink RO water. There are so many brands of RO water available in market. All boasts of their latest technology. You must have noticed one thing in RO water apparatus that getting one litre of Pure water wastes approximately three litres of water in the process of reverse osmosis.
So, how can we reduce this wastage without compromising with the quality of drinking water. The latest technology introduced by Kent is the “Zero Water Wastage” technology. Its quite different from conventional RO system. Nowadays RO water purifiers equipped with this technology. And those having this feature stand out in market. They push back the rejected water to the overhead tank. This retains essential mineral nutrients and also boosts the water recovery rate to almost fifty percent.
Everyone wants to drink pure water. Sabse Shudh Paani!
So, to get two glasses of drinking water, only two glasses of water will rejected as compared to four to six glasses of water wastage in conventional RO systems.
And yes, this can be installed on domestic as well as commercial RO systems. Even if you are staying in a multi-storeyed building, the internal pump is robust enough to push the water to overhead tank up to ten storeys. You don’t need a separate motor or a tank.
Kent Grand Plus is already coming in market with this feature.
There must be few questions popping up in your mind. Let’s tackle them one by one.
No, the answer is No. you just need to upgrade the existing purifier with an available kit.
Second question can that if rejected water get mixed with my stored water in overhead tank then, will it increase TDS and impurities in my water?
Well, again the answer is No. Reason being…rejected water gets diluted with fresh water as a result TDS increases marginally but it has no adverse effect on any home appliances used for cooking, bathing or washing the utensils. Even your water pipes are safe.
And the last question can be that if rejected water mixes with overhead water then will it not affect the membrane life time of filters in RO system as the same water will come down for filtration from overhead tank? Answer is NO again as there is no harmful affect on filters and membrane.
Hence, just plan and buy a good RO system for your home and workplace.