Why Would I Use a pH Balancing Filter?
- 23 Apr, 2016
Reverse Osmosis is one of the few water treatment technologies that filters virtually all contaminants from water, both organic and inorganic. If Reverse Osmosis did not filter out the inorganic it would miss many of the inorganic contaminants such as Nitrates, Arsenic and Chromium 6. However, the same high performance filtration that filters harmful contaminants also filters healthy minerals from water, including calcium.
Because the minerals have been filtered from the water, Reverse Osmosis water is inherently more acidic than tap water because of all the impurities it removes. The pH Balancing Filter adds the healthy minerals such as Calcium and Magnesium back into the water and in the process brings the pH level closer to neutral.