Kent Reverse Osmosis Water Systems
Special Technology To Purify Your Water
Kent reverse osmosis water filter systems are known all over the world for using combination methods to purify water.
Kent began its operation in India in 1999 and now their reverse osmosis water filters are known all over India and other parts of the world.
They have developed reverse osmosis water purifiers that not only eliminate chlorine, lead and mercury but also arsenic, rust, bacteria, viruses and cysts.
In fact, Kent reverse osmosis water filters are so effective that they will also remove a few of the important minerals from your water.
What makes Kent water purifiers so popular is the technology and the method in which is used to purify the water.
Kent Reverse Osmosis Technology
Kent does not use one method to purify water. Kent uses a combination of methods to purify water.
They use a combination of ultra filtration, reverse osmosis, ultra violet light and TDS controller.
As water enters the main line, it flows through the sediment filter. At this stage rust, rocks and dust are removed.
Then the water passes through the carbon filter to eliminate chlorine, bad taste and bad odour.
The membrane of the reverse osmosis is the next line of defence. The waste water is diverted away and the purified water goes through ultra filtration where bacteria and cysts are removed.
The membrane for Kent Reverse Osmosis water systems should be changed every 3 to 6 months otherwise the pores for the membrane will get larger and allow micro organisms to easily pass through.
Next up is the TDS controller. The TDS controller does the important job of retaining beneficial minerals.
The water then goes through a UV technology that eliminates bacteria and viruses that may have slipped though the first 3 stages.
The combination of this water purification method will leave you with over 99% pure and clean water that is ready for consumption.
Types Of Kent Reverse Osmosis Systems
Kent offers seven (7) types of reverse osmosis water purification systems for indoor and outdoor purposes. Let's take a look at the top four (4) reverse osmosis water filtration systems offered by Kent.
Kent Grand Reverse Osmosis
This particular Kent reverse osmosis system is small but powerful for its size. It can produce 15 litres of purified water per hour and up to 75 litres per day.
It is equipped with an 8 litre storage capacity.
The Kent Grand uses a sediment filter, carbon filter, UF and a post filter to filter your water.
A replacement cartridge indicator let's you know when it is time to replace your filter.
The Kent Pearl reverse osmosis filter is a countertop water filter system that can also be mounted on any wall.The auto start and auto off feature makes this particular reverse osmosis system very user friendly.
The Pearl can produce up to 75 litres a day at 15 litres per hour. It has a similar storage capacity to the Kent Grand reverse osmosis system of 8 litres.
Not only will this reverse osmosis water filter indicate when it’s time to change the filter cartridge but it will also automatically shut down the reverse osmosis system if it is not changed within 60 hours.
This under counter reverse osmosis water system was designed to not only remove a high percentage of impurities but also chlorine, bad taste and odour.
This particular Kent reverse osmosis system has a sediment filter, activated carbon filter, a carbon block filter, a UF system and a post carbon filter. The use of three (3) carbon filters signifies the importance of removing chlorine and its’ by products.
If you are considering a high capacity water purifier for your commercial applications or offices, you should take a look at Kent Elite Reverse Osmosis water system.
The Elite two will supply up to 50 litres of purified water an hour.
This filter system is for the person with space because it will take up a lot of space ;furthermore,the filter weights approximately 14 kgs.
Overall, the Kent Elite water system is versatile and can also be attached to water coolers and supply purified water all day.
Do not rush into buying any Kent system. Do your due diligence and follow the advice from our reviews.
Your decision should be based on cost, litres per day, space and number of persons in the household.
For added comfort in making your decision, be sure to read through a few more reviews at the end of this page.
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