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How do filter Geyser purify water

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Mechanical filter

Mechanical filter removes from water insoluble mechanical impurities: rust from old water-supply pipes, sand, and mud.

It removes from water all coarse impurities.

Water with various impurities

Structure of mechanical filter

Water is purified to remove sand, rust, and other particles



Ion-exchange resin

The ion-exchange resin selectively takes up calcium and harmful heavy metals from water, replacing them by harmless sodium.

It removes heavy metals, softens hard water, removes lime, and protects from formation of scale on dishware and kidney stones.

Structure of hard water

Structure of ion-exchange resin

Hazardous calcium is replaced by harmless sodium



Aragon / Aragon 2

Aragon, a unique material developed by the Geyser company, is today the only filtering material that fully removes from water chlorine, heavy metals, viruses of hepatitis A, rotaviruses, and noroviruses and also softens water owing to its specific structure. Aragon fully excludes penetration of bacteria and impurities into water, and active silver suppresses growth of microorganisms.

Aragon not only removes all harmful impurities from water, but also makes it soft and useful, preserving the natural mineral composition.

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Filter with activated charcoal

Filter with activated charcoal removes from water harmful impurities, primarily chlorine which is added at municipal water treatment stations. This filter also eliminates unpleasant odor and taste and retains bacteria that got into water.

The filter removes from water harmful bacteria, chlorine, and organic compounds.

Water with chlorine, bacteria, and organic compounds

Structure of filter with activated charcoal

Chlorine and microorganisms are removed from water; the color, taste, and odor are improved



Reverse-osmosis membrane

This membrane transmits only water molecules. Virtually absolutely pure water (H2O), and nothing else, remains after reverse-osmosis systems.

No impurities are transmitted, so that common tap water transforms into water resembling glacial water in quality.

Water with various impurities

Structure of reverse-osmosis membrane

Water that passed through the membrane is virtually free of impurities



Iron-removing filter

Iron-removing filter quickly and efficiently converts iron dissolved in water into common rust which is fully retained by a common sediment cartridge. As a result, the transparence and color are improved, and characteristic unpleasant odor and taste are eliminated. Without such treatment water is unsuitable for drinking, e.g., in bungalows and cottages.

The filter removes any iron impurities, making water, initially unsuitable for drinking, crystal-clear.

Structure of iron-containing water

Structure of Damfer material

Dissolved iron is fully converted to safe oxide



Water treatment in jar filters


Iron-removing filter

Aragon

Active silver

Filter with activated charcoal

   

Mechanical filter

Pure water

   


Water treatment in Geyser-3 systems


Mechanical filter

Aragon

Filter with activated charcoal

Pure water



Water treatment in reverse-osmosis system


Mechanical filter

Aragon

Filter with activated charcoal

Reverse-osmosis membrane

Pure water







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