OUR PROCESS

WELLPURE adopts a unique 8-way purification system, which ensures that our water is not only pure but contains all the good minerals that occur in water naturally. WELLPURE is currently the only company in the country to fully adopt this unique 8-way process. Following removal of all harmful substances that tend to be present in water because of fertilisers, pollution, etc., our water undergoes a unique remineralisation process which ensures our water has all the good minerals your body loves. Our water purification process can be summarised as follows:

 

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STEP ONE: QUARTZ SAND FILTER

Sand filtration is actually the first pre-treatment of water before it is processed to R.O. It is also the oldest and naturalist purification known. Which is why its one of the first. On the other hand it removes all the visible particles from the water.

STEP EIGHT: OZONATION PROCESS

Finally our Ozonation Process take place to make sure that the water remains in its original condition and will not have any growth of becterias. Here are some additional benefits of ozoneted water:

1) It purifies the blood of some microbes and in several other ways,

2) It is a superb detoxification method,

3) It does kill some cancer cells (but it is probably not strong enough to be a treatment),

4) It can stop the spreading of cancer (the main benefit),

5) It may provide energy,

6) It can help the immune system by providing it oxygen singlets.

STEP TWO: CARBON FILTER

Active carbon is the 2nd pre-treatment of water. Carbon is a substance that has a long history of being used to absorb impurities and is perhaps the most powerful absorbent known to man. A solid block carbon water filter can selectively remove dangerous contaminants from drinking water while retaining healthy mineral deposits that balance the pH of drinking water.

STEP SEVEN: QUARTZ SAND FILTER AGAIN

A post treatment of water is then done with another Quartz Sand Filter to give it the most natural taste and shine.

STEP THREE: PRECISION FILTER

The 3rd pre-treatment is Precision filter which is a very effective filter system that now block any particulars missed by the first two steps and make the water very clear.

STEP SIX: RE-MINERALIZATION

The water we now have is the very clean and becteria free but remember that this water has not minerals in it i.e. its distilled water. Most of us take water for granted and just drink any bottled water available thinking its safe.

But we forget the way we eat out food with the qurocity of its nutritions why do we not check that in water too.

Water give us minerals which help in our strength of bones mainly. Distilled water is an active absorber and when it comes into contact with air, it absorbs carbon dioxide, making it acidic. The more distilled water a person drinks, the higher the body acidity becomes.

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, “Distilled water, being essentially mineral-free, is very aggressive, in that it tends to dissolve substances with which it is in contact. Notably, carbon dioxide from the air is rapidly absorbed, making the water acidic and even more aggressive.

Many metals are dissolved by distilled water.”
Therefore our We bring you the best and the healthiest drinking water by re-minralizing water with the usefull minerals that had been removed with all the contaminated minerals in the reverse osmosis.

STEP FOUR: REVERSE OSMOSIS

The reverse osmosis process depends upon a semi-permeable membrane through which pressurized water is forced. Reverse osmosis, simply stated, is the opposite of the natural osmosis process of water. Osmosis is the name for the tendency of water to migrate from a weaker saline solution to a stronger saline solution, gradually equalizing the saline composition of each solution when a semi-permeable membrane separates the two solutions. In reverse osmosis, water is forced to move from a stronger saline solution to a weaker solution, again through a semi-permeable membrane. Because molecules of salt are physically larger than water molecules, the membrane blocks the passage of salt particles. The end result is desalinated water on one side of the membrane and a highly concentrated, saline solution of water on the other side.

In addition to salt particles, this process will remove a select number of drinking water contaminants, depending upon the physical size of the contaminants. For this reason, reverse osmosis has been touted as an effective drinking water purification method. Reverse Osmosis removes Asbestos, lead, radium, many dissolved organics, pesticides, some micro-organisms, total dissolved solids (TDS) and volatile organic chemicals (VOCs).This system also gives protection against radioactive plutonium or strontium in the drinking water. Therefore, if you live near a nuclear plant - you need this systems for added protection.

STEP FIVE: UV PURIFICATION

UV purification systems is used to protect against water-borne viruses, bacteria, molds and pathogenic disease-causing microorganisms such as giardia and cryptosporidium. Even viruses such as the hepatitis virus, which are known to be highly resistant to chlorine-treated water, can be relatively easily eliminated through UV treatment.
Ultraviolet (UV) light is invisible and is emitted by different light sources, including the sun. At certain intensities, UV light emits enough radiation to kill the DNA in bacteria and other microorganisms. An ultraviolet water purification system typically consists of a UV light source with an output of around 254 nanometers which produces radiation of a significantly greater intensity than the radiation produced by sunlight.

The UV light source is mounted in front of a flow chamber through which water passes. The water is exposed to the UV light source as it passes through the chamber. Any harmful microbes and bacteria that are present in the water are rendered sterile by the exposure to the germicidal radiation.

UV radiation is so effective that it can eliminate up to 99.99% of bacteria and viruses, including those associated with water-borne illnesses such as Typhoid, Gastroenteritis, Hepatitis, Flu and Cholera.