A water purification system is one of the crucial equipment for every house hold. Because a water purification system eliminates each types of waterborne disease causing pathogens and agents this provide you to live a healthy life. There are large number of water purification system but an RO water purifier is one of the most trusted and widely used water purification system. The RO water purifier is use to eliminates all kind of water contaminations or in other words it is use to bring 100% pure and healthy water for the drinking purposes.
Pure Osmosis Vs. Reverse Osmosis
Osmosis is defined as the flow of fluid (liquid) molecules from the low concentration of solutes to the high concentration of solutes. It don’t require energy thus regarded as automated whereas the reverse osmosis process is completely opposite to the osmosis. The reverse osmosis (RO) is the most widely use technique in the field of the water purification system. This technique is entirely opposite to the pure osmosis process. In reverse osmosis process water or solvent is allowed to pass through a semi-permeable membrane under the influence of external pressure.
The process of osmosis mainly occurs to maintain the equilibrium, i.e., osmotic balance. It also balances the concentration of the solute and fluids across the semi-permeable membrane. The osmosis process is crucial in the biological process whereas reverse osmosis shows its great importance in the various water purification process.
A water purification process is mainly used to treat contaminated water to bring out the pure and healthy water for the drinking purposes. There are several technology which has shown its significance in the water purification process, but reverse osmosis is the best & widely accepted among all water purification system to treat impure water since the 1950s.
What are the importance of Reverse Osmosis Water Purifier?
As we know that water is a natural solvent which can dissolve everything in it hence it is also regarded as a universal solvent. This property of water makes it natural habitat of several molecules and the presence of high concentration of any substance in water makes it unfit for drinking purposes. In India, the drinking water quality is inferior thus it requires a significant way to eliminate contaminant or pollutant present in water. According to the UN report, India's rank is 120th among the 122 countries in term of drinking water quality.
Water may contain various types of water pollutant like dissolved solids, unwanted or high or low concentration of minerals, micro-organism, pharmaceutical or medical waste, Radioactive waste, &, etc which needs to be removed from the drinking water because it can leads to various types of waterborne diseases. It is proven that most of the waterborne diseases are fatal if not treated appropriately. According to the report of WHO (World Health Organization) waterborne diseases kills more than 3 million lives every year globally in which the number of children is very high as compare to the adult. The consumption of contaminated water mostly affect those people whose immune system are not properly developed. The immune system of the children are not properly developed or in the developing stage, so the waterborne diseases affect the child more than the adult person. Cholera, Typhoids, Diarrhoea, Dysentery &, etc are some of the most common waterborne disease in India.