Reverse Osmosis

 What is Reverse Osmosis?

It's a process by which a solvent passes through a porous membrane. Impurities travel in the opposite direction 

to the filtered water by hydrostatic pressure greater than the osmotic pressure.




Look at the images below to see how impurities are filtered out through reverse osmosis. 


Kangen Water




Kangen water, also known as alkaline water is filtered in order to separate all 

impurities while maintaining beneficiary elements within the water. It is at a high

 pH level of 8.0 to 9.5 containing electrolytes, antioxidants, calcium, and natural 

minerals that are not available in reverse osmosis. These properties allow you to 

become more hydrated, energized, and healthy.