Commercial Water Filtration Systems: How Does a Water Filtration System Work?

Commercial Water Filtration Systems: How Does a Water Filtration System Work?

Carbon water filters have been used to purify water for several hundred years, and are the standard for offering drinking and cooking water that is safe, fresh, and better-tasting. Fast forward to present day, and you will find commercial water filtration systems used everywhere; from inside industrial facilities, to office break rooms, restaurant kitchens, and hotels.

While you, your customers, and staff can certainly taste and even see the difference between filtered and unfiltered water, you may be wondering how your water filtration system works. This article will help you better understand the carbon water filtration and disinfection process used in top-of-the-line commercial water filtration systems.

How Does Activated Carbon Work?

Before diving into how water filters work, it’s important for you to understand how activated charcoal (carbon) works to remove contaminants from tap water. Commercial water filtration systems typically use activated carbon as it can produce the cleanest, safest, and best-tasting drinking and cooking water.

Activated carbon is basically oxygen-treated charcoal. The oxygen “activates” the carbon and opens small pores between the carbon atoms which can absorb harmful and odorous substances from gas and liquid. So, when certain chemicals and other contaminants in tap water try to flow past a carbon water filter, the pores between the carbon atoms immediately trap the harmful substances at the carbon’s surface. The result of this process is delicious, clean water.

Water Filtration Process for Commercial Water Filters



1) Water Filtration

The water filtration process used in only the best commercial water purification systems begins with filtering tap water. After installing a commercial water filter, your business’s tap water will move through two, high-grade, carbon water filters which will retain contaminants and other unwanted particles, all while permitting water to pass through. This two-step filtration process eliminates harmful chemicals like chlorine and pesticides, and removes other contaminants like dirt, rust, sediments, and heavy metals.

2) Water Disinfection

While you may think your commercial water filtration system is finished working its magic after the carbon filtering process, it’s not! The next step is to disinfect the water. The tap water sill now flow through a NanoCeram filter. This technology is the only one in the world that provides total irradiation, allowing Natura water filters to reduce the bacteria and virus count to almost zero -- including the elimination of E.Coli, and the coliform bacteria that are so harmful to pregnant women and young children. Water disinfection can also help ward off digestive and gastrointestinal illnesses caused by drinking plain tap water. 

3) Water Refrigeration

The final step of water filtration is the refrigeration process. A great commercial water filtration system will contain a stainless-steel water refrigeration element to help keep your water pure and continuously cool for everyone to enjoy. Stainless steel enables maximum hygiene to ensure that the water you are serving your customers and staff is the freshest, cleanest, best-tasting water they will ever consume.

Whether you are looking to enhance the flavors of your restaurant menu, provide an unlimited supply of clean drinking water for office staff, or create delicious, sparkling craft cocktails at your hotel bar, there are a variety of commercial water filtration systems available to fit your unique needs. 

Find out more about how to get your own Natura Water System.

 

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