This amazing process can turn ocean water into drinking water. Water is forced by pressure through microscopic “holes” or pores in a membrane inside our purification system. These holes are so small that only incredibly pure water can pass through salt, minerals, sediment, etc. are flushed away – automatically. It removes virtually everything from your water!
Just How Small Are These Holes?
Well, they’re 1/5,000,000 of an inch – or 1 to 15 angstrom. How small is that? If you were to take just one square foot of this membrane and blow it up to the size of the Pacific Ocean, one pore would be the size of a dime! About the only thing able to pass through that is delicious water.