The first cartridge water removes most large particles. This extends the life of your membrane.
Water with any additional particles enter through the membrane chamber. Pressure forces the flow through the process.
Impurities are collected by the membrane while molecules pass through freely.
Water is released from the membrane cartridge to continue to the next stage.
Impurities small enough to pass through the membrane are removed by a carbon block filter.
Treated water accumulates in the storage tank to ensure there is always an on-demand supply.
As water is drawn to the faucet, it travels through another carbon filter as a final polish.