RO+UV Purifiers

The Dual Technology of RO+UV Water Purifiers

Individually, RO and UV systems are reliable in killing microorganisms and contaminants that may be present in your drinking water. An Ultraviolet (UV) filetring system uses ultraviolet lights in a specific wavelength to render contaminants unable to function and reproduce. While Reverse Osmosis (RO) system provides multi-stage fitlration that can remove impurities and kill microorganisms 100 percent.

Now imagine having these two powerful filtration systems in one water purifier. There's no need to imagine, you can just check out our RO+UV water purifiers down below!

We can tell you why you should choose and upgrade to RO+UV water purifiers:

1. Health

What you are really concerned about is the health of your family. That’s why you’ll be glad to know that RO+UV filters can kill bacterias, viruses, microorganisms and contaminants. It can also remove hard elements like aluminum, magnesium and arsenic that may harm your family.

2. Saves money

We all know that aside from health benefits, you would most likely decide whether to buy a water purifier or not for its efficiency. You're asking if it’s worth it to buy a water purifier or not. And the answer is definitely yes. Compared to having to buy bottles or gallons of commercially produced purified water from convenience stores or your local water refilling stations, it’s much more affordable and much more convenient to have your own water purifier at home. Specifically, a RO+UV water purifier.

3. No foul taste and odor

A clean and pure drinking water is tasteless, colorless and odorless. With a RO+UV water purifier, you achieve just that.

4.  Saves Time

No need to turn on your stove nor plug your water heaters or coffee makers. You also don’t have to wait for the water to cool down to be able to drink safe and healthy drinking water. With just a press of a button, you get that same safe and healthy water.

5. Environment Friendly

You won’t have to buy a plastic bottle or use gas and increase your carbon footprint for pure drinking water.

So did we convince you now? Go get your own RO+UV water purifiers down below.