Purified Still Water




Reverse Osmosis is a process where water is demineralised using high pressure to force incoming water through a semi-permeable membrane producing the cleanest water possible.

Normal filtration units will only reduce certain contaminants such as silt, rust, chlorine and bacteria. Reverse osmosis purifies water up to 99.9% or 1 micron, thus removing other dissolved contaminants such as colloid, lead, mercury, germs and other metals. Chlorine is the used internationally as the most effective way to clean municipal water, most importantly reverse osmosis systems removes chlorine, a known carcinogen, from municipal water.

Available in 350ml, 500ml, 750ml, 1L, 5L, 10L and in 20L and 25L containers