Reverse Osmosis 5 Stages De-ionization System For Aquarium

Having an Aquarium is fun, fish lovers find it stress reliever but big part of fish keeping is CHOOSING THE RIGH WATER for your aquarium.
While we cannot see it, Water actually contains many different elements of dissolved solids in it, some are good, others are dangerous and can kill your fish.

Fish can adapt to any water conditions, however, it does have a negative impact in their health, they might not breed or they might die.
Tap water is the easiest source of water for aquariums because it is readily available in your home, this is a good source of fresh water but you have to consider also the content of this water which is commonly having a good content of chlorine.
There are some minerals which is not good for fish and need to remove; 1. Ammonia
2. Nitrate
3. NitrIte
4. Phosphate
5. Chlorine
6. Chloramide
7. Hardness

Good thing, we have the technology called RO-DI system. The combination of RO System and DI filter cartridge.

RO System removes the dust, rust particles from water, having an Activated Carbon in the pre filtration, it also removes the bad smell and CHLORINE from the tap water. Part of the process of the RO System is pushing the tap water into a thin film RO Membrane which is having a 0.001 micron filtration which removes almost all minerals from the water, this process will make your tap water into pure water.

DI Resin Filter Cartridge is a filter filled with chemical Resin which removes minerals which is not being removed by RO System and man-made chemicals such as pesticides from the water.

★ The DI Resin attracts and traps contaminants and exchanges it for the ingredients needed to create pure water.

★ In aquariums, DI Resin Filter Cartridge units are not purchased on their own. They are used in addition to an RO system.


Well, while RO-DI system can give 0 ppm-5 ppm TDS level of water, we can get a purest water possible created at your own home.

5 STAGE RO-DI system are commonly used for reef tanks where even minor contaminants can upset sensitive corals.


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