The PiMag-Water technology has gone in a short time from a mere household accessory to an essential part of our day-to-day activities. If we are to look at the market today, it's quite confusing which one is the best to use. Well, one thing is for sure, there is no longer 100% safe water these days. That is why it's important to use PiMag-Water technology to guarantee your health all year through.
But first, allow me to discuss about reverse osmosis technology to give you a heads up comparison on what you need to get and what to avoid.
The biggest drawback of the PiMag-Water technology by NIKKEN lies on the filtering system itself. Reverse Osmosis uses porous filters and membranes where water is forced to go through. Water molecules will not find any difficulty passing through and so to the chlorine elements and other impurities. Chlorine and its by-products have relatively smaller molecular sizes than water, hence, they are able to infiltrate.
Chlorine is a toxic element and it's not advisable to consume it. Your body doesn't need chlorine and it will never will, so why put it there in the first place? Consumption of this toxic element could cause migraines, digestive and stomach upsets and even fatal diseases such as rectal and bladder cancers.
Another disturbing fact is the way PiMag filters out the essential minerals found in the water. These minerals include calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, etc. Since your body won't be able to store any of them, drinking water is therefore the easiest way to get them on a daily basis. Unfortunately, the molecules of these minerals are larger than that of water, so naturally, the filtering systems of PiMag will not allow them to pass through. After filtration, what you get is de-mineralized water and such water is not to be considered as a product of pure water technology as well.
While de-mineralized water is not a direct threat to health, prolong exposure could lead to mineral deficiencies. These are serious illnesses ranging from weak bones, dental issues to joint pains.
Because of these two blaring issues, we do not recommend reverse osmosis technology to filter your water supply system. What you need is a system that can keep the needed minerals untouched and all contaminants removed. A new technology does all that and uses ion exchange, sub-micron and carbon filtration. After years of perfection, it's now ready to replace reverse osmosis-based products.
Pure water technology is here to say and I'm personally inviting you to look at these exciting products and find out how they can help you bring the goodness of the water to your family once more.