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How QFL Super Water is made?

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How QFL Super Water is made?

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Tap water is diverted to QFL Ozipure 2000 using a diverter valve. The 3-stage filter in the unit removes turbidity, chlorine, arsenic, hydrogen sulfide, lead, mercury, iron and other chemicals. This clean water is passed through a very small nozzle to break it down in very small bubbles. These small bubbles are then mixed with ozone generated in the unit (A Patented Process of Ozone Generation in the unit is used). Because the water bubbles are very small, the ozone mixes in the water almost instantaneously. Ozone in the water kills germs, bacteria, viruses and other water borne microbes in seconds. The excess ozone gets converted in to oxygen. The result is oxygen rich Super Water at the rate of ¾ Gallons per minute.

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