HOW DOES IT WORK
The filter unit is a “composite” or composite material, made up of three natural materials: clay, sawdust and colloidal silver. Together, these materials have the following characteristics:
The clay creates microscopic channels within the interior walls of the filtration unit and traps all contaminants in the water, including solids, BACTERIA AND PARASITES.
The sawdust turns into activated carbon during the process, and this eliminates all bad smells, tastes and turbidity from the water regardless of its origin (stream, river, well, lagoon or lake).
Colloidal silver is impregnated into the surface of the ceramic filter after it is sewn in the oven. It is a bactericide used throughout the world to purify water and does not have any side effects. This works as a second protective layer to neutralize contaminants.
At the beginning, the filtration is slow, it is due to the natural process where the pores of the filter unit begin to open, this makes the water taste like clay during the first few filtrations. You have to remove the water from the first filters and empty the container completely, several times, (although we recommend that you taste the taste, since each filter can vary) to remove the taste from the water.