Sapphire 500i

Sapphire 500i

Sediment Filters present in the Sapphire 500i are made of polypropylene resin, which incorporates the melt-blown non-woven technology, a process that uses high-velocity air to attenuate the filament.

This process is unique because it is used almost exclusively to produce microfibers that generally have diameters in the range of 2 to 4 µm although they may be as small as 0.1 µm.

Hence, it helps to protect the Granular Activated Carbon and UF Membrane Filters from being worn out even before its speculated lifespan.

In view of the process of purification, the technology (US Melt-Blown Technology & Japan Nano Technology) provides the user with purified water that is free from unwanted sediments and assured to remove up to 99.9% of chlorine.

From the beginning to the end of the purification process, zero electricity is used. Sapphire 500i simply works with water itself, no electricity is needed at all.

(Filter Lifespans are gauged by the usage of the system. Alternatively, a fixed volume of water purified by each filter guides the lifespans of the filters.)

Filter A, 20 µm Sediment Filter

This filter is based on the multi-leveled comprehensive filter manufacturing technology. Its outer pore size of 30 µm decreases to 20 µm to the inner pore, thus aiding in the removal of large particles, suspended solids, dirt, sand, rust dregs and sediment.

Filter B, 5 µm Sediment Filter

A multi-level structured comprehensive filter, it has a 15 µm outer pore size and a 5 µm inner pore size. It helps to remove even smaller particles. Thus helps to protect the functionality of the Granular Activated Carbon and enhances the life cycle of the UF Membrane filter.

Filter C & D, Granular Activated carbon

Our GAC have micro porous materials that have pore diameters of less than 2 nanometers and macro porous materials have pore diameters of greater than 50 nanometers; the mesoporous category thus lies in the middle. It is able to absorb a wide variety of organic contaminants including compounds that create tastes and odors in water. It removes inorganic chemicals like chlorine and pathogenic bacteria and Trihalomethane, Phenol and etc.

Filter E, UF Membrane Filter

Using Nano-Technology, our Nano-Engineered Technology membrane filter, a separation process, uses membranes with pore sizes in the range of 0.1 to 0.001 micron. It typically removes high molecular-weight substances, colloidal materials and organic and inorganic polymeric molecules, general bacteria, Ecoli and etc. Low molecular-weight organics and ions such as sodium, calcium, magnesium chloride and sulfate are not removed. Thus it helps to preserve the minerals in the water.