New water purifier launched

Kent RO Systems Limited launched its new dual technology water purifier ‘Kent Supreme’ in the city recently.

Published: 09th April 2013 07:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th April 2013 07:32 AM   |  A+A-


Kent RO Systems Limited launched its new dual technology water purifier ‘Kent Supreme’ in the city recently.

This patented, world’s first ‘Zero Water Wastage’ technology developed by Kent uses an  advanced computer controlled process that offers multiple advantages that leave other purifiers far behind, according to a release. For instance, the Kent system enhances purified water recovery rate to over 50%, much more than ordinary RO purifiers. Plus, for ‘zero wastage’, it also features a separate tank that stores the ‘reject’ water, which can be later used for other purposes.

Launching the product, Mahesh Gupta, chairman, Kent RO Systems Limited, said, “The existing Reverse Osmosis (RO) products take 40 litres of raw water to produce 10 litres of RO water and  75 per cent water is wasted in the process. On the other hand, Kent Supreme is capable of recovering 100 percent of water in use. The membrane in the purifier is washed automatically. While 50 per cent of the water is purified, the rest is stored in a separate ‘Reject Water Tank’, which can then be used for washing utensils etc.”

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