How does our one-of-a-kind filtration system work?

Removes all the harmful content to keep you healthy and hydrated at all time with the best taste that you can get from water.

Our water purifying system utilizes six unique steps that function in sync.

Step 1 & 2 - Neo-Sense Filter

Two Combined Filters (Plus Sediment and Pre-Carbon Filters) removes particles, chlorine, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and dissolved organic and inorganic impurities

We use a mesh water filter to trap big bits of dirt. The second sediment filter gets rid of smaller particles. This stops the main carbon filter being inhabited by larger molecules, increasing its effectiveness.

Pre-Carbon activated carbon filter absorbs chemicals : Our activated carbon filter uses charcoal ‘adsorption’. It means molecules in the water (such as chlorine, odor, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and dissolved organic and inorganic impurities) are trapped and removed from water you drink.


Step 3 - RO Membrane Filter

Reverse Osmosis Membrane Filter removes water contaminants such as heavy metals, harmful organic chemicals, microbes as well as radioactive substances are all removed such as pentavalent arsenic, barium, cadmium, selenium, radium 226/228, trivalent chromium, hexavalent chromium, lead, nitrate/nitrite

Our clever RO Membrane Filter prevents scale, you will not see any scale parts in your kettle or in your coffee machine.


Step 4&5 - Plus Inno-Sense Filter

Two Combined Post Filters (Post Carbon + Fine Filters) reduces odours and improves the taste of water. Fine post-carbon filter to reduce smell induction material, aesthetic chlorine, and VOC's, and improves taste of Water Fine dust filter to reduce fine particles.

These filter set get rid of the peculiar smells and odours and get rid of the taste. And also it removes the organic solvents that color the water, which makes the water colorless. This activated carbon filter removes chlorine, chemicals left by other filters, and small particles.


What does the Monso Water System filter out?

Our 6 step filtration process filters out all the harmful content that you were unaware that could be in your drinking water!


If your home has an aging plumbing system, especially with galvanized pipes, rust can leech off of your pipes and flow into the water that comes out of your taps. This also happens in towns with aging water infrastructures, which is common in many places around the country.


Chlorine is a chemical that is added to water by your water supplier to avoid bacteria in water. Althought as soon as the chlorine effect goes, bacteria is formed again in your drinking water. It also have a very hard smell and taste that could lead you to fed up drinking water.


Limescale is actually the result of hard water. Hard water is filled with minerals including calcium, carbonate, magnesium and manganese. When scale deposits are showing on your coffee maker, tea kettle, carafes and water glasses there is probably a “hard” problem in your home.


Past research has indicated that 5.25 trillion plastic pieces are floating in the ocean, but a new study says that there are 2.5 to 10 times more microplastics in the ocean than previously thought, while another recent study found that microplastic “hotspots” could hold 1.9 million pieces per square meter.researchers pose that microscopic plastic particles may also be entering water sources from the air.

Dirt and Sediment

Water quality is a huge problem these days. Dirt and sediment is another problem in water. Although fine sediment particles might not be visible, larger sediment in your water can cause it to come out looking murky or muddy. It can also cause lead to the appearance of dirt-like particles in your water and ice. Water with sediment in it can impact the water’s taste and odor, giving it a earthy taste or odor.


Some of these bacteria can be harmful to human health. Drinking water with disease-causing bacteria, viruses, or parasites (collectively called pathogens) can make you sick. It is not practical to test drinking water for every type of pathogen, but it is simple to test drinking water for coliform bacteria. The presence of coliform bacteria can indicate there may be harmful pathogens in the water.

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