Why the Wash Box is Better
The Wash Box is a four stage filtration system versus other systems that use only a single stage or one type of filtration media. The Wash Box removes numerous contaminants that other systems do not address. With our four stage system each of our four filters has a totally different media and process of filtration, with the “spot free” stage being the last filter in the process. In the Wash Box system we protect this filter, which is the most costly filter, and use it as the last stage to polish the water. Also, no electrical hook up is required.
The other three less expensive filters accomplish this protection by removing the bulk of contaminants through absorption, oxidation, containment, and entrapment before the water passes through to the final stage. This prevents the “spot free” filter from being “used up” or prematurely contaminated. Other systems allow contaminants to pass through this process that our filters trap.
Some of the contaminants that our first three filters remove are chlorine, iron, and other corrosive chemicals and metals. The water is then filtered down to one micron. This means that no silt, sand, undissolved minerals, mold, oxidized metals or any substance larger than one micron in size will pass through to the final filter, thus saving it for the final polish & purification of the water, which is the job it is designed to do: remove all ions (both positive and negative) such as dissolved calcium, lime and magnesium that cause water spots.
The Wash Box system protects vehicles, boats, etc. from water spots and also electrolysis and corrosion that is caused by what is in the water before being treated by the Wash Box
The end result is that the Wash Box provides purer water than any type of ion exchange alone and the cost per gallon of the final product is much lower than other systems on the market.