Blog : Water Filters

Reverse Osmosis Water Purification

  • 21-July-2017
  • published by: P & N
Reverse Osmosis Water Purification

Reverse Osmosis filtration cleans water by taking out the totally dissolved solids (TDS) which contaminate the water. Although city water treatment removes the dirt and debris and adds chlorine to prevent the spread of diseases, it does not remove the dissolved solids from the water. And with the increasing pollution of our surface and ground water with contaminants such as lead, mercury, and chromium-6, as well as the naturally occurring harmful contaminants such as arsenic, fluorides, and sulfides found in…

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The Importance of Water Purification

  • 18-July-2017
  • published by: P & N
The Importance of Water Purification

                    Despite the amazing modern standards of safety and cleanliness that we enjoy in the world today, there is unfortunately still no guarantee that the water from your tap is safe or healthy to drink. And the data on water contamination make that fact all too clear. The only way you can be sure that the water you are drinking is clean, healthy, and safe, is by taking measures yourself to…

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What’s Really In Your Water? Pros & Cons of Water Filter Types

  • 28-December-2016
  • published by: P & N
What’s Really In Your Water? Pros & Cons of Water Filter Types

Water is essential to our bodies. It is used in various physiological processes in the body, and makes up over 70% of human anatomy. Water consists of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen, which make up a molecule of water. There are two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom resulting in the chemical formula H2O.However, if the water is hard, other elements can be present. Some of these elements include: calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese and aluminum. Life cannot survive without water…

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The Importance of Water to a Healthy Lifestyle

  • 26-December-2016
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The Importance of Water to a Healthy Lifestyle

One of the most overlooked and important variables to a healthy lifestyle is water. As water contains no calories, sugar, artificial sweeteners or sodium, it does not have any detrimental effect on your health and is absolutely essential to human life. Most people do understand the importance of getting enough water. A minimum of eight to ten glasses of water every day is recommended to remain healthy and hydrated. With proper water intake, you can get better sleep, clearer skin…

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Fun Facts About Water

  • 31-July-2015
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Fun Facts About Water

There is the same amount of water on Earth today as there was 3 billion years ago. Three percent of the water on Earth is freshwater and only 1% is available for human consumption. Sixty-six percent of a human being is water. Seventy-five percent of the human brain is water Seventy-five percent of a living tree is water. You could survive about a month without food, but only 5 to 7 days without water. On the average, each American uses…

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How Safe Is Your Drinking Water? Is It Really Pure and Natural?

  • 21-July-2015
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How Safe Is Your Drinking Water? Is It Really Pure and Natural?

As human beings, we need to drink … constantly. Whether it’s in the form of juice, tea, coffee or other beverages, liquid is vital to our biological makeup. Our bodies consist of 80% fluids, of which approximately 72% is water.  Experts agree we get the best benefits from drinking water and, because water is viewed as clean and natural, most of us assume that any old water will do. That can be a foolish and even dangerous assumption! Not all…

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Chlorine In Your Tap Water – Get it Out!

  • 02-June-2015
  • published by: P & N
Chlorine In Your Tap Water – Get it Out!

Chlorine is a powerful oxidant added to drinking water by suppliers in order to protect the drinking water from disease-causing organisms, or pathogens. Chlorine protects people from water-borne diseases which is why public water systems are required to maintain a detectible disinfectant residual in the distribution system. In accordance with the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974, the levels of disinfectant are monitored and if the levels rise above the MRDL (maximum residual disinfectant level) the water supplier must take…

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