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Best Whole House Water Filter

Posted on 12/26/2009 by
If you have a whole house water filtration system you can take advantage of the benefits of bottled water by bottling your own! Many companies saw the selling of bottled water as a way to provide so called clean and healthy drinking water. It even became kind of popular to walk around with a bottle water in hand, just like celebrities do. It still is.
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Distillation Vs. Reverse Osmosis

Posted on 12/23/2009 by
The two most commonly recommended types of water by doctors are distilled water and reverse osmosis water. Both types are generally very pure although both can allow the carry over of trace contaminants if boiling points are similar or if molecular size is similar. Unfortunately, many advocates are unaware that ultra pure water is not the best for regular long-term consumption and that it can carry an unexpected long-term health risk.
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Is city water really that safe?

Posted on 12/18/2009 by
We often take the purity of our tap water for granted -- and we shouldn't. A carefully researched, documented and peer-reviewed study of the drinking water systems of 19 U.S. cities, found that pollution and deteriorating, out-of-date plumbing are sometimes delivering drinking water that might pose health risks to some residents.
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Whole House Filtration

Posted on 12/18/2009 by
Consider the advantages of whole house water filters when you decide that having filtered and purified drinking water is important to you and your family. First, determine the type and size of system that meets your needs. You may opt for relatively inexpensive point-of-use units that attach to a single faucet, but once you get a taste of the benefits of filtered water you may consider a purification system for the entire home.
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Posted on 12/18/2009 by
Chloramines are disinfectants used to treat drinking water. Chloramines are most commonly formed when ammonia is added to chlorine to treat drinking water. The typical purpose of chloramines is to provide longer-lasting water treatment as the water moves through pipes to consumers. This type of disinfection is known as secondary disinfection. Chloramines have been used by water utilities for almost 90 years, and their use is closely regulated. More than one in five Americans uses drinking water treated with chloramines. It is added in very small amounts to treated water to provide continuous disinfection in the pipes and tanks that distribute drinking water.
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Magnetic Water Conditioner

Posted on 12/18/2009 by
A magnetic water conditioner treats water with a magnetic field. The magnetic water conditioner includes a tank having an inlet operable to receive water from a pump and an outlet operable to discharge the water. The magnetic water conditioner is installed in close proximity to the pump. A plurality of permanent magnet members are aligned and spaced apart in the interior of the tank with north and south poles disposed at opposite sides of the permanent magnet members. The water flows through the gaps between the permanent magnet members, thus being subjected to magnetic fields created by the permanent magnet members.
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Riverside Tap Water Rated 2nd Worst in Nation

Posted on 12/16/2009 by
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Ozone Disinfection

Posted on 12/14/2009 by
In today's world of stricter drinking water disinfection standards there is a search for disinfection solutions that abide by the new standards while keeping the disinfection operation cost-efficient and safe. Ozone disinfection has the potential not only to meet but also to exceed the limits. Along with disinfection, the use of ozone for drinking water treatment can also have many other benefits such as taste and color removal, iron and manganese removal, and insecticide removal.
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Home Water Test

Posted on 12/14/2009 by
One of the most common sources of toxic metals, pollutants, bacteria, and fungi come from home water or well water. Even though foods saturated with artificial chemical food additives are a source of many body pollutants at the root of human disease, one of the most common and prolific sources of man-made chemicals polluting the human body come from our drinking water.
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Iron in Water

Posted on 12/14/2009 by
Iron is one of the most troublesome elements in water supplies. Making up at least 5 percent of the earth's crust, iron is one of the earth's most plentiful resources. Rainwater as it infiltrates the soil and underlying geologic formations dissolves iron, causing it to seep into aquifers that serve as sources of groundwater for wells. Although present in drinking water, iron is seldom found at concentrations greater than 10 milligrams per liter (mg/l) or 10 parts per million. However, as little as 0.3 mg/l can cause water to turn a reddish brown color. We experience red, brown, or yellow staining of laundry, glassware, dishes and household fixtures such as bathtubs and sinks. The water may also have a metallic taste and an offensive odor. Water system piping and fixtures can also become restricted or clogged.
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TDS Meters for Checking Water Quality and Hardness

Posted on 12/14/2009 by
TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids In Water. "Dissolved solids" refer to any minerals, salts, metals, cations or anions dissolved in water. This includes anything present in water other than the pure water (H20) molecule and suspended solids. (Suspended solids are any particles/substances that are neither dissolved nor settled in the water, such as wood pulp.)
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How to Remove Scale

Posted on 12/9/2009 by
Water Scales not only look bad but they can also damage your filters, pipes and their flow of pressure. Before trying to remove water scale, it is helpful to understand what water scale is. Water scale is a coating that forms on areas of the shower and taps that make contact with hard water. This hard water contains calcium or magnesium, which becomes rocklike when allowed to set. This rocklike build up can develop inside pipes and water heaters too. As a result, it can clog your pipes and cause a reduction in your water pressure. In addition, it can make your shower look grimy and dirty.
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Best Shower Filter

Posted on 12/8/2009 by
If you love to spend hours in the shower but are unaware of the disadvantages of not having a shower filter then this article is for you. Showers are both necessary and beneficial. It has been confirmed by the experts that the shower is the best way to release your stress and tension. It not only eases out your worries a bit but also provides you with immense pleasure. But majority of the people forget that the water with which they are bathing contains chlorine.
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What is the Difference Between a Water Conditioner and Water Softener?

Posted on 12/7/2009 by
The purpose of this article is to clarify different terms which consumers come across when buying water treatment products. The terms Water Softening and Water Conditioning are used interchangeably in the industry and do cause some confusion.
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