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UV Disinfection Systems

Posted by Administrator on 1/8/2010
Ultraviolet disinfection is a means of killing or rendering harmless microorganisms in a dedicated environment. These microorganisms can range from bacteria and viruses to algae and protozoa. UV disinfection is used in air and water purification, sewage treatment protection of food and beverages, and many other disinfection and sterilization applications. A major advantage of UV treatment is that it is capable of disinfecting water faster than chlorine without cumbersome retention tanks and harmful chemicals. UV treatment systems are also extremely cost efficient!

PURA UV (All in One Whole House Filtration)

Posted by Administrator on 1/8/2010
Ultraviolet (UV) technology has been used for more than seven decades to eliminate disease-causing microorganisms, primarily in industrial and commercial applications. Today; however, this technology is gaining popularity in the residential sector because it can be applied to almost any water system, It adds no chemicals to the water,  It wastes no water and it's inexpensive to maintain.

Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF) Water Filters

Posted by Administrator on 1/8/2010
KDF is an alloy of copper and zinc that is used in most shower filters and some drinking water filters. It removes free chlorine from water by reversing the electrochemical process that originally produced the chlorine. Chlorine is created by separating chloride ions from sodium in a brine solution.

Water Testing Before Buying Filters

Posted by Administrator on 1/1/2010
The term ?water filter? can be a bit misleading, because there are drastically different types of equipment for filtering water that share the same name. Pitchers and faucet mounts filter tap water for drinking, while whole-house water filters reduce contaminants like sediment and rust in your plumbing. The type of water filter that you need depends on the type of contaminants in your water and how much water you want to purify. But its very, very important to test your water before you purchase a water filter. The contaminants in your water will determine the water filter system that?s best for you. If you have more than one of the four classes of contaminants in your water, combine the appropriate water filter systems to remove them. Look for water filters that list NSF or other laboratory certification for the contaminants you need to remove.