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Natural Disasters and Water Filtration Systems - They Make a Difference

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Natural Disasters and Water Filtration Systems - They Make a Difference

In February of this year, the state of Texas experienced a weather anomaly, a deep freeze. Winters in Texas are generally mild, with lows between 26 and 56 degrees Fahrenheit.  Unfortunately, that was not the case this year as a polar vortex brought snow, ice, and incredible cold to the Lonestar State.   Power Crisis Affected the Water Supply This weather event caused the state’s natural gas pipeline to freeze, resulting in mass power outages affecting millions of people. For days on end, citizens of Texas lived without heat, electricity, and clean running water. The restoration of power was, unfortunately, not...

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Blanket Drive Success!

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Blanket Drive Success!

Thank you to everyone who helped us with our Blanket Drive. We were able to delivery over 150 blankets total in a short time.  During these times, people need help and anything we give will help. Just the time you take out of your day to purchase a blanket is very much appreciated. So thank you and happy holidays. 

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DIY Reverse Osmosis System Part 2 Hook up and Testing a RO Membrane

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So we built a reverse osmosis system from scratch with just a few inline filters and a membrane housing with a new membrane in our last video. This video, we just wanted to do a quick test of the water quality of the reverse osmosis membrane. Normally, we would want to flush a system using a tank to really give it a good flow of water and get the unit to flush out quickly and properly but in this set up, we just want to run it for a good few minutes and check on the immediate quality of the...

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DIY Reverse Osmosis for Home Drinking Water by Isopure Water

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DIY Reverse Osmosis for Home Drinking Water by Isopure Water

We wanted to have people know and understand that anyone can build a reverse osmosis system to have clean drinking water at home. What is being shown right now is pretty much everything you need to make a reverse osmosis system (minus a faucet). For some people, maybe you'd prefer to just fill up a gallon then turn it off but if you want a faucet, you can just add $20 to your cost of building the unit out. Priced out completely the unit costs about $150 with a faucet. What costs a lot is the tank and faucet but...

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How To Change Whole House Water Filtration

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Municipal tap water and bottled water which have meagre regulations are said to contain plenty of impurities in them. Installation of a water filter system in your home is the best solution to getting clean, safe and refreshing water. The

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