Water Filters-What's The Differences?   



Water Filters-What's The Differences?

 
WATER DISTILLERS
These filters eliminate all impurities in water.
Unfortunately, they also get rid of minerals which are important for good health.

CARBON FILTERS
Carbon water filters are less expensive than other filters. Carbon filters are made from coconut husk and can sift out pollutants such as cryptosporidium, without altering the water's pH level.

REVERSE OSMOSIS (RO)

This filter draws water through a thin membrane and filters out clean (drinkable) water.
The contaminated water is separated to one side of the membrane and, with the use of pressure, the osmotic process is stopped and then reversed. The more popular version today is the twin membrane filter which can trap particles as small as 0.01 micron and suitable for household use.

ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION
This is more of a sterilisation system, whereby water is passed through a glass element and exposed to high frequency light to destroy living organisms.

CATALYTIC CONVERSION
This system does just that: it converts impurities like pollutants, heavy metals and chlorine into harmless substances by breaking them down into basic structures.

ELECTROLYSED ALKALINE WATER FILTER
This system filters water first and then separates it into two parts, one acidic and the other alkaline.
The alkaline water is more suited for drinking, while acidic water is better for external use and household cleaning due to its antiseptic nature.
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Evelyn


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