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The History of Water Filters

Do you ever wonder where and when water filtering started? Since the beginning of civilization, filtering water has always been a significant problem. That is from ancient Greece and Egypt up to date. Records are dating back to early civilizations on ancient water filters. Considering the increased water pollution since Read more…

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Types of Water Filtration Methods

Drinking safe, clean, and good tasting water is healthy. In most homes, water purifiers are used in removing bad odor, lead, and other chemical impurities found in water. Water filters have high efficiency, depending on the model acquired. Different brands and models function in unique ways. If you are planning Read more…

What Does Charcoal Do In Water Filtration

Charcoal Filters and Carbon Filters Charcoal is an extremely porous carbon which forms when millions of micro-pores open between carbon atoms open up after it mixes with oxygen. Charcoal can attract and hold very many contaminants passing through it. People treat charcoal with oxygen to make activated charcoals that are Read more…

What is the Best Water Filter

Do You Need A Water Filter? The answer is absolute YES. Why? Water filters are useful in protecting people from potentially harmful contaminants in water. People who receive municipal tap water do not have control of its quality, but they can use water filters to purify the water they receive. Read more…

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What Is Reverse Osmosis (RO)?

It is one of the popular and best water filtration methods available in the market today. It works by forcing water across a semi-permeable membrane, leaving contaminants behind that are then flushed down the drain. In other words, this method allows you to deionize or demineralize water by forcing it Read more…

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History of Reverse Osmosis

A brief history of reverse osmosis  Reverse osmosis, popularly known as RO water is a process through which water is passed through a semi-permeable membrane. Ions, molecules, and larger particles are removed (Wikipedia).  In 1748, a French physicist called Jean Antoine Nollet used a pig’s bladder in reverse osmosis as Read more…

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