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Reverse Osmosis And Bacteria

It is imperative that drinking water is free of chemical contaminants, viruses and bacteria, and is therefore as pure as possible. In simplest terms, while there is good and bad bacteria, the bacteria that is found in water tends to be pathogenic, which means they can cause serious health concerns. Examples of these bacteria include salmonella and E.coli. Reverse osmosis is a water purification method that helps to remove various impurities from water.

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Minerals Removed By Water Filtration

The terms “hard water” and “soft water” are used quite frequently, but often misunderstood. Hard water contains a much larger quantity of minerals, such as calcium or magnesium, which have been dissolved but that are still present.

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Backflow Causes

Most people use water every day in their homes, but few stop to think about where it comes from. Water is delivered into our homes via water distribution systems. Water distribution systems are designed so that water flows in only one direction. This allows a fresh supply of water to travel directly from the centre of distribution to the consumer.

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UV Water Treatments

UV water treatments, also known as ultraviolet water treatments, are designed to remove harmful pathogens like bacteria and pathogens that can lead to illness from your drinking water. UV water treatments are capable of destroying 99.99% of harmful microorganisms, which makes them the most effective method of disinfecting water.

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Water Softener Benefits

Water softeners are the answer to your hard water problems. Hard water, which is water that contains high levels of calcium and magnesium, is very damaging to many aspects of your home, from your plumbing system to your kitchen appliances. This is due to the fact that mineral deposits build up in your pipes and appliances and goes on to cause clogs.

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