Monthly Archives: August 2016
Post by : Zerob
Why is RO purification better than boiling?
How many stages does the RO purification have?
Is RO Purification better than boiling?
Which is a better method other than boiling?
Does RO filtration have anti bacterial filters?
Boiling water for drinking is one of the most traditional methods of purifying water. When water is boiled it kills almost all bacteria present in it. However this does not make the water fully pure because by boiling water we cannot eliminate chemical or metallic pollutants like chlorine present in it. Boiling of water also cannot eliminate the bad smell present in water. Over and above this, the water cannot be consumed without cooling.
On the other hand in Reverse Osmosis purification process, water is allowed to pass through a semi-permeable membrane with pore structure of less than .00001 micron. This membrane blocks all impurities in water whose molecules are larger than the molecule of water and thereby effectively removes upto 99% of all contaminants present in water, including total dissolved solids, chemicals and micro biological impurities like bacteria and viruses.
Additionally anti-microbial filters used in RO purification also helps to remove unwanted odor, colour and taste from water – all of which cannot be removed through the process of boiling.
RO Purification is thus regarded as the most advanced and complete water purification process.
What are the health benefits of drinking pure water?
Can carbon filters remove contaminants in water?
How does drinking safe water help your immune system?
How pure is the water from a water purifier?
What is the known amount of toxins we know?
1. Water Purifiers reduce the risk of er, colon cancer, rectal and bladder cancer by removing chlorine and chlorine byproducts from drinking water.
2. Carbon water filters used in purifiers can remove dangerous contaminants from drinking water but at the same time helps in retaining healthy mineral deposits that balance the pH of drinking
3. Water Purifiers reduce the risk of gastrointestinal disease by more than 33 percent by removing cryptosporidium and giardia from drinking water.
4. Drinking Purified water form Water Purifiers help in developing children’s immune system
5. Water Purifiers defend our body against 2100 known toxins that may be present in drinking water.
Post by : Zerob
What are the advantages of installing a water softener?
Does softeners increase the life span of appliances?
Is there any advantage to install a water softener?
What is the cost of installing a water softener?
Can softeners lead to high electricity bill?
Though Water Softeners are a boon to people who tend to get hard water supplied to their homes, but here are a few points to ponder before installing a water softener at your home.
Advantages of Installing a Water Softener:
i) Water softeners improve efficiency and increase the life of the appliances and utensils
ii) Lathering becomes easier and there will be reduced stain marks in garments
iii) Utensils will look shinier due to the usage of soft water
iv) Soft water is advisable for people with skin conditions, such as eczema.
i)The initial cost of the Softener unit
ii)A water softener will increase your water usage.
iii)Softeners can lead to see a higher electric bill due to the cost of operating the unit.
You may weigh the above advantages and disadvantages before deciding on a Water Softener.
Post by : Zerob
Why to soften hard water?
How bad are the metal ions in hard water?
Is hard water harmful to your health?
How is hard water bad to your health?
What is the most common form of water softener?
Though hard water isn’t unhealthy, it can cause difficulties in keeping surfaces of utensils or appliances clean and stain free or prevent scaling. Softening of water can help alleviate these concerns that come with hard water.
Generally, water softeners that are used to make water soft, reduce contents of magnesium and calcium present in the hard water water. However, some water softeners also reduce ions of both iron and manganese.
The metal ions found in hard water react with soaps, making them lather less, and causing visible rings on surfaces, such as that commonly found in bathtubs using hard water.
Both calcium and magnesium present in hard water form deposits when the hard water is used for extended periods of time. This can cause build up on metal pipes, metal boilers, and on the insides of tea kettles. Over time this build-up can actually be destructive to equipment, because it can serve as a thermal insulator, leading to the possibility that metal gets overheated leading to damage of the equipment
The most common form of water softeners are ion-exchanging resin devices that are used for domestic purposes.