Which Water Purifier is Best for Your Home?
No matter how clear your water looks, it may still contain bacteria and harmful contaminants. That is why it is important to have a water purification system in your home. Water purifier ensures you are using safe and clean water.
If you have already set your mind about getting a water purifier. The next step would be to find out what is the best type of purifier that will suit your needs.
Here is everything you need to know about the types of water purifier:
Most of the budget-friendly water purifiers use Activated Water Carbon. It is usually made from charcoal, though, it can also be made from divided small pieces of coconut shells, nutshells, and wood.
Activated Water Carbon uses adsorption property to purify water. It removes chemicals that make water taste and smell bad. It also removes chemicals like chlorine and pesticides from water. If you’re interested in this type of water purifier, you can check out:
FS2 KAS AG water purifier removes particles in water and uses Kinetic Degradation Fusion (KDF) + Nano Silver Fiber (AG) polishing filter that enhances the quality of water for a crisp and refreshing taste.
The FP2 AG is a cost-effective water purifier that removes particles as small as 1 micron in sizes. It efficiently removes chlorine, foul taste, odor, and other hazardous chemicals. FP2 AG also eliminates bacterial growth at 99.99% efficiency.
It also has a 3-stages variant: the FP3 AG. It uses FA Resin that softens the water and removes excess minerals.
Water Purifier such as FA4 AG uses 4 stages of purification to remove chemicals from water and enhances the quality of it for a crisp and refreshing taste. It is also having 2 and 3 stages variant.
If you want a higher level of purification, you can consider the RO 60 GPD. The RO 60 GPD uses reverse osmosis. Reverse osmosis user semipermeable membrane to purify water. And has 5 stages of water purification that efficiently removes bacteria, bad mineral substances, chemical contaminants, and other dissolved matter. It has a filtration capacity of up to 0.0001 microns.
While other types of water purifier you can consider are:
UV Water Purifier – this water purifier uses ultraviolet light to kill germs in the water. The dead bodies of germs remain in the water but it will not cause you any harm.
Ultrafiltration (UF) Water Purifier – this water purifier uses fibers from a thin layer of material to separate water and other particles present in water. This water purifier only produces hard water as it cannot remove dissolved salts from the water.
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