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By : Vicki Hat    99 or more times read
You may be living in an area known for having the best drinking water but you still have to exercise due diligence to be certain of this. Water comes from various sources: groundwater, rivers, reservoirs, from rain and many others. As it travels to reach your faucets, it picks various elements, chemicals and substances that could either enrich it or contaminate it. Either way, you can never be too sure that your water is safe for drinking.

Because of these uncertainties, several methods have been developed to create a safer drinking water for your homes. One of which is the water filtration system.

Water filtration systems works to purify water. It involves the use of a physical barrier, chemicals and other components to separate the contaminants. Basically it can be used for almost anything, irrigation systems, your plumbing system at home and recreation centers.

The Need for Filtration Systems

Who needs a filtration system at home? Everybody may need this. However, it is a must for the following:

  1. Those waters that have been tested and found to contain lead, radon, radium, nitrates and other contaminants in their waters.

  2. Those that have obvious plumbing system problems like corroded pipes, discolored water.

  3. Those that have water contaminated with bacteria, viruses and parasites.

  4. Those that have members of the family that is known to have immunity problems.


Water testing is really important to determine the quality of water you have. As mentioned, everybody can have water filter systems but if you are having second thoughts in obtaining this machine, the results of water testing would erase your doubts. Whether known contaminated waters or not, water filter systems are for you advantage.

Types of Filtration Methods

Several devices have been developed to create an effective water filtration. Some of these devices you can buy and use for your homes. If you want to get to know them, here are some that are effective for home use:

  1. Water distiller- here, water is being boiled and the vapor being produced is being re-condensed to create pure water. It is best for those who are known to have heavy metals in their water.

  2. Ultraviolet- the name of the device makes use of ultraviolet rays to kill microbes.

  3. Carbon filters- Carbon is used to filter to adsorb chemicals and other contaminants. It is effective in removing bad odor and taste on your water.

  4. Reverse osmosis- this is a kind of filtration system that involves the use of a fine membrane that allows water to pass through while filtering dirt and contaminants.

  5. ceramic filters- its filter is composed of diatomaceous earth or silicon shells that has the capacity to trap microbes with sizes as low as .22 micron.

There are other filtration systems that are made available in the market. What is good about them is that they are easy to install. They will need some maintenance but having them is worth it. You can enjoy good quality water systems if you have them around.
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