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Hard Water Dark Secrets Revealed

Hard Water Dark Secrets Revealed

Americans are starting to focus more on the purity of their products, food, and air. It's no surprise that more and more people are starting to look into the shocking facts about hard water and how they can go about fixing the issues that hard water causes. Here are some hard water facts and what you can do to purify your water. It Destroys Your Hair Yes, hard water can destroy your precious locks. Have you been noticing that your hair is dull, straw-like, limp, and coated in a film lately? You can thank your hard water for that. Switching...

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Fluoride

Fluoride

Not as evil as you have been told Water filters for your shower are terrific for reducing your exposure to chlorine and chlorine gas.  The best quality filters also remove heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, herbicides, pesticides, and negate the effects of bacteria, viruses, algae, and even nasty protozoans. There are very few filters that remove fluoride from water.  The reason for this is that it makes it needlessly expensive, and it is mostly unnecessary.  There are very few areas in the world that are over-fluoridated, as shown on this map.  Let’s look a little closer at the North American portion. Fluoride...

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Running Afoul of Clean Water

Running Afoul of Clean Water

What is that smell? Okay, okay, maybe it’s not quite as bad as we all imagined when the heroes ended up in a garbage masher aboard the Imperial Death Star, while rescuing the princess.  However, it is hard to argue that any sort of odor is acceptable when we’re in the shower.  Water is supposed to be pristine and pure; it’s supposed to make us feel like we’re removing everything that has accumulated, not adding another layer. Where do odors come from? There are innumerable possibilities for the contaminants themselves.  Let’s start by looking at the potential sources. The One-Tap...

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Activated Carbon and Water Filters

Activated Carbon and Water Filters

Getting rid of Organic Solutes There are two mechanisms by which activated carbon removes contaminants from water.  The first one is called adsorption, which is not to be confused with absorption.  The second one is called catalytic reduction. Adsorption vs Absorption Since the spelling is very similar people often confuse these two terms.  When you clean up some spilled water with a paper towel, the moisture is absorbed, and travels inside the actual structure of the paper fibers.  That doesn’t happen with activated carbon. Activated carbon uses adsorption, a principle which is much more like flypaper because unwanted chemicals stick...

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KDF 55 Filters Kinetic Degradation Fluxion

KDF 55 Filters Kinetic Degradation Fluxion

It sounds complicated… What is it? It really isn’t that difficult.  With activated carbon filtration, you may remember, it works because the carbon has an immense surface area.  An amount that would just cover your thumbnail possesses the same surface area as a full-sized NHL hockey rink.  Carbon filtration relies on the fact that the water (and the impurities within) comes into contact with the carbon surface and the impurities get trapped like flies on flypaper. KDF filters use a completely different principle.  Using high-purity copper and zinc alloys interspersed with brass granules creates a tiny little electric field resulting...

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