Frequently Ask Questions

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Before water is pumped to our homes it is disinfected through the addition of chlorine and other chemicals. Whilst this process eliminates viruses and bacteria it can also produce many disinfection by-products (DBPs) including:

Trihalomethanes (THMs)

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)

Haloacetic Acids (HAAs)

The level of DBPs that exist in our water depends on many different factors, making it difficult for us to know exactly how much of these are in our tap water. In addition, water often has to travel for miles before it reaches our taps, making it impossible for us to prevent any other potential contamination (e.g. from pesticides, herbicides, insecticides).

The aim of a water filter is to purify the water as much as possible removing the vast percentage of these compounds as well as many others. The most commonly used house filters have activated carbon as the filter media. These filters work by passing the unfiltered water through the carbon to remove specific compounds. This is fitted in conjunction with a sediment filter to remove any larger particulates. The end product for you and your family is a supply of water which is: SAFER TO DRINK SAFER TO BATHE IN BETTER TASTING BETTER SMELLING MORE COST EFFECTIVE THAN BOTTLED WATER IMPROVES THE HEALTH OF YOUR SKIN AND HAIR
A water purification filter is a device or system designed to remove impurities and contaminants from water, improving its quality and making it safe for consumption. [{{type}} Annotation] These filters use various technologies to eliminate particles, chemicals, bacteria, and other harmful substances from water.
Water purification filters are essential for ensuring the safety and cleanliness of your drinking water. They help remove potentially harmful substances such as chlorine, heavy metals, sediment, bacteria, and viruses. By using a water purification filter, you can have peace of mind knowing that the water you consume is free from contaminants.
There are several types of water purification filters available, including activated carbon filters, reverse osmosis filters, ultraviolet (UV) filters, ceramic filters, and ion exchange filters. Each type has its own unique way of removing specific contaminants, and the choice depends on your specific water quality concerns and preferences.
Activated carbon filters work by adsorption, which is the process of attracting and binding impurities to the surface of the carbon. The activated carbon has a large surface area with tiny pores that trap and remove contaminants like chlorine, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and some heavy metals, resulting in improved taste and odor of the water.
UV filtration uses ultraviolet light to destroy the DNA of microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses, rendering them unable to reproduce and causing them to become inactive. It is an effective method for eliminating harmful microorganisms from water without the use of chemicals.
Yes, most water purification filters are designed for easy installation. They usually come with clear instructions and all the necessary components for setup. However, the complexity of installation may vary depending on the type and model of the filter. It’s always recommended to follow the manufacturer’s instructions or consult a professional if needed.
The frequency of filter cartridge replacement depends on the type of filter and the water quality in your area. Generally, it is recommended to replace the filter cartridge every 3 to 6 months, but some filters may last up to a year. It’s important to check the manufacturer’s recommendations for your specific filter model.
Different water purification filters are designed to target specific contaminants. While they can effectively remove a wide range of impurities, no filter can eliminate all types of contaminants. It’s important to choose a filter that addresses your specific water quality concerns and regularly check the filter’s performance to ensure optimal purification.
Water purification filters can be more environmentally friendly compared to buying bottled water. They help reduce the consumption of single-use plastic bottles and the energy required for their production and transportation. Additionally, our filters are designed to be recyclable, reducing their environmental impact.
Filters are replaced just once a year.