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People are turning to water filters to provide them with fresh, great tasting water at a fraction of the price of bottled water. If you want to improve your water quality for cooking, drinking or cleaning Rain Water Wizard Plumbing Services can install a system that will suit your needs.
Water filters used to be considered a luxury but it is now increasingly considered to be a must!
Osmosis is a process that happens when two solutions of different concentrations are seperated by a semi-permeable membrane. Reverse osmosis is the opposite it works by forcing water under pressure against an ultrafine semi-permeable membrane that is designed to allow single water molecules to permeate through, while at the same time rejecting most contaminants. The membrane acts as a mechanical filter, straining out particulate matter, mirco-organisms, asbestose, even single molecules of heavier organic compounds.
Different to filter cartridges, membranes don't accumulate pollutants, the membranes do though gradually degrade and should be changed every three - five years or as per manufacturers instructions.
Water Filtration Systems
Reverse Osmosis Purifiers
Filter Housing and Cartridges
Filter housings and cartridges can be used for a wide range of applications ranging from a single point of entry such as a kitchen sink to multiple points of use. Your choice of cartridge is dependent on your household requirements.
Single and Twin Systems
Water filters generally come as either single or twin filter systems. Single systems are suitable for most normal home applications while twin systems provide increased capacity and are better for problem water areas.
Whole House Filter Systems
Whole house systems effectively filter the total water supply of the home, they are excellent for areas where water quality is generally poor. They filter water for drinking and cooking. They also can deliver clean water for use in bathrooms, laundries and household appliances including hot water services.
Filter Cartridges need to be replaced at regular intervals as per manufacturers instructions, on average six to twelve months.