Water Purifier Reviews What's The Best Way To Filter Drinking Water Effectively? According to several water purifier reviews we've conducted, there are many different systems out there that do not live up to their hype. While just about any type of filtration system will remove some unwanted elements from your drinking supply, some will definitely do the job more efficiently and more effectively than others. One water purifier review focused on distillation and reverse osmosis systems. Distilling is an old process of heating H20 into a steam, which boils away impurities, then converting the steam back to liquid. Unfortunately, some chemicals and diseases are not removed and end up in the drinking supply. Reverse osmosis forces H20 through a fine membrane: the problem is that many chemicals are molecularly smaller than water, therefore are not strained out. Both systems are also slow-yield, hard to maintain, and expensive. Additionally, they both remove important minerals such as potassium and calcium. Other water purifier reviews focused on the most popular filtration medium: carbon. Most of the best H20 treatment systems employ activated carbon. It works through the process known as adsorption where liquids and dissolved solids adhere to the surface of a solid medium (carbon). Yet, a water purifier review discovered that not all carbon-based treatment products are alike. If a product contains low levels of activated carbon or the carbon is not exposed to H20 very long, some contaminated elements can end up in the drinking supply. Also, these types of filters are most effective when they are first being used. Over time, the filter will become clogged, and its filtration abilities will lessen. Additionally, bacteria can grow in carbon, we discovered during another one of our water purifier reviews, so using a carbon filter too long and you can actually be adding contaminants to your glass. Overall, carbon filters remain the best mechanisms for treating your drinking supply. However, since they are not 100% effective, a water purifier review of ours found that they are best used as part of a multi-step process which is able to remove all impurities from H20 and change it so that it is even more beneficial. Our water purifier reviews found that H20 treatment systems that contain at least two separate filters with at least one being carbon, are the best for removing all chemicals and stray bits of sediment. If the first filter misses one contaminant, the second filter is there to catch it. Typically the first filter is there to catch larger particles while the second filter removes smaller elements and pathogens.
This makes safe, pure drinking liquid, but there are additional ways you can ensure that what you are drinking is as beneficial as it can be to you. One water purifier review found that some systems work an ion exchange, replacing lead ions with the beneficial mineral potassium. Other studies discovered that an ionizing water filter produces alkaline H20 which is full of oxygen and extra electrons for fighting free radicals and acidic H20 which is excellent for external cleansing. In all of our water purifier reviews, we found overwhelmingly that carbon-based filters worked best in conjunction with other steps that removed everything that should not be in your glass and added all the things that should be there to improve your health. Martin Spencer is a health researcher who has been studying water filtration for over 25 years. He is a regular contributor to Water Filtration Guide, a site dedicated to various methods of treating and purifying water. Read our water purifier review on our site. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Martin_Spencer Eddie Watson Water Filter Systems
Published on Oct 16, 2009
Published on Oct 16, 2009
According to several water purifier reviews we've conducted, there are many different systems out there that do not live up to their hype. W...