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All sources of drinking water contain some naturally occurring contaminants. At low levels, most of these contaminants are not considered by the EPA to be harmful. Naturally occurring contaminants include radon, radium, and arsenic. In addition, people...
The NSF has developed nationally recognized standards for drinking water treatment products including, carbon filters, reverse osmosis systems, ultraviolet systems, distillers, shower filters, and water softeners. In general, the units help consumers w...
Many consumers have difficulty determining whether they actually need a water treatment system or they are not sure what type of system would be best for them. The choice regarding whether or not to install and use a water treatment system is up to you...
Household water filters generally fall into one of two categories: point-of-entry units, which treat water before it gets distributed throughout the house; and point-of-use units, which include countertop filters (e.g. filter pitchers), faucet filters,...
HOW DOES IT WORK? When you add your item to the cart simply select your order frequency preference from the dropdown menu. We will send you the filters you ordered directly to your door so you'll always have supplies on hand at the interval you choo...
The average size of the openings between pieces of the filter media are represented in microns. For example, a 20-micron filter has larger openings than a 5-micron filter. Consequently, the 20-micron filter element will let larger particles pass throug...