Red House Water Systems

Water Filter Technology

Clean water is a source of life all across our planet, and water filtering technologies are quickly emerging to provide 21st century technology to a century old science.

These days water purity is becoming concern for every household, institution and business. Everyone wants to drink clean and pure water – after all human body consists of 70% water. This trend is leading to the emergence of various water filtration processes which not only clean the water but also remove the bad odor from it.

Nowadays, by seeing this sudden awareness many companies have started introducing various water filtering systems so that everyone can get the pure drinking water. Original, carbon-based systems and technologies are being phased out, giving a way to new, better carbon, such as activated carbon and carbon block, and an array of newer, advanced technologies.

With the emergence of advanced water filtration processes water purity has increased significantly.

Water Filtration Technologies

Water Filtering Systems come in all shapes, sizes and colours – from simple gravity flow devices to advanced Reverse Osmosis (RO Systems) that can make water so pure it’s as close to being distilled. Generally, most water filter devises remove water impurities as well as bad smell from the water so it can be freely consumed.

Popular water filter systems range from a filtered water pitcher or jug (like the Brita jug) to complex systems that may include a water softener, carbon filter and a multi-stage filtration system so that pure water can be generated. Simple systems can be bought inexpensively for your on-the-go and apartment water drinking needs. If you want to install a whole house system, we recommend that you carry out a full water test first to determine contaminants that a water filtration system would have to remove.

Chlorine (and recently chloramine) is the most common chemical agent present in the water which when used regularly could pose a health hazard. Across Ireland, water treatment plants add chlorine to eliminate bacteria in public water supplies. That’s why majority of the water filtering systems are equipped with filters which will remove chlorine. This takes away smell and makes water safer to drink. Carbon block filters are used regularly to eliminate chlorine in water. The only downside is that in smaller systems carbon cartridges have to be replaced often.

As water filtration technologies progress, you can find better water filter systems matching your needs and requirements. At Red House Water Systems, we offer a large variety of residential water treatment systems and filters for almost any requirement. Please visit our Online Shop, and see the range of drinking water filters, water softeners and whole-house filter systems that will allow you to enjoy clean, tasty, healthy fresh water from your tap.

And, of course, don’t forget that most filter system will have replacement filter cartridges that have to be replaced at specified intervals. Large whole house filters may also have filtration media inside the unit that generally work from 5 to10 years. Filter systems without a cartridge are not common, and you may have to throw it away and get a new one every time the media is exhausted.

Need to check the quality of your drinking water? Look no further! We provide a Full Water Quality Test service and a FREE Hard Water test.

Make the decision to solve your water issues once and for all. Call Simon today in Dublin at 085-736-6006. Alternatively please submit the Contact Form and we will contact you be return.

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