Water Filtration Systems

The Definitive Guide To Demineralized Water

by JoAnne Cluth on May 8, 2014


There is a great deal of misinformation on the internet concerning demineralized water. This article aims to set the record straight.

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It is a fact that bottled water costs more per gallon than gas, yet rarely do people complain about the price of bottled water. Where is the disconnect??

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How to Choose A Sediment Filter

by Jamin Arvig on February 26, 2014


In this third installment of How to Choose a Water Filter, we’ll wrap up the sediment filter category.

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In part one of this ten part series we identified some broad categories of water. This installment will deal with sediment filters.

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Better Know A Water Filter: Instapure Faucet Filters

by Jamin Arvig on February 6, 2014


Instapure, one of the leading brands of faucet filter available today, has its home nestled among clear mountain streams at the foothills of the Rockies in Loveland, Colorado. Their core commitment is providing customers with a variety of affordable water filtration choices to meet their specific needs.  Even better, they understand that water purification is […]

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Ceramic Water Filters: What To Know Before You Buy

by Jamin Arvig on January 2, 2014


WaterFilters.NET has grown into the online consumer’s first choice in water filters and filtration systems.  I am proud of this accomplishment, in no small part, as it reflects the level of knowledge that our team has amassed and is able to share with you as you make your water filter choices.  Believe me, there are […]

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Recently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) updated its rules regarding surface water treatment. Now, it’s going after different pathogens, like Giarda and Cryptosporidium, more aggressively.  These two microbes have been known to cause severe illness and sometimes death  and they are extremely resistant to chlorine based disinfection processes. The EPA is now recommending treating threatened water with […]

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Water Filters and Fish

by wfnblog on January 2, 2013


Fish make great pets, especially for young children who are learning responsibility. However, many people don’t realize how much care goes into maintaining an aquarium. The most important thing you can do to keep your fish healthy is to give them clean water. Because fish eat and, you know, do their business, in the water, […]

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The Truth about Tap Water

by wfnblog on December 27, 2012


It seems that no matter how hard municipalities work, people still spend tons of money on bottled water. The cost of bottled water is anywhere from 750- 2700 times more expensive than tap water, but chemically, it is no different than what usually comes from your faucet. In addition to bottled water being significantly more […]

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What’s A Pollutant?

by wfnblog on December 18, 2012


The word “pollutant” is common when discussing water filtration. Customers frequently want pollutants removed from their water for drinking, showering, and watering their plants. However, pollutants has become a catch-all word used to describe a complex situation. Water pollution or pollutants are terms used when undesirable elements, chemicals, sediment, and items show up at high […]

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