Clean And Pure Water For Your Home: The Key To Good Health And Hygiene.
How Does Drinking Water Become Contaminated?
Understanding The Sources Of Water Contamination
Sediment or debris can enter the water supply through natural sources or human activities such as construction or agriculture.
Bacteria And Viruses
Bacteria and viruses can come from various sources including sewage, agricultural runoff and animal waste.
Chemicals And Pesticides
Chemicals and pesticides used in agriculture or industry can seep into the water supply and pose a health risk.
Heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and iron can be found in the water due to industrial activities or natural deposits.
How Does A Water Purifier Filters Drinking Water?
A water purifier filters drinking water by using a combination of different filtration methods such as sediment filtration, activated carbon filtration, reverse osmosis, UV sterilization, etc. These methods work together to remove impurities such as dirt, bacteria, viruses, chemicals, pesticides, and heavy metals from the water, ensuring it is safe to drink.
It is important to have a water purifier in your home because it removes harmful contaminants and impurities from your drinking water, ensuring that it is safe and clean for you and your family to consume. Without a water purifier, your drinking water may contain bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and other harmful substances that can lead to serious health problems. Additionally, a water purifier can also improve the taste and odor of your water, making it more pleasant to drink. Overall, having a water purifier in your home is an essential step in maintaining the health and well-being of you and your family.
The best water purifier for open well or borewell water is one that can effectively remove impurities such as bacteria, viruses, heavy metals, and chemicals while also being able to handle the specific water conditions present in open wells or borewells. Some popular options include reverse osmosis (RO) systems and UV+UF water purifiers. It is recommended to consult with us to determine the most suitable water purifier for your specific open well or borewell water.
Even with a municipal water supply, there can be impurities and contaminants present in the water. It is recommended to have your water tested and consult with us to determine if a water purifier is necessary for your home.
We offer a variety of water purifiers including Reverse Osmosis (RO), Ultraviolet (UV) + Ultrafiltration (UF) and Reverse Osmosis (RO) with additional cartridges such as RO+UV and RO+UV+Copper or Mineral or Alkaline. These different types of purifiers cater to different water purification needs and provide various levels of filtration to ensure that your water is safe and clean to drink.
Our water purifiers are designed to be energy efficient. Our reverse osmosis (RO) systems consume below 30 watts of power, while our RO+UV systems consume below 45 watts of power.
It is recommended to have a professional install your water purifier to ensure proper installation and maintenance.
If you notice a decrease in the water flow rate or a change in the taste or odor of your drinking water, it’s likely that the filter cartridge needs to be replaced. It is recommended to replace the filter every 6-12 months depending on the water quality and usage rate.