Category: Filtration

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Do YOU need RO filtration with your water ionizer?

There are a lot of reasons that you might need to use RO filtration with your water ionizer.  Sometimes you really need it – sometimes you don’t.  These are the most common reasons you might choose a reverse osmosis prefiltration system for your water ionizer.

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This article is about what you need to know to use the “reverse osmosis with water ionizer” method of making ionized alkaline water.

No matter your reason for choosing to use reverse osmosis filtration with a water ionizer, there are a few things you need to know.  More than just mineral content, beyond the RO filtration benefits, no matter your reason for using reverse osmosis filtration with a water ionizer you should find this article helpful.

The information in this article is based on work and research I have done on behalf of customers.

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Fluoride is difficult to remove from water and requires specific filtration media for effective removal.  While every counter top and under counter water ionizer will have a filtration system designed to remove common contaminants, none will offer what could be considered “effective” Fluoride removal.

There’s a good reason for that…

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In this article we hope to address the most common questions about source waters and water ionizers.  These “basics” will outline the most common types of source water and explain what you are most likely to expect based on these common types of source water.  We’ll also address the basics of additional treatment for each type of source water and whether they are considered optional, recommended or strongly recommended.

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What is KDF?
How does KDF work?
What are some applications for KDF filters?
What can KDF remove?
How are KDF filters maintained?

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KDF filters are often used in conjunction with activated carbon filters for the treatment of water.

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Here is a list of contaminants KDF is typically used to remove:

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Typical KDF filters last between 6 – 12 months depending on the level of contaminants in your source water.  At the end of the filter life the filter cartridge is replaced.

A form of carbon used in filtration. Activated carbon has been processed to maximize porousness for the purpose of absorption.

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Ceramic is an inexpensive material used for filtration because of it’s ability to absorb particles and bacteria.