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Aquasafe home and aquarium water filtration systems employ reverse osmosis water filter technology in order to produce water that consistently rates 0 ppm. In other words, you can enjoy 100% pure water that's guaranteed safe - regardless of the source. Pure filtered water is frequently better tasting, and drinking it is the only way to be absolutely certain that your water is free of potentially harmful contaminants like fluoride, lead, chlorine, and radiation.
Comparing Water Filtration Systems
Domestic water filtration systems are typically classified according to how they're employed:
Point-of-use water filtration systems are installed at the location where the water is drawn and used - its point of use. These include under-sink water filtration systems, and water filtration installed within faucets, refrigerators, and pitchers.
Point-of-entry water filtration occurs where the main water line enters the home. They're also sometimes referred to as whole house water filtration systems.
The most commonly used water filtration systems include Reverse Osmosis systems and carbon filtration (which itself is also employed as part of RO water filtration).
Reverse Osmosis water filtration systems are the most versatile and thorough systems on the market, capable of filtering water consistently to 0 ppm (parts-per-million), regardless of its source - even seawater! RO water filtration systems also commonly employ carbon reverse osmosis pre-filters, which remove the larger particles before the water gets to the reverse osmosis membrane.
Water Filtration vs Other Water Treatment Methods
Water filters are a common method (perhaps the most common method) of water treatment,used to separate water from the impurities within it by means of a physical barrier. But how do water filters compare to other methods that are commonly used to treat water?
Water Filtration vs Water Filters
There is little practical distinction here. Water filtration is the process by which water filters are employed to separate the water from its dissolved impurities. When water filters are being used, water filtration is taking place.
Water Filtration vs Water Purifiers
Water filtration is the process of separating water from the substances within it by the means of a physical barrier. It can take place in order to produce cleaner water - or it can be employed to recover the dissolved substances within the source water. Water purifiers are units that function specifically to produce pure water: the purification of water is their entire purpose. While many water purifiers use water filtration, some such as distillers do not. And many water filtration processes - such as those used to recover minerals - are not used for water purification.
Water Filtration vs Reverse Osmosis
Water filtration is the process employed by reverse osmosis systems. In RO systems, water filtration is employed using smaller and smaller filters that remove increasingly small particles, down to the reverse osmosis membrane which filters everything but the pure water itself.