NEW Learn About ultrafiltration water treatment and compare it to reverse osmosis systems
What is water Ultrafiltration? Historically, the process of water Ultrafiltration has been used in large municipal water treatment plants and hospitals. Thanks to advances in technology, it is now available to you as a powerful under-sink water filtration system in your home. The system works by using a membrane type filtration process with standard home water pressure to push water through its semi-permeable hollow fiber membrane element. Particles and materials of high molecular weight that are suspended in the water are unable to pass through the 0.02 micron UF membrane, thus reducing a wide array of contaminates such cysts, viruses, bacteria, lead, chlorine, and more. Only fresh clean water and dissolved beneficial minerals are allowed to pass through your faucet.
Unlike other technologies that use electricity or waste gallons of water to produce small amounts of clean water, ultra water filtration system will constantly provide a continuous supply of water no matter the occasion. Additional proven filtration medias are incorporated in an Ultrafiltration water systems to aid in the removal of sediment, bad taste, foul odors, undesirable chemicals and metals, and even unwanted additives like *fluoride (*AquaCera CeraGuard Details).
The Watts Ultrafiltration (UF) 3 Stage Kwick-Change, and the AquaCera CeraGuard UF drinking water systems both feature a small foot print size and are as simple as attaching them to the water line under your sink. Both of these Ultrafiltration systems have been designed for quick and easy filter changes along with considerable cost savings over replacing the lamps in a UV water system, or the membrane elements in a reverse osmosis system. This, in part, is why many think that water ultra-filtration with hollow fiber membrane technology means better drinking water for less.
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