The difference between water filtration and water purification.

Let’s have a look at the difference between water purification and water filtration. We have taken the time to summarize the basic concepts to explain the differences. Water Purification equipment and Water Filtration equipment can be used separately or combined to removes contaminants and unwanted components or reduces their concentration so that the water becomes fit for its desired end-use.

Water is a necessity to survive but untreated and polluted water can make you extremely sick. There are no drawbacks to water cleansing but needs to be maintained on a regular basis like any other appliance. 

Water purification is the method of eliminating Bacteria, chemicals, biological contaminants, suspended solids from water. The goal of water purification is to produce water fit for a specific purpose. Most clients use water purification for disinfecting water for human consumption including drinking water. Water purification can also be used for a variety of other purposes, including fulfilling the requirements of medical, pharmacological, chemical, commercial and industrial applications. The most cost-effective way of Water Purification is Reverse Osmosis used by most local companies in South Africa. 

Water filtration is the method of separating particles and fluid. Water filtration can be done in a variety of different ways and the determining factors include the application of the treated water, the water source, and the water contamination present. Water filtration procedures include filtration for sedimentation and total dissolved solids, filtration of limescale also known as hard water, carbon media filtration, Turbidity removal, Iron removal and much more.

The answer to your water treatment solution will be determined by your water source, the quality of your water source, your application of the treated water, the amount of water requirements within a specific time frame and other concerning factors. 

Maintenance 
Water purifiers and filters are a practical method at cleaning and sifting through all the unsafe components and metals. Nonetheless, in case you’re not displacing or cleaning the channel as prescribed, you might be accomplishing more damage than great. Drinking water filtration and purification is safer than drinking water straight from the tap. Maintenance on these water purifiers and filters will change from the one project to the next, determining factors including water source, the application of the treated water and the production rate. Our Representatives will advise accordingly. 

Eliminate Harmful Organisms 
As per case studies done, we found that 90% of the world’s water supply is treated in some way to make it acceptable for the main purpose. Water can contain microorganisms that can cause diarrhea, vomiting and even death. Water filtration and water purification systems kill these microorganisms to make the water safe to drink. There are numerous ways that water is cleaned and sterilized to make it safe, for example, purification by using Reverse Osmosis, Ultrafiltration, Media filtration, UV lights, Ozonation, Chlorine dosing, Micron filtration, Nano treatment, etc. 

The Removal of Toxic Metals 

Different traces of minerals, copper, and magnesium was found in water. While a few minerals don’t really represent to be harmful, they respond with different minerals in the water and cause deposits, which can make the water unsuitable for drinking. Different minerals found in the water our case studies include, for example, lead and copper, are hazardous to your and your family’s health. Disinfectant agents, chemicals, and filtration systems are used to help diminish hazard and disease.

May Not Remove Pesticides 
Pesticides in your water is a health hazard and should be eliminated. Different filtration and purification methods can be used to protect you and your family. Municipal water can be dealt with for pesticide pollution, however, if you have a well/ borehole, you may not be aware of pesticides in your water unless you have it tested. Home water channels may help expel chlorine and other overwhelming metals, for example, mercury, however, they will most likely be unable to remove pesticides. 

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