Home Water Filter Shortcoming #2 – Ion Exchange Resin

Continuing in this series let’s talk about ion exchange resin (IXR). IXR is a staple of the water treatment industry and for the water engineer it serves as an effective tool for treating water for virtually every application imaginable. Much of IR is created from a plastic bead in which chemically active exchange sites are attached to the bead. The exchange sites enable one charged particle to be held on…

Home Water Filter Shortcoming #1 – Activated Carbon

In the near future Glanris, Inc., will be releasing a new brand of home water filters offering technology and engineering never before offered in any home water product. Pretty big claim, yeah? Well stay tuned and be wow’d. In the meantime, let’s take a closer look at why your home filter never seems to deliver as it is advertised.

Home Water Filters – What Everyone Should Know

Questions about home water filters are by far the most frequent questions I get asked. Accordingly I put together this little primer to help everyone out. As always I still welcome additional questions and comments. So, here we go. NSF Certification is the most important thing to look for when considering a personal water product. The NSF seal is the best quality assurance available to us. LEARN ABOUT NSF CERTIFICATIONS…