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.

Interesting Reader Water Questions Of The Week

I had a lot of water questions this week so I thought I would put them all together in case you guys had some of the same ones. IS WATER FROM THE OCEAN FILTERS, BOTTLED AND SOLD IN STORES? The number of individual water products on the market is very large and with many products being local and regional even a water marketing guru would have a hard time keeping…

Activated Carbon – Part 2

Let talk about how industry uses Granular Activated Carbon (GAC). The ability of carbon to absorb chlorine is crucial to industries that utilize Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology to purify water. The membranes used in RO machines are expensive and easily destroyed by prolonged exposure to chlorine. By placing a back-washing carbon filter in line before the RO unit, the membranes can function for several years. And how about this term…