Trident Plumbers Install Water Filtration Systems

A water filter removes contaminants and harmful chemicals from water, making the water safer to use for drinking and cooking. Filtration systems use a biological  a chemical process for removing  contaminants. All water filtration systems serve one purpose: to provide clean drinking water.

There are three main types of Water Filtration Systems available for your home:

  • The Reverse Osmosis
  • Ion Exchange
  • Activated Carbon.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis t is designed to filter out almost all minerals and contaminants found in your drinking water. A semipermeable membrane removes harmful contaminants such as lead and other harmful chemicals from the water.  Reverse Osmosis is more effective at removing contaminants and also more affordable.

Reverse osmosis can filter out extremely small components in water.  Municipal water supplies have a many other imperfections or chemicals in them, including chemicals that are added to treat the water. You can remove these with a Reverse Osmosis (RO) system.  Imperfections include sodium, iron, mercury, lead, nickel, chloride and fluoride. AFluoride, for instance, is usually reduced by over 90% by the process of elimination.

Ion Exchange

Ion Exchange are water softeners,  designed to remove magnesium and calcium in the water with  positively charged ions that attract calcium and other minerals that are not good for your health.

Activated Carbon

Activated Carbon is one of the most common water filters in homes. Activated carbon granules are used for attracting and trapping harmful chemicals with this system.  These systems can vary widely as some only remove mercury. lead and asbestos and others only remove inorganic pollutants.

These filtration system can be installed for your entire house, or simply as point-of-use systems, installed directly with your kitchen sink. Our team will consult with you to determine the best system to fit your needs. We can install whole house or under the sink filtration systems. It is best to talk with a certified plumber to understand what type will work best for you.

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