Reverse osmosis (RO) and Nano-filtration (NF) are physical separation technologies used to remove contaminants from liquids. Both RO and NF require pressure to function. Both are used in place of conventional treatment technologies. Find out how they differ and how they're similar to make the best choice for your water purification.
Freshwater is full of contamination and pollutants from natural and manmade sources. What causes these pollutants in freshwater, how do metals like arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, nickel, lead and mercury get into freshwater and how toxic are there to humans?
Ever wonder what is the size of water contaminants and particles to figure out what water filters and water purification systems are adequate enough to purify your drinking water? Here's a partial list of water contamination particles and particle sizes in microns.
Brita Pitcher Filter will not remove some of the most dangerous contaminants from your drinking water for a simple reason...
From time to time I hear someone say: "I got ________________ filter because I know Reverse Osmosis is great and affordable but wastes water". No...
You save 240 bottles a year by reusing a glass bottle. Around 2.7 million tons of plastic is used for the manufacturing of water bottles. T...
Comparison Between Micro-Filtration, Ultra-Filtration and Nano-Filtration vs. Reverse Osmosis Purification of Drinking Water
Comparison between Micro-filtration, ultra-filtration, nano-filtration, distillation, UV, ozonation, deionization and Reverse Osmosis (RO)...what is the difference between various water (and other fluids) purification and filtration methods in the removal of contaminants, and which filtration or purification process is best for residential (home), commercial (office) and industrial use.
deionization distillation Filtration Methods Harmful Contaminants micro-filtration nano-filtration Reverse Osmosis ultra-filtration ultraviolet
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