THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE BUYING A WATER PURIFIER

THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE BUYING A WATER PURIFIER

Water contamination is a major worry since it can lead to a slew of health issues. Water that has been contaminated by chemicals is not only harmful to children, but it may also cause significant problems for adults. Water pollution can occur either naturally or as a result of human activity, according to the EPA. As a result, in order to guarantee that you consume healthy and safe water, it’s critical to install the best RO water purifiers. Purikool is a firm that sells some of the best water purifiers in Singapore, which remove dissolved pollutants and make drinking water completely safe.

The top 4 factors to think about before purchasing a water purifier

 

1. You should test the water quality

Before selecting a purifier, one of the things we tend to overlook is testing the water quality. Water purifiers are not subject to the one-size-fits-all approach, therefore it’s critical to check the water quality before making a final decision. You may also conduct a water quality test at home as the first step. Here are some of the methods for assessing water quality at home: 

  1. Take a sip of water to assess the quality. If the water is unappealing or has a metallic taste, it may be harmful to your health because it contains insufficient Ph levels or mineral content. Excess chlorine in water results in a taste like bleach.
  2. Use your nose to determine the quality of water. When you detect a bleach odor in the water, it’s due to chlorine from the local treatment plant. If you detect a rotten egg stench, that means bacteria are growing in the water. The musty or earthy aroma suggests that organic matter is decaying in the water.
  3. If there are any tiny particles in the water, check them for them. Minute rust particles are common in water as a result of rust in pipes and faucets. Other than this, if the water appears hazy, it suggests that there is a lot of calcium and magnesium in it.
  4. If the water is a brown or pale yellow, it indicates that a water filter is immediately required. The muddier discolored water might be caused by rusted pipes and faucets.
  5. Look for corrosion build-up in your pipes and faucets. Foreign particles may be seen in the water as blue, white, or rust-colored growth in pipes.

2. Contamination 

    Contaminated water is made up of heavy metals such as lead, arsenic, magnesium, copper, and iron, all of which are toxic if consumed in high amounts. These metals have been discovered in greater amounts owing to the rise in manufacturing and city development. The uncontrolled use of nitrogen fertilizers is also a major problem. Not only does it come from agricultural activities, but it’s also where most fish live. The dissolved and suspended impurities are reduced in reverse osmosis, which makes RO systems necessary. Another type of filter to consider is an ultraviolet (UV) filter, which disinfects the water. The harmful germs in a UV filter cannot reproduce because of the UV lamp’s radiation. You may also seek an RO-based UV purifier. The combination of an RO unit with a UF (ultra-filter) improves suspended bacteria removal and is ideal when the water supply is low in TDS. Mineral cartridges are available on some RO systems to remove high TDS levels in locations where mineral hardness is a problem.

    3. Water Pressure

    Depending on the quantity and quality of water coming into your home, you’ll need a particular filter. A reverse osmosis system requires a high water flow. Water pressure is determined by the height of your structure and other factors like clogged pipes and blocked filters. Water purifiers require a pressure of 5-40 pounds per square inch (psi). If your home’s water supply has less water pressure, you may use a booster pump with an RO system. Otherwise, if your water supply has fewer TDS, consider purchasing an activated carbon purifier.

    4. Other Benefits With Specific Features

    Look for these characteristics when shopping for a water purifier online to make sure you get the best water purifier for your home.

    • 5 Stage purity process
    • Steel component that helps to purify the water.
    • Switch to energy-saving standby mode
    • Two-stage filtration for maximum performance
    • The PureSense Controller continuously analyzes purity.

    These are some of the most important things to consider when purchasing a water purifier. Following the guidelines will ensure that you get the finest water purifier for your home.

    For further information, please contact us; we’ll recommend the best water purifier for your needs.

     

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