Water is the most basic necessity for human sustenance. Whether you like it or not, you have to drink enough water so that the organs in your body function properly. Gone are the days when you did not have to be concerned about the purity of water. With the increasing levels of contaminants in water, you tend to hear a lot about different kinds of water, including mineral water and RO water. There’s often a debate regarding which kind of water is better: RO water or mineral water. To answer this, you need to understand the difference between the two first.
The real mineral water comes from natural springs, which are pure and has minerals present in it naturally. It actually doesn’t need any treatment other than the removal of turbidity. But, this mineral water is not easily available and what we normally get in the name of … Read More
Approximately 71 percent of Earth’s surface is covered with water, but only 2.5 percent of it is fresh or drinking water. Out of this 2.5%, just 1 percent is accessible to us as the remaining is trapped in snowfields and glaciers. Now the irony is the 1%accessible fresh water is also contaminated by various pollutants either natural or made-made. Having access to clean and pure drinking water is the primary requirement of every human being.
With the pollutants getting more complex in nature, the water filtration technologies have also evolved. Long back, cloth sieving was considered enough, but today we need more advanced technologies to filter water and make it safe for consumption.
The various water purification technologies available today are as under:
- Ultra Violet Purifiers: These purifiers use ultraviolet rays to kill the microorganisms present in water. Various microorganisms such as E coli, Coliform Bacteria, Salmonella, Cryptosporidium
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