Everyone should have access to the best water that is available at all times. You can get clean water right now from the faucet in your house or place of business or industry, with the assistance of Netsol Water Solutions’ water treatment plants, which include Commercial RO Plants, Water Softeners, Industrial RO Plants, among other products.
Yet, there are some misconceptions regarding water treatment, and we are here to provide you with the appropriate water treatment solution. Understanding these common misunderstandings about water treatment may help you choose, your water sources carefully and healthily.
What are the Water treatment misconceptions and their solution?
· All of your concerns about the water quality, including bacteria, are eliminated by commercial water filters
This may not be true at all times. The majority of the filters have a carbon base and are made to improve taste and eliminate smell. For instance, activated carbon filters help in chlorine removal.
Now, if filters have a warning that reads, "If your water is microbiologically dangerous, do not use this filter”, thus, no microorganism will be eliminated by that water filter.
· Water in bottles is a secure solution
The environmental impact of bottled water has increased to the point, where more than 60 million plastic bottles are disposed of every day. Additionally, the decomposition of plastic bottles takes at least 450 years.
In addition to being bad for the environment, plastic water bottles frequently include three chemicals that are harmful to human health: bisphenol A (BPA), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and phthalates. These substances may leach from plastic water bottles.
It's also true that many bottled water firms, whose water we assume comes from glaciers, natural springs, or whatever else the label may claim, really draw their water from the same public water system as the one that supplies the kitchen faucet.
· A safe solution is to boil some water
Some contaminants, including bacteria, viruses, and protozoa, will be reduced in water that has been properly boiled. However, the boiling process actually causes some pollutants, like lead and nitrites, to become more concentrated.
· Chlorine or chloramine will help
This does not help always. Due to their efficiency and affordability, chlorine and chloramine continue to be the dominant disinfectants. When these disinfectants are applied to the water supply, a cocktail of by-products (DBPs) forms, which is a drawback to their use.
DBPs are linked to a number of malignancies as well as issues with the liver and kidneys. Additionally, chloramine-based systems can be far more corrosive than chlorine-treated water.
· Filtering, purifying, and softening are all the same
The finest water treatment for your home's hard water is water softening. This water is used for bathing, washing dishes, cooking, and other domestic tasks.
Filters can be compared to water flowing through a screen or to something more recognisable, like a coffee filter. The desired coffee pours through the filter and into your cup, but the undesirable impurities stay inside the filter.
Water filters will eliminate particles that are visible to the naked eye, and will also take in unpleasant tastes and odours. Water purification like from Reverse osmosis plants or RO Plants, goes beyond filtering by virtually eliminating up to 99.9% of all pollutants.
· The body will be deprived of essential nutrients if the dissolved solids are removed, from the water
We cannot determine the purity of dissolved solids in our water, such as calcium, magnesium, silver, and other substances. The potency of the components in your water supply is also in doubt, because there can be leftovers from things like old plumbing, chemical treatments, etc.
Additionally, additional organic pollutants may pass through. Many of these elements exist in an inorganic state that prevents them from being absorbed, in the same manner that food provides nutrition.
· Softened water may leave a film on skin
Your skin naturally absorbs anything that comes into contact with it when you bathe, or wash with water that has not been softened, such as your raw water. Since, skin is so porous, hard water absorbs into it, preventing the natural oils from rising to the top.
As a result, it could become itchy and dry. In actuality, a small amount of salt may be used when softening water. However, the quantity is so negligible that you won't be able to sense, taste, or otherwise interact with it. In fact, since there won't be any build-up of hard water, your skin will be more supple, silky, and smooth.
· Water treatment system installation is not cost-effective
Your water utility cost won't vary much if you install a water softening system, or RO system that is based on usage. In fact, the increased water efficiency may result in savings for you. This includes your appliances having a higher quality of life.
Additionally, you can save money by using less detergents and cleaning supplies. And, if you often buy bottled water, you can eventually save money by drinking water straight from your tap, instead of buying more bottles.
· My water issues are unfixable
Contrary to popular opinion, there is technology available to identify and address your unique problem with water, no matter what it may be. There are a tonne of options available to anyone who has done web research.
You simply need to be aware of what is best for your individual requirements, not those of your neighbours. Sadly, there isn't a fix that works for everyone, but there is a fix.
Learn the truths and lies about water and its treatment. Learn more about the water supply that you have. For additional information, contact our experts by phone at +91-9650608473, or email at email@example.com. You might be surprised by how a drinking water filter or water treatment system can reduce your costs, encourage environmentally friendly living, and ensure that you and your family always have access to clean water.