Before you take a sip of water at home (or for that matter anywhere), try to mentally trace where that water that just gushed out of your tap or been served to you has been: How did it go from that weird-tasting raindrop to the clear, odourless water that is sitting in your glass now?
Without clean water, survival is impossible for the animal kingdom, and for human beings, clean has to be underlined twice.. Water is not the source of life, it is life. But what we get through tap water is not always good for our health. There are some visible particles and some invisible particles too that in general, we call as drinking water contamination.
The development and implementation of water treatment technologies have been mostly driven by three primary factors: the discovery of new rarer contaminants, the promulgation of new water quality standards, and cost. For the first 75 years of this century, chemical clarification, granular media filtration, and chlorination were virtually the only treatment processes used in municipal water treatment.
However, the past 20 years have seen a dramatic change in the water industry’s approach to water treatment in which water utilities have started to seriously consider alternative treatment technologies to the traditional filtration/chlorination treatment approach.
So how could you get the fresh and healthy drinking water at home? The answer is simple. Doulton Water Filtration.
The 3-stage Doulton Water Filtration process
Let’s see how Doulton water filters work on the contamination present in water.
Doulton water filters use Ceramic Filtration technology which improves the look, odour and taste of tap water by filtering out upto 99.99% plus of common contaminants, filtering out bacteria, cysts and particles while keeping in all of the healthy minerals
If you have municipal water supply or water with TDS less than 500, Doulton might be the perfect water filter for you
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