Aquafresh RO Systems

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I prefer bottled water. Is it the best alternative to tap water?

Bottled water is an acceptable alternative if you would like better tasting water for drinking and cooking, but it can be expensive, a hassle to carry from the store, can contain harmful BPA chemicals and other bacteria not to mention all those plastic bottles in our landfills.

It's generally much less expensive in the long run to use a home drinking water system. Drinking water systems are convenient and provide you with high quality, environmentally-friendly water in your own home when you want it, at prices per liter that are considerably lower than bottled water.

Check to see that the system you choose is certified to protect you from a wide variety of contaminants and that the manufacturer's claims have been verified by the Water Quality Association or NSF International.

Don't water filters remove important minerals from my water?

Studies have found that minerals in your drinking water essentially make no contribution to your health and may even be present in forms your body can't absorb. Unfortunately, the myth that drinking water with minerals is healthy is perpetuated by companies that promote "mineral water. In fact, the Water Quality Association, the trade association of the water treatment industry, prohibits health claims in any of its members' literature and advertising. 

The Aquafresh K5 Drinking Water Station is customizable to your home’s specific filtration needs and can actually add minerals back to your water to restore alkalinity.

For more information about the water you drink, contact your local water authority. Each year they are required to produce a report on what’s in the water in your area.

How can I protect myself and my family from lead in drinking water?

Drinking water generally contracts lead from plumbing that has been connected with lead solder (outlawed in 1986) or from outdated water distribution lines. There are a number of things you can do to reduce the risk of lead in your drinking water.

Some sources suggest running your tap water for a couple of minutes before filling a glass to flush any accumulated lead from the water line (lead dissolves into standing water over time). This isn’t a foolproof solution, however, since there is no way of knowing whether all of the lead has been removed and since lead can still dissolve into running water.

Never use hot tap water to prepare drinks or meals. Hot water attracts more lead than cold water does. If you need hot water, heat cold tap water on the stove or in a microwave.

In their informational brochure “Living Lead Free,” the Water Works Association recommends having your water tested for lead to find out whether you should take action. Your local Aquafresh water expert can have your water analyzed by a laboratory and help you decipher the results.

Use a reverse osmosis system that has been certified to protect your drinking water from lead. Check that the manufacturer’s claims have been verified by the Water Quality Association or NSF International; not all systems are certified for lead reduction.

Doesn't my city supply me with soft water?

Your city water supplier is not required to provide you with soft water. Many municipalities reduce the amount of hardness to some degree. But according to the Geological Survey, 85 percent of Indian homes are still supplied with hard water. 

My tap water smells like rotten eggs. What causes that? Can it be fixed?

It smells like you have a problem with Hydrogen Sulfide in your water. Water absorbs this gas as it passes through the ground. When you turn on your faucet, you actually vent the gas from your tap water.

Hydrogen sulfide can be treated with oxidation and filtration. Oxidation turns the gas into elemental sulfur which can then be removed via filtration. Normally, an aeration system injects air into the water to oxidize the gas. The water then passes through a filter that removes the sulfur. The result is water free of the "rotten egg" smell you describe.

How can I have my water tested?

Your local Aquafresh water expert can test your water for hardness, iron, pH and total dissolved solids, at no cost to you. Contact us today for a free water test.

Third Party Certification

How can I tell if the product I'm purchasing will do what it's supposed to do?

Be sure that the system you choose is third-party certified by NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) International or the Water Quality Association (WQA). Remember that displaying the WQA logo may only signify that the company is a member of the Water Quality Association, not that its products are validated. Just because a product is NSF certified against some contaminants doesn't mean it protects you against all of them.

Make sure that the system you choose is specifically certified to reduce the contaminants from which you wish to protect your family. Be wary of systems that carry only the NSF "component" certification, which indicates that only a single component of the system is certified and may not reflect overall system capabilities.

Check the internet or publications you trust for reviews of water treatment products. They can provide you with additional information that can help you make a decision. 

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