ShowerMeister Releases Best Whole House Water Filter Guide
ShowerMeister, based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, has announced that they have recently released their list of what they believe are the top 10 best whole house water filters, particularly for well water. The recently released guide also points out that boiling water will not eliminate all of the pathogens that can cause disease. These pathogens that are able to survive might cause chronic health issues and over time, people drinking the water may observe their health to be deteriorating. This guide can be accessed at https://showermeister.com/10-best-whole-house-water-filters/.
Mike Chrest, a spokesperson for ShowerMeister, says, “There are a number of factors to look into when choosing the best whole house water filter for your needs. These are filtration capability, filtration capacity, filtration accuracy, filters lifespan, and additional features. We have assessed these factors in coming up with our list of best 10 whole house water filtration systems. Please take your time to take a look at them and you may also want to check on our best shower filters as well.”
First on the list of the top 10 whole house water filters, according to ShowerMeister, is the SpringWell Water whose house water filter system. The water filtration is done in four steps, including a separate pre-filtration unit that eliminates sand, clay, and silt sediments. The next three filtration stages are used to get rid of heavy metals, chlorine, and organic impurities using KDF medium, flex bed, and coconut shell carbon bed. The SpringWell filters also have high-tech UV technology capable of killing 99.9 percent of viruses, bacteria, pathogens, algae, and other microbes. During its lifetime, it can cleanse one million gallons of water.
Next on the list is the AquaOx whole house water filter system, designed to provide flawless filtration with 7 stages. The first stage is a pre-sediment filtering unit that gets rid of larger sediments. In the second stage, KDF 55 mediums get rid of chlorine and other metals. The third stage uses KDF 85, which is designed to remove hydrogen sulfide. At this particular stage, any unpleasant taste and odor will have already been removed. In the fourth and fifth stages, pack garnet and centaur catalytic adsorptive carbon, respectively, will further refine the water. Hydrogen sulfide, VOCs and chloramines will be filtered during the fifth and sixth stages. And the seventh and final stage will get rid of any remaining suspended matter.
On the third spot is the Filtersmart FS1000 whole house water filter system. It has a quality coconut activated carbon filter and a sediment pre-filter for getting ride of larger particles before the main filtration starts. It is capable of filtering one million gallons of water during its lifetime.
Fourth on the list is the Ispring WGB32b 3-stage whole house water filter system, which is a smaller unit compared to the others. It is capable of processing just 100,000 gallons of water but it requires less space. It has a decontamination rate of 95 percent and is successful in getting rid of almost all harmful matter that can affect health, such as bacteria, chlorine, debris, viruses, rust, sediments, organic matter, pesticides, and other impurities using a three-stage filtration process using activated carbon filters.
On the fifth spot is the Ispring WGB22B 2-stage big blue whole house water filter. It is the easiest to install compared to the others because of its relatively small size. Also, anyone with basic plumbing skills may easily install the filter system. Despite the small size, it has sufficient filters that can perform their work effectively although the decontamination rate might not be as high as its three-stage counterpart.
On the sixth sport is the Aquasana 10-year 1,000,000 gallon whole house water filter. Its primary advantage is that it is not just durable but it also needs less maintenance compared to most other units. It uses carbon and KDF filtration medium to get rid of 97 percent of chlorine, including dangerous contaminants, such as pesticides, VOCs, mercury, herbicides, and lead.
Those who are interested in learning more about whole house water filters and related topics may want to check out the ShowerMeister website, or contact them on the phone or through email. People may also want to read some of the press releases through their media room at https://www.pressadvantage.com/organization/showermeister1.
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