If you are looking for a way to improve the quality and taste of your tap water, you might be wondering whether to choose a faucet filter or a filtering pitcher. Both options have their pros and cons, and the best one for you depends on your needs, preferences and budget. In previous articles, we examined various filtering pitchers and tap filters. We have came to the conclusion that they are quite effective in water purification in the home / SOHO environment. Here are some pros and cons of using a water filter on the faucet versus using a filtering pitcher.
How to reduce the risk of infection: the article discusses the various positive effects of filtering drinking water at home during the spread of infections and epidemics of diseases caused by bacteria and viruses, in particular, corona-virus.
In one of our previous articles, we examined various devices and systems for treating drinking water. The question was also considered there – why is it necessary to purify even “drinking” water from the tap.
Now we will focus on the question – how household filters for drinking water purification can be useful during the spread of infections, epidemics (pandemics) of respiratory diseases caused by various pathogens (bacteria and viruses). Since this article was written during the mass distribution of the coronavirus COVID-19, this virus will be considered in more detail.