What is EcoBonus (EcoBonus 2021-2023) for purchasing drinking water filtration systems? How can you save on buying drinking water filters using Bonus acqua potabile? Who can use EcoBonus 2021-2023 to buy a drinking water filter? Why is buying a drinking water filter a good idea, especially now? Is it difficult to install a drinking water filtration system? What is the procedure for receiving a bonus for purchasing a drinking water filter?
The article discusses various aspects of saving on the purchase of a drinking water filter through the use of the Bonus provided by the Italian budget for 2021-2023.
How to choose an under-the-sink drinking water filter (purifier)? What is the difference between flow filters for drinking water? What is the difference between the cartridges used in Aquaphor Crystal systems? What should you pay attention to when using a flow-through filter? Frequently asked questions from buyers and users of Aquaphor Crystal water purifiers.
The article examines and compares various types of household flow-type drinking water filters for installation under the kitchen sink or counter, their differences, and their advantages.
In one of the previous articles, we looked at various devices and systems for the purification of drinking water. We have made sure that even “potable” tap water, which meets basic standards, should be purified – for safety and comfort purposes. In another article, we showcased different reverse osmosis filtering systems, which have the most perfect degree of purification (about 99.9%). Now we will examine flow-through filtration systems – simple, but quite effective.
The article examines and compares the various types of home reverse osmosis filters for installation under the kitchen sink, their differences and advantages:
👉 classic 10-inch 5-stage RO under-sink kitchen systems;
👉 compact monoblock RO system Morion DWM 101 S;
👉 super-compact reverse osmosis filter Aquaphor DWM 312,
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.
The article discusses the characteristics and selection criteria of a filtering jug (pitcher) for the home, the similarities, and differences of different pitchers.
In a previous article, we examined various devices and systems for treating drinking water. The question that was also considered there – why is it necessary to purify “drinking” water from the tap. We made sure that such water, without additional filtration, may be quite safe, but rarely has characteristics suitable for direct consumption, as well as for the preparation of culinary dishes and drinks.
Now we will dwell on the review of the most simple and popular device for purifying drinking water – a filtering jug. As a rule, a filtering jug has a low price (from 17 to 25 euros for a product of good quality, without unnecessary “bells and whistles”). At the same time, it does not need to be connected and installed, you can quickly start using it, it is easy to find replaceable modules, and it is easy to take with you on a trip.
The article discusses the main ways of filtering drinking water at home: a filtering jug, flow filter, and reverse osmosis installation. Photos and technical details courtesy of Aquaphor.
WHY IT’S ADVISABLE TO PURIFY TAP DRINKING WATER?
In most developed countries, there are standards for drinking water supplied to residential buildings. However, water quality control is usually carried out at the exit from a centralized filtration system. And then the water goes a long way until it reaches the tap in your kitchen. This path runs through many kilometers of pipes, most often laid many years ago. Some of these pipes are iron, hence a metallic taste, rust, and other oxides appear in the water. Copper pipelines are also found in homes – they themselves are durable, but oxidized copper is also not good for the body.
In addition, dirt accumulates in any pipes (including modern polymer pipes). Where does it come from? In case of accidents and damage to pipes underground, the soil erodes, and together with water it enters the pipe and spreads throughout the entire branched system. When repairing a damaged pipe, of course, it is replaced, but it is no longer possible to flush the entire system perfectly. Imagine how much sediment settles in pipes in 10 or 20 years! This dirt is the habitat of various bacteria and other microorganisms. If the water is chlorinated, this inhibits their development, but chlorine and chlorides in themselves are harmful substances.
Even if the water in the tap meets basic hygiene standards, its appearance, smell and taste may be far from ideal. In particular, the calcium content may not exceed the norm, but it can leave white marks on dishes, precipitate when boiling, create scale and spoil your household electrical appliances. In addition, excessively hard water negatively affects the life of the body, as it causes a violation of the acid-base balance in physiological fluids.