On average you should be drinking at least two litres of water per day, enabling your body to flush out all the waste products. By not doing this you are putting your health and that of your family at risk. But let’s be honest: who wants to drink two litres of bad tasting tap water each and every day?
Now great tasting healthy water (a 90% improvement in quality) is right within your reach!
Easy to follow installation instructions ensures any DIY person would easily be able to fit the water purifier, but if this is not your cup of tea a quick call to your local plumber will have it up and running within an hour.
SA Water Purification’s range of water purifiers require very little maintenance, and in some cases, none at all. The most tedious job would be replacing the filters once per year… which takes up to 20 minutes to do when working slowly.
Once you have experienced the great taste of purified water in your own home you will wonder why you have waited so long.
Water purifiers from SA Water Purification are:
- Very affordable
- Low Maintenance
- Very easy to install
“During 2010, SA Water Purifiers installed a water purification system in my newly built home in Woodland Hills, Bloemfontein which enabled me to purify rainwater which I gather in a tank as well as purify the municipal water. The system removes all the chlorine, sediment and bacteria from both water sources. Now my family has pure clean safe water from any tap in our home and I highly recommend SA Water Purifiers as a professional and reliable company from where you can get any water purification system.”
Neels Niewoudt, Bloemfontein
How does it work?
Water purification is one of the quickest and simplest modifications one can make to improve quality of life. There are many methods for achieving this, each with its own pros and cons. Reverse osmosis is one of several popular filtration methods. Below are several advantages that make reverse osmosis a compelling choice.
The pores through which reverse osmosis filters water are microscopic, much finer than those found with most other commercial methods. As such, RO eliminates many contaminants that other methods would simply pass through, vastly improving the taste and health of the filtered water. Whereas other methods ignore chlorine and other additives, RO easily removes these, even trapping ions and other microscopic particles.
Reverse osmosis is effective at removing as much as 90% of the contaminants found in home drinking water, thus empowering you as a consumer to decide what man-made chemicals you wish to consume. Aluminum, Arsenic, Asbestos, Atrazine, Benzene, Chlorides, Chlorine, Copper, Cryptosporidium, Cyanide, Fluoride, Giardia, Lead, Mercury, Nitrates, Radium, Radon, Silver, Sodium, Sulfide and Trichloroethylene are just some of the contaminants reverse osmosis can remove from the water you live and work with every day. Many of these are missed by simpler processes that pressurize water through coarse filters.
Reverse osmosis also contributes to immune system efficiency. By eliminating microscopic contaminants from the water supply from which you drink, cook and clean, harmful microorganisms never come into contact with your immune system. While most beneficial to those with compromised immunity, removing harmful pathogens often results in an immune system with more energy available to repel other more common invaders such as flus and colds.
Water softener eliminates mineral deposits
A water softener is most likely one of the more popular water treatment technologies available today in South Africa. There are different ways in which a water softener works but the end result remains the same.
A good quality water softener will ensure a high water quality for your family’s household water. With the correct system properly installed all mineral deposits that were in the water before going through the system are eliminated.
This is what you’ll find:
- No more spots on shower walls
- No more spots on your glassware
- Laundry comes out cleaner
- Your clothes are fluffier
- No more soap deposits left in your washing that causes itching and rashes
- The overall water quality is improved and it really does feel softer
So how exactly does your water softener work?
A water softening system works on an ‘ion exchange’. Hardness in the water is caused by magnesium and calcium in the water. For every grain of hardness that is removed (calcium/magnesium) it must be replaced with an equal amount of salt.
Your water softener exchanges the calcium with salt. In truth calcium is salt as well; the calcium salts are just replaced with sodium salts. If the softener works perfectly there would be an exact exchange but this is not always the case therefor in our system a rinsing is incorporated to remove any excess salt that might be left.
There are water softeners for any small or large application and we provide systems for domestic and industrial use.
Using a water softener will add value and savings by ensuring clean water without the minerals that can clog up piping in your home including the washing machine, dishwasher, solar geyser, normal geyser and everything else where water goes through.