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Water Filtration Systems

Having a filtration system could remove a lot of unseen worries you have not thought about. A water filter removes the impurities by lowering the contamination of water using a fine physical barrier, a biological or a chemical process. It is vital to have a water filtration system in place either swimming pool or garden sprinkling system. Water pollution could cause skin’s irritation, could damage the plants and cause a different kind of disease or infections which could be very annoying.

Types of Water Filtration System

Let us talk about the 5 basic types of water filtration system give you the idea which filtration system should be installed according to your preference.

Activated Carbon Filter: These are also known as pre-filters or carbon filters and are generally responsible for removing larger particles like sediment or salt from water. They work by absorbing these particles, as a result, they are not present in the water that comes out from the faucet.

Reverse Osmosis: This filtration system is very popular because it can remove all kinds of contamination that are dangerous for your health. This system also ensures that the result is odor free and clear both.

Water Ionizer or Alkaline: These filters use the electrolytes process. The water is pass over plates that are electrical charged and is separated into two streams, one is alkaline and the other is acidic. It gives soft water with low acidity as a result.

UV Filters: These kinds of filters are relatively new. Ultraviolet radiation is using to treat waters and destroys various bacteria that can be damaging to the health.

Infrared Filters: Like alkaline filters, infrared uses heat and light to charge the water negatively to give a softer feel to water.

 

By knowing these basics, it would be easier for you to make the right choice whenever you plan to make a purchase.

 

10″ Clear Bowl Filter Housing complete with 60 Micron Filter Gauze – 3 part. The 3 part housing are given for easy removal in restricted spaces. Full range of filter application is available on request including Sediment, Carbon, Iron removal. This filter works best for both Commercial to Domestic Water purification as well as Reverse Osmosis. In just £19.99 the filtration system would be an ideal addition to the irrigational needs.

Irritec In-Line Y Filter – Stainless Steel Gauze- Male x Male BSP Thread: Having this in £9.50 – £45.00 is worth investing for the long-term results. It prevents the blockages in sprinklers and helps towards the reduction of sediment in the water.

 

is working towards all kind of filtration supplies, irrigation services, garden irrigation systems in the UK, hence working closely with the recognized brands and distributor. Installing our systems and using its controllers are efficient and user-friendly.

With 25 years of Technical experience, our highly efficient and experienced Team is available to resolve all kinds of filtration and irrigational worries. You can contact us from 8 am to 8 pm, Monday to Saturday and could book an appointment if you want to discuss the best water filtration systems with an expert. Our highly competent Team and Friendly Technical advisor will serve you till you are satisfied.

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IrrigationUK supply a wide range of water irrigation systems, watering and swimming pool products to farmers, gardeners, small holders, farms, golf courses, hotels and factories etc.

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