Portable Water Purification System Saint John NB
Winnipeg , NB
Saint John, NB
Selkirk , NB
Portable Water Purification System
Portable Water Purification System-Do You Need a Portable Water Purifier Device?Author: Larry L. Taylor
Before you buy a portable water purification system ask yourself these 2 questions: 1. Why do I need a portable water purifier device vs a stationary water filter system? 2. Is there another choice? By reading this article you will know the answers.
Office Water Quality?
Some only contain granulated carbon, so they only remove some chlorine and odor. Others can remove lead, chlorine and a variety of chemical contaminants. It’s always best to check product performance data, before you buy.
Lead and other Contaminants
If you work in DC or Baltimore and you want to use your office tap, you need a portable water purification system that removes lead. If you can, you should get your company to invest in a better filtration device that fits right onto the tap. There would be numerous advantages.
Some chemical compounds, like THMs cause cancer.
You are exposed to THM in numerous ways, but anytime that you can limit your exposure, you should.
Of course, the advantage to you would be that you would not have to worry about carrying a portable water purifier to work with you. You might also consider doing something else on a regular basis. See my website listed below for alternative choices to portable water filtering systems.
There is another important safety tip about a portable water purification system. Remember to replace it fairly often and don’t use strong detergents to clean it. You may want to insure that it is clean, but if you put it in the dishwasher the plastic will degrade and end up contaminating your clean H20.
About the Author:
Larry L. Taylor is a dedicated advocate of living a healthy lifestyle and diligent researcher of water purification systems. Visit his site at: http://www.CleanWaterPure.com to discover which portable water purification system or water purifier devices Larry recommends after extensive comparisons. Thanks, Larry L. Taylor