This information is intended as a guide for household water treatment. Different water filters have different functions. Some improve the taste of water, while others filter out harmful chemicals and bacteria. A single filter cannot eliminate all types of contaminants from drinking water. Also, not everyone needs a water filter. Fitt Hydro-Systems offers a variety of household water purifiers that remove salt, bacteria, precipitates and odors, making drinking and cooking water 100% pure.

Water purifier selection

The water that comes to your faucet actually contains a small amount of many other substances. Some of these are beneficial as follows: Appropriate amounts of disinfectants, such as chlorine, help keep water safe from bacteria and fluoride that help prevent tooth decay. Other substances that may be present in the water, such as lead and the bacterial cryptosporidium, can be harmful. There are many different types of filters, and it can be difficult to determine if you need a filter or which one is best for you. Filtration is one way to protect your health, as water is not drinkable in many parts of the world. Here are some steps to consider when deciding whether to use a water filter. When used, it indicates the type and function that best suits your particular needs and preferences.

What is the “pore size” of a filter?

The pore size is the size of the small holes in the filter that allow water to pass through. Think of a sieve or strainer. The smaller the pores, the less contaminants they carry. For example, if the “absolute” pore size of the filter is 1 micron, then each pore of the filter will be 1 micron or less. This means that contaminants larger than 1 micron, such as Cryptosporidium, are trapped in the filter and do not reach the filtered water. A filter with a “nominal” or “average” pore size of 1 micron has an average pore size of 1 micron. That is, some pores are smaller than 1 micron and some pores are larger than 1 micron, allowing contaminants such as Cryptosporidium to enter through the larger pores. To the water you filter.

Municipal water purification system

The municipal home water filter machine is suitable for purification of municipal corporation water supply in Kenya.

It has 4 stages 

Catridge : Filtering sand rust, sediment etc in water

CATRIDGE : Removing remaining bad smell,chlorine,organic sediment in water and filtering suspended material

CARBON MEMBRANE: removing bacteria ,virus, heavy metals, and other harmful particles.

Municipal Home Water Filter

Borehole water home water filters

Household water purifiers under the sink are equipped with granular activated carbon and a thin film composite membrane, which work together to provide a high level of purification and are ideal for drinking water. Reverse osmosis under a sink fits conveniently under a normal sink in any home. You can wash up to 280 liters in a day. It uses reverse osmosis technology to produce completely pure water from local governments and other natural resources. The specifications include three stages of pretreatment with sediment and carbon filters, reverse osmosis treatment. Final stage is treatment with carbon filter for taste. Ultra-filtration is the sixth stage for elimination of chemicals, salts, heavy metals, viruses, and other pathogens. 

Borehole home water filters

Suitable for Homes

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