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  • Is My Water Safe to Drink?

    Posted On 06/07/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Is My Water Safe to Drink?

    Over 15 million U.S. households rely on private, household wells for drinking water. The well water we use to bathe, cook, and drink typically comes from sources such as reservoirs, lakes, rivers, or streams. The problem with these outdoor water sources is that there is no protection against dangerous pollutants infiltrating the water, such as dirt, iron, sulfur, lead, algae, etc.. Even if you are using city water regulated by EPA, your water supply is usually treated with chlorine, chloramines and fluoride...

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  • How To Test My Water Quality – Everything You Need to Know

    Posted On 06/07/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    How To Test My Water Quality – Everything You Need to Know

    Did you know that a recently published report found more than 22 carcinogens in tap water? This included by-products of radionuclides like radium and uranium, water disinfectants, and arsenic! So how exactly do you find out if the water is safe in your home? While it may take a bit of money, effort, and time, it's worth doing to know the condition of your water.  

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  • How to Eliminate Common Well Water Particles

    Posted On 05/28/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    How to Eliminate Common Well Water Particles

    Drinking well water has a lot of natural benefits including high mineral content that can improve both your health and the taste of your water. Not all the particles found in your well water are good for you though. Well water is commonly affected by iron, magnesium, and hydrogen sulfide that naturally leach into the water source from rocks and soil. While in small quantities these particles do not negatively affect your water, in large enough quantities the hydrogen sulfide will create a rotten egg smell and the iron and manganese can create rust in your water, ruining your appliances, and leaving brown and black specks on your laundry and in your bathtub.

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  • How to get filtered water in your apartment

    Posted On 05/13/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    How to get filtered water in your apartment

    Having access to clean water to drink and cook with is crucial for your health and well-being, but what are your options when you rent your home? You might not be able to control what type of water you have access to, but you can control what type of water you put in your body. 

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  • Small Business Water Filter Solutions

    Posted On 04/29/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Small Business Water Filter Solutions

    How important is the quality of your ingredients to the success of your small business? How much time and consideration do you put into choosing the types of coffee you serve at your coffee shop? How many iterations does your microbrewery go through to perfect the taste of your beer? Isn’t it imperative that the core ingredient to any recipe, the water you are using, be the purest, freshest ingredient you have?

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  • The Hidden Cost of Hard Water Damage

    Posted On 04/23/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    The Hidden Cost of Hard Water Damage

    Hard water conditions are easily identified by the white, chalky buildup on sinks and faucets. This white residue is commonly referred to as scale. Scale buildup and scale deposits can destroy your appliances, your plumbing, and are incredibly harsh on your skin and hair. While this water is safe to drink the amount of damage it can do to your home makes it a major problem. 

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  • Tank VS Tankless Reverse Osmosis Water System - Which is the best?

    Posted On 03/04/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Tank VS Tankless Reverse Osmosis Water System - Which is the best?

    If you drink municipal city water your tap water is regulated by EPA standards and local city ordinances, however, many reports, including analysis from the Environmental Working Group, consider these standards much too lenient. If you drink well water, you likely already know that you are responsible for testing and treating your water.

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  • Ultimate Guidance of Choosing Spin-down Sediment Filters

    Posted On 02/17/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Often, water sources get clogged and filled with different types of contaminants that affect the quality of water. Pollutants with bigger granules like sand, grit, and other sediments are hard to take out using regular sediment filters, which may require filter replacement every month or sooner. This is where spin-down filters come in handy. Spin-down filters are flushable and reusable. Some are even embedded with automatic flush features, which make system maintenance like a breeze. Spin-down filters usually can remove sediments from 50 microns, which make it a perfect first-step filtration system for your household, especially for people with well water and other natural water sources.

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  • Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System for Hydroponics and Vertical Farming

    Posted On 01/14/2021 By iSpring Water Systems

    Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System for Hydroponics and Vertical Farming

    For hydroponics and vertical farming, purified water with precise formula of minerals and nutrition is absolutely essential for success. After all, water is the primary carrier of nutrients in a hydroponic system. Now’s a good time to ask these essential questions:

    Are you using the right water for your plants?

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  • Can a water purifier filter Coronavirus effectively?

    Posted On 12/11/2020 By iSpring Water Systems

    Can a water purifier filter Coronavirus effectively?

    The situation of COVID-19 is always serious. In addition to personal safety protection, people should be careful about the water and food they ingest.

    However, the news of COVID-19 detected in non-drinking water in Paris remind us that the virus might survive in the water. In any...

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