Quality Water Filters 4 You Posting Page
Sunday, September 28, 2008
If you live in the city and have city water you may well be wondering how do I get rid of the fluoride out of my drinking water. Well we have a water filter unit that will do just what the name inplies. It will remove the fluoride from your water so it will be healthier, cleaner, and great tasting. Making the decision for a glass of water easier for you and your family. The fluoride removal water filters come in a variety of models and styles.They are easily installed and are very attractive, with their own diverter valve and faucet.
They come in Undersink and Countertop, as well as single, double and triple models. The single 6 stage fluoride removal system has a single cartridge for removing hundereds of contaminants. The double 7 stage fluoride removal system has two cartridges for removing hundreds of contaminants as well as VOC's, insecticides, pesticides, and industrial solovents. The triple 8 stage fluoride removal water filters has 3 cartridges for removing hundreds of contaminants, pesticides, insecticides, VOC's and industrial solvent, with one more step to remove silt, sand, and dirt which also helps to extend the life of the filter.
Now with all the above information you will know when purchasing a fluoride removal water filters, that you are buying a quality, well built, American made water filter for you and your family. Not only will you feel better about giving your children a glass of water, you will do it knowing that hundreds of contaminants as well as fluoride is gone from the water filling the glass. You can even save money by not having to buy bottled water for you and your family to drink. You can fill your own bottles and store them in the refrigerator if you want them ready to grab and go, or just want them to be good and cold. You can rest assured knowing that all the fluoride you don't want to be drinking and any other impurity in your water will be long gone. All you will have left is clean, clear, pure, odorless and great tasting water.
by: Chris Tracey