What is water filtration?
A process used to eliminate and decrease impurities in the water is water filtration. To extract harmful contaminants from the water, a decent water filter works like a sieve but keeps all the essential salts and minerals in. This method of filtration is often called the ‘method of adsorption’ as well. And this is when a material, usually gas, is used to make the chemicals in the water conform to the carbon pores. So a good water filter system takes out all the bad stuff like chlorine, dirt, dust, rust, and cysts such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium but keeps in all those important salts and minerals to keep us healthy. That’s one explanation why people waste so much money on filters for water that will eliminate any damaging impurities. How do they work, and do we need them for real? Let’s get a closer look!