Approximately 85 million people in the United States get their water from private wells. Well water is used for drinking, bathing, and cooking. Most of the people who receive water from wells trust that it is safe to use, but well water often contains contaminants that lead to unpleasant odors, flavors, or health concerns. If your water smells like rotten eggs, you may have water contaminated with hydrogen sulfide. What is hydrogen sulfide and its related chemical compound called sulfates? In this guide, we will explore these compounds, including methods for eliminating the dangers and odors with a whole house well water filtration system.
Restaurants should consider the quality of water they use and serve to customers since it can greatly affect the food and beverage items they sell. A commercial reverse osmosis system like the PRO+AQUA PRO+RO will be able to meet the daily demands of any busy restaurant. Capable of producing 1000 gallons of reverse osmosis water per day, that water can be utilized in a multitude of ways such as baking, cooking, coffee, teas, or for drinking.
There are thousands of RV’s on the road with owners that think they don’t need an RV water softener system. They’re most likely using an antiquated way of filtering campground water by employing a tiny inline filter that goes from the source to the RV. Though that method can work in some situations, we’re not going to judge you. But we are going to provide you a better alternative to filter your water, enhance your camping experience and become the talk of the campground. Are you ready? Let’s go!