Carbon Filter Information
Activated carbon filtration is one of the most effective methods for filtering impurities from water and is often used in both residential and commercial settings. Carbon filters can remove a wide range of contaminants, including chlorine, taste and odor compounds, pesticides, VOCs, and many other chemicals.
We’ve prepared the following articles to share our expertise about carbon filtration to help you learn more about this treatment technology.
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General Information About Carbon Filters
Carbon adsorption is a water treatment process that uses activated carbon to remove contaminants from water. Carbon filters can effectively remove a wide range of contaminants from water, including chlorine, taste and odor compounds, pesticides, VOCs, and many other chemicals.
In this section, we provide articles we’ve written about carbon filtration. You can learn about how carbon adsorption works, installation and maintenance techniques, and other useful information.
Contaminants and Carbon Filters
Carbon filters can effectively remove many different contaminants from water. In this series of articles, we review how well carbon removes specific compounds, special considerations, and other important information.
Many refrigerators have filters to purify the water that dispenses from the fridge. Most of these refrigerator filters use activated carbon as the primary method of treatment. These articles are focused on fridge filters and cover topics such as how well they remove contaminants and general information.
We hope the information in these articles will help you better understand carbon filters and how they can be used to improve your water quality.
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