Water systems around the world are threatened by a large number of contaminants that are a wide range of dangers for households. Since water is used for swimming, washing, dishes, cooking and drinking, contaminants can easily affect people's health. Due to the rise in water pollutants, the water purifier market has also been formed. And now, the market is pretty congested with all the different systems available. These systems work in different ways but for a purpose: ensuring your contaminated water safety.
The oldest water purifier system is distillation, which simply heats the water up to boiling point in order to kill any bacteria in it. The good thing about distillation is that it is simple but very effective, so it is commonly used in homes and commercial use. The bad thing about it is that it uses a lot of water and energy.
2. Ion exchange
The ion exchange is a water treatment system where the resin material in the form of pearls is added to the water to clean the ions of the water. It is an effective way to eliminate unwanted ions of water, but is not essential against a wide range of possible contaminants. This is why ion exchange systems are often only used as a pre-filter and are often followed by another more complete purification process.