March 10, 2008

Reverse Osmosis Best Way To Remove Fluoride From Tap Water

Dangers of Fluoride


Professional Perspectives: Fluoride in Tap Water


INTRODUCTION:

Reverse Osmosis History Click Here.

Reverse osmosis (RO) has found
increasing use as a home treatment
method for contaminated drinking water.
RO is probably best known for its use in
desalination projects (turning seawater
into drinking water); however it is also
effective for treating water quality problems in the home.

RO can reduce the amounts of organics,
inorganics, bacteria
and particulates that can be found
in contaminated drinking water.

REVERSE OSMOSIS




RO systems range from $300 to $400 installed. Filter replacement costs
about $60 dollars a year. The main filter of the four costs about $100 dollars
every three or four years. Dollar values are provided as a
rough guide to comparative costs of different systems.

Contaminants Taken Out Of Water:

Sodium 87-93%
Calcium 80-97%
Magnesium 80-98%
Iron 90-98%
Cadmium 96-98%
Lead 96-98%
Nitrate 83-92%
Organic Halides 83-92%
Trihalomethanes 65-99%
Chlorine 13-91%
Total Dissolved Solids 95-99%
Fluoride 95-99%












1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for informing more people of this horrible thing. Our future is really at at stake!