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THE 4 KEY FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A WATER PURIFIER

Purchasing a water purifier for your home or office is a long-term commitment, and it is something you should not take lightly. Before coming to a decision, you should compare the 4 most important criteria that determine the quality of a water purifier – the water itself, the filters, the technology and the after-sales service.

CUCKOO Water Purifiers offer outstanding quality for each of the criteria, setting new standards not just for the water purifier industry, but the way the world consumes water as well.

THINGS TO CONSIDERBEFORE BUYING A WATER PURIFIER

  • The Standards of Water

    Tip 1The Standards of Water

    • The pH level of your water
    • Water should not contain heavy metals, bacteria and viruses
    • Water should have good minerals
  • The Standards of Service

    Tip 2The Standards of Service

    • How frequent is the scheduled servicing?
    • How often are the filters changed?
    • What is included in each service?
  • The Standards of Filters

    Tip 3The Standards of Filters

    • Filters should eliminate heavy metals
    • Filters should be able to supply and retain minerals
    • Filters should not waste water
  • The Standards of TECHNOLOGY

    Tip 4The Standards of TECHNOLOGY

    • The material of the water tank
    • The energy consumption of the water purifier
    • The water purifier should work even in areas with low water pressure
TO ALL CUCKOO USERS, IF THE DRINKING WATER FROM YOUR CUCKOO WATER PURIFIER IS NOT AT THE APPROXIMATE pH 7.5 LEVEL, IT MAY BE CAUSED BY YOUR WATER SOURCE.

How to Choose the Best Water Purification Systems For Home Use

Choosing the best water purification system for home use can be a daunting task. However, this article will straighten out the above question and make choosing the best water purifier machine easier, if not easy!

Before choosing a water purifier machine for home use, you need to understand the type of  contaminants in tap water. There are basically two classes of contaminants, living and non-living. Now, it is not quite that simple, but that will get us started. Living contaminants consist of bacteria, viruses, and larger micro organisms. Non-living…well, that is everything else.

If your water comes from a well, then you may have an issue with living contaminants. Carbon filters, especially when combined with ceramic filters work well here. So do ultraviolet light filters. Distillers and reverse osmosis systems would also work well. You can have living impurities in your water even if you are getting it from a public system that is supposedly been treated.

Even if your city’s or municipality’s water purification systems have chlorinated the water, you can still have a problem with larger micro organisms, like protozoans and cysts. You especially need to be aware of this if your city’s water comes from surface water (drawn from a river or lake).

Researchers have found everything in our water from pesticides to prescription ceramic filters work well here, as long as you maintain the filter properly (easy to do!). The best water purification system like distillers would work well, except your water is almost surely chlorinated and most distillers should not be used for chlorinated water.

In a nutshell, selecting the best and most suitable water purifier machine can be a time consuming, confusing process. Hopefully, this article have given you some pointers here that can help. It is worth the effort, though! Your future health may depend on it.

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