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A filter can remove a variety of pollutants, depending on the type of filter you choose. Here are some of the common pollutants that can be eliminated by different types of water filters.


Activated carbon filters

These filters are effective to eliminate organic pollutants, such as chlorine, volatile organic compounds (COV), pesticides, herbicides, industrial chemicals and compounds that cause bad smell and taste in water

Inverse osmosis filters

These filters use a semipermeable membrane to eliminate a wide range of pollutants, including salts, heavy metals, fluorides, nitrates, sulfates, bacteria and viruses.

Ultraviolet light filters

 These filters use ultraviolet light to deactivate and eliminate bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms present in the water.

It is important to keep in mind that the effectiveness of a water filter can vary depending on its quality, adequate filtration and maintenance capacity. In addition, some filters can be more specialized in the elimination of certain pollutants than others. Therefore, it is advisable to investigate and choose a filter that adjusts to your specific needs and water quality in your home.

Remember that the choice of the best water filter for your home will depend on the quality of the water you receive and the specific pollutants you want to eliminate. If you have doubts, it is advisable to consult an expert in water treatment or seek professional advice to make the best decision.


Water filter eliminates impurities that drinking water carries with them, such as sediments, chemical compounds such as chlorine, organic pollutants, and reduces heavy metals

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