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Water filtration

Water filtration is a water treatment process that removes impurities from water using a physical barrier, a chemical process, or a biological process. Water filtration can improve the taste, color, odor, and clarity of water, as well as reduce the presence of harmful contaminants, such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, heavy metals, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals. There are different types of water filters, such as media filters, screen filters, disk filters, slow sand filters, rapid sand filters, cloth filters, and biological filters. Some water filters are designed for point-of-use, such as pitchers, kettles, faucets, and bottles, while others are installed under the sink or at the point-of-entry to the water supply. Some water filters use more than one filtration method, such as activated carbon, ion exchange, reverse osmosis, or ultraviolet disinfection. Water filtration is important for enhancing the quality and safety of water, as well as protecting the water distribution system from corrosion and fouling. Water filtration can also reduce the need for other water treatment processes, such as chlorination and softening.

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