The cancer-causing contaminant Chromium-6, brought to the public gaze by Erin Brockovich, is at levels exceeding public health goals in 50 states.
Millions of people are trying to find a workable solution to protect themselves and their families and to avoid drinking contaminated water.
What Reverse Osmosis Water Does to the Pipeline
A reverse osmosis water system is sometimes touted as a possible solution on both a domestic and municipal level. After all, it removes contaminants and that’s the goal, right?
Unfortunately, reverse osmosis is not a solution on either front. On a city-wide basis, aside from the prohibitive cost of building the plant, the stripped-back water – though admittedly free of contaminants – …
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire… Hang on. That’s not right. It’s not Christmas. Is it? Well, of course not, but that doesn’t stop us feeling pretty festive! Join us as we count down to our fabulous Christmas in July Water Ionizer Sale!
The Best Christmas Sale Ever – in July!
That’s right – alongside plans to hit the beach and slap on the sunscreen, you can pick up a Christmas bargain in our jaw-dropping sale!
The Tyent Water Ionizer Christmas in July sale is something pretty special. We have incredible deals on our water ionizer range with genuine bargains to make this summer your best yet!
Big question. The answer? Well it depends on your ionizer, your source water and how the two work together.
Source Water Worries
Let’s look at source water first. Is your water contaminated by herbicides, pesticides, chemicals or even worse – lead? The harsh truth is if you buy a water ionizer that doesn’t filter your source water properly, it can be dangerous. The reason? Well, some machines will process the water and produce alkaline water with a higher concentration of contaminants than the original source water.
Not good news at all.
What’s in the Water?
There’s also the “unknown” to factor in. Pharmaceutical companies are producing ever-more complex medicinal compounds. As …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 22, 2016 7:00 am
How are you enjoying our series on how well Tyent water ionizers compare to just about every other form of water gadget or machine on the market? We want you to make up your own mind about which one comes out on top. So we’re giving you the facts to let you decide for yourself!
A Clear Pitcher?
The third comparison we’d like to make is with a standard water pitcher with an integral filter. You can pick these up pretty much anywhere; the initial cost is low, and there are no installation requirements. In terms of features, some are more stylish than others, although obviously, that’s pretty subjective. The important thing is its filtration capabilities.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On November 17, 2016 12:00 pm
Have you read Part One of our special 10-part series looking at how a Tyent Water Ionizer compares to the competition?
Well, without further ado, we couldn’t wait to bring you the second part of the series, taking a closer look at how Tyent Ionizers compare with water filters that fit directly onto your tap.
Are Faucet Filters Any Good?
Faucet-mounted filters come in various designs, with differing filtration capabilities and construction. These range from mechanical to carbon-types, and others besides. Some filter out just one or two contaminants, while others remove more of the bad stuff from your water, but how thoroughly they do so varies tremendously.
Even great products have a limited lifespan and although Tyent’s water ionizer filters are extremely durable, they will eventually need to be replaced.
Fortunately, Tyent engineers took ease of filter replacement into consideration when designing the MMP line of counter top water ionizers.
Water Ionizer Filters and their Function
The primary functions of a Tyent water ionizer are filtration and electrolysis. After passing through an MMP water ionizer, tap water is both pure and alkaline, rich with antioxidants and free of contaminants. Every counter top ionizer from Tyent has a dual filtration system to ensure maximum purity.
Where life goes, Hollywood follows. And so during the same week that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder vowed to drink Flint water both at home and at work for 30 days to give reassurance that it’s safe to consume, a film is being fast tracked through the erm…pipeline.
Inspired by Time Magazine’s February cover story “The Toxic Tap,” producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have optioned the rights and will make the film for Sony Pictures Television.
Another Town in Crisis
The news cannot really come as much solace to the people of Flint, where up to 12,000 children have been exposed to elevated levels of …