Quality water filtration systems are available for your home or business to help with the removal of harmful contaminants like bacteria, metals, pesticides, chlorine, scale and sediments, and more, as well as for visual and sensory problems like staining, water hardness and bad tasting or smelly water odors.
At Diamond Pure Water Filtration, our water filtration specialists will sample the water in your home to determine if there is a problem and then design the appropriate water treatment system to remedy the problem. Our expert technicians will provide you with many options to handle all your water filtration needs. Whether you would like a whole house filtration system or one designed for just a kitchen faucet, you’ll have several top quality systems to choose from. We offer parts and equipment for most makes and manufacturers.
Proper design, installation and maintenance of your water filtration equipment is important because your water must have proper filtration with ozone concentrations high enough to maintain an adequate residual in order to treat bacteria and/or viruses.
Your water should be tested for bacteria and/or viruses prior to drinking or use. You could also have sediments, metals, and other contaminants in your water that need special filtering. Moreover, water conditions change continually, therefore, it is recommended that you have your water tested annually by a one of our qualified professional technicians.
Diamond Pure Water Filtration specializes in water filtration systems for your home or business. Our professional water technicians can provide you with:
- Quality Water Filtration Systems
- Water Filtration System Repairs – all Makes & Models
- New Water Filtration System Installation
What are the Different Kinds of Water Filtration Systems?
Reverse osmosis is one of the most common water filtration systems. This system features a fine, semi-permeable membrane that filters sediment and contaminants from the water. Oxygen can also pass through the water through this method, which improves the taste of the water.
Carbon filters will also absorb contaminants. When contaminants pass through the carbon filter, they stick to the surface of the carbon while the cleaner water passes through. The filters are designed to capture sand, dirt, and other particles. Organic filters may also be removed with some organic chemicals.
UV filters are growing in popularity. They use high frequency light to kill all living organisms, but most people still need laboratory testing to confirm that the water is purified.
Back Washing filters allow water to pass through a medium to trap impurities. The water will exit through the control valve once the water is properly filtered.
Ceramic water filters contain small silicon shells that are designed to capture impurities. The filters are restored by rinsing and brushing under water.