A Condensing Unit Filter For Your Home
What is a condensing unit filter? Well, let me ask you a question. What’s in your water? Would you say it is mostly chlorine, and, probably, it’s that too? That’s right, you are right. The only substance added to the water to kill or at least control the bacteria that could form bacteria-borne diseases, is chlorine. So now we know how we got our water contaminated with unwanted toxins and carcinogens, but, how did they get in the first place?
So now, we have a condensing unit filter in place and we’re taking care of the problem. But what about the rest of the water? How do we stop any small percentage of pollutants that may still be floating around in the remaining water? Well, just like the condensing unit filter, there are a variety of components included in the overall system. Now, some of those include a water purification device that we have in place, a filtration/de-mineralization process that removes many of the larger chemical pollutants, a water softening component that breaks down most of the sediment that can be left in the water, and a condensing unit filter that take care of any remaining small amounts of dissolved minerals that may have gotten through to the drinking water from the system. The type of materials used in these types of systems vary from one company to another. But the point remains, that we have a filtering system in place to reduce or remove any of the chemicals from the water we are consuming.
Now we’ve filtered the water and we’ve cleaned up the environment where we used the water in our homes, but the water remains to be dangerous. The chemicals in the water are still there, and, at times, they may be used as weapons. You know what I mean? So, to get rid of the chemicals that are present in the water, we need to find a way to prevent their use for our families.