Removing color from water
Reverse osmosis water purification systems are some of the most popular water purifiers. This system removes contaminants in a proportion of 90 to 99%. It is best used to remove perchlorate and nitrate from water.
Tools and Materials Needed:
- Reverse osmosis water purification system
- 1/2 inch drill bit
- Smaller drill bit
- Teflon tape
Tap water is not safe all the time. If you do not want to always drink and cook with bottled water, then the solution may be a purification system. The system prevent contaminant from getting into your body and thus preventing diseases. This is actually the best water purification method.
Of course, before choosing a location for the system, you will need to buy it and understand they way it needs to be installed.
After you have decided on the place, drill a hole to place the reverse osmosis water purification faucet. Install the faucet and tighten it up.
Turn off the valve for the cold water and then attach the saddle valve to it. Now you will need to drill a hole in the drain pipe and fasten the waster water line. Now insert the valve above the hole.
Read the instructions to see if you will need to install any more components like elbow fittings or tee. The storage tank should be installed under a sink. Attach the lines.
Turn on the cold water supply, but at half volume. Once the filters are filled with water you can close the reverse osmosis water purification system. Check to see if there are any impurities in the tank. Flush them if there are any.