6 Important Things To Consider Before Buying A Water Purifier

Six Important Things To Consider Before Buying A Water Purifier
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Water is the most essential component of life and is vital for sustenance. About 60% of the human body is made up of water. Consumption of impure water leads to various health-related issues. Due to the pollution from chemical solvents of industries, and germs from the atmosphere the water is becoming unfit for human consumption. It is very essential to install a water purifier at home. 

In ancient times people used various ways to purify water, such as purifying through cloth, clay pots, gravel filters, sand, and stone filtration. However, with technological advancement, people invented water purifiers to do the task of purifying water. There are many types of water purifiers but some are unable to remove impurities from the water. 

So, here in this blog, we have listed 6 important things to consider before buying a water purifier.

How does a water purifier work?

Water purifiers contain reverse osmosis (RO). Reverse Osmosis is a technology that is used to remove a large majority of contaminants from water by pushing the water under pressure through a semipermeable membrane. RO demineralizes water.

In RO water purifiers the tap water passes through a membrane which has small holes to filter out impurities from the water. The mineralized water is stored in a container, which can be used for consumption.

Things To Consider Before Buying a Water Purifier

1. Quality of water:-

Before buying a water purifier you should analyze the quality of the water. It is better to take the advice of a RO water purifier professional to suggest a suitable water purifier for your home. The quality of water differs from one area to another. We cannot judge the purity of water by physical impurities, because water contains dissolved germs, which affect personal health. The taste and smell of the water also indicate the purity of the water.

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Potential Hydrogen (pH) value of water should be 7 and Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) lie between the range of 50-120. Make sure to check the smell, taste, and pH level of the purified water of the water purifier you are planning to buy.

2. Daily Usage:-

Analyze the average daily water consumption of your family. Because every water purifier comes with a different water storage capacity. Analyzing the daily consumption will give you an idea about what kind of water purifier you need. If your daily consumption is high, then you will need a high-power water purifier that can filter out a large supply of water. If your consumption is low, you can easily go for a water purifier with low storage capacity. Also, consider the activity for which you are going to use the purified water because many people use the water for drinking as well as for cooking. If you will use the water for different purposes, then get a water purifier which has more storage capacity or vice versa.

3. Budget:-

It is important to analyze and set a budget for buying a water purifier. Water purifiers are available at different prices. Not everyone can afford an expensive water purifier. So before buying, set a budget. Once you are done setting your budget, you can look for a water purifier that fits your bill. Also, consider the amount you are willing to pay each month for your electricity bill because every water purifier consumes a different power supply. 

It would be wise to buy a water purifier of a good brand because a water purifier is a long-term investment. The average budget for a good water purifier is between 12k to 15k.

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4. Maintenance Cost:-

Before buying a water purifier, you should analyze the maintenance cost that will fit your budget. Every water purifier needs regular service at an interval of 3 to 4 months. You will also need to replace the filters every year. The average maintenance cost of a water purifier varies between 2k to 5k per year.

5. Purification Process and Technology:-

This is the best way to choose among different types of water purifiers. The technology used in water purification affects the quality of water. Every brand has some different technologies to purify water, such as RO (Reverse Osmosis), UV (Ultraviolet), UF (Ultrafiltration), etc. It is really important to check the number of purification stages involved in the process of water purification. You can select this product based on the purification process and technology that suits your requirement.

6. Build Quality:-

After analyzing the technical aspect, design and build quality comes next. As the water purifier is a long-term investment, you should consider the durability of the material the purifier is made of. Most of the brands provide good technology but bad quality, to make the product budget-friendly. But there are also some brands which provide decent technology as well as build quality. So, you have to analyze the quality of the parts of the water purifier. Also the design and look of the water purifier matter. You should get a water purifier which suits and matches your home and fulfills your necessity.

CONCLUSION:-

A good water purification system will ensure the wellness of your family members and protect them from germs. Contaminated water will cause more harm than good. Choose the water purifier after gathering data and analyzing it rather than being influenced by the advertisements. This is very important in making a decision on your health and your family. Always analyze all functions of a water purifier and choose the best according to your needs.

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