Water may seem as simple as 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom but depending on where it’s come from, water can contain all sorts of things, both good and bad. There are also a number of ways water can be treated with different processes reducing, removing or sometimes adding elements to tailor water to an exact specification.

Our range of articles below examine various subjects including what’s in our water, how various filtration technologies work and anything else to do with water.

The Best Alternatives To a Water Filter Jug

The Best Alternatives To a Water Filter Jug

  Water filter jugs work by utilising a small filter placed inside the jug or in the lid of the water jug. What if you could use the same filtration technology but the water came straight from your tap? We dive into the alternatives to…

What Causes Brown Tap Water?

What Causes Brown Tap Water?

In the UK we are expectant that we turn on our taps in our home for clean, clear and drinkable water. Brown tap water is an alarming sight if it suddenly comes out of your pipes!

Brown tap water can be a result of something that has happened to the water mains, or it can be an issue to do with your property’s internal plumbing or connection to the water mains.

How Reverse Osmosis Works

How Reverse Osmosis Works

While coffee connoisseurs are keen to discuss sources and types of coffee bean, it’s often forgotten that a cup of coffee is 98% water. This makes using some form of water treatment essential if you want the best flavour.

Reverse osmosis is often the method of choice when it comes to water treatment for coffee but why does it make such great coffee?

The Ultimate Guide to Water Quality

The Ultimate Guide to Water Quality

The Ultimate Guide to Water Quality and how to treat water to get the perfect results for any industry and application.

Not sure what water qualities will produce the best results for your use? Find out here

How Hard Is My Water?

How Hard Is My Water?

Check your postcode to see if you have hard water with our water hardness map. Millions of people live in hard water areas, do you? Hard water has a high number of dissolved minerals, predominantly magnesium and calcium.

Water is naturally soft when it falls from the sky and gains its hardness after coming in to contact with the ground.

Does your Household Need a Water Filter System?

Does your Household Need a Water Filter System?

Not sure if you could benefit from bottled water quality water straight from your tap?

Learn more about the benefits of having an under sink water filter system here…