Many have asked the difference between the different types of drinking water filters they could use in their homes, at work, or at school… so below you will find some basic facts regarding water filtration units that employ activated carbon filters.

Activated Carbon Filter:

  • Positively charged and highly absorbent carbon media in the filter attracts and traps many drinking water impurities.
  • You will typically find these drinking water filter systems on countertops, as point-of-use faucet filters, and under the sink.
  • A good system for eliminating bad tastes and odors and a well-rated activated carbon filter will filter out many hazardous contaminants such as heavy metals, disinfection byproducts (i.e. haloacetic acids and trihalomethanes to name a few), chlorine, radon, volatile organic compounds, and pesticides.
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