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There is currently limited scientific evidence to support the claim that high alkaline water is healthier than low alkaline water.
The smell of rotten eggs in water is usually due to the presence of hydrogen sulfide gas (H2S).
Reverse osmosis (RO) water and distilled water are both treated water sources that have gone through a process to remove impurities, but they differ in how they achieve this.
This article explains what reverse osmosis (RO) is and how it works to purify water by using a semi-permeable membrane that removes contaminants such as minerals, chemicals, and microorganisms. The article also lists some common contaminants that can be effectively removed by RO systems, including chlorine, chloramines, pesticides, herbicides, chemicals, and heavy metals. Additionally, the article answers the question of whether RO systems are expensive, stating that they don't have to be and that Vern Dale Water Experts offers affordable systems with payment plans that make clean, pure water affordable for any budget. Overall, the article provides valuable information about the benefits and cost-effectiveness of RO systems for purifying drinking water.
A water softener is a device that is used to remove excess minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, from hard water.
If you're experiencing a foul smell from your hot water, there's a good chance that hydrogen sulfide gas is present in your water system. This gas is produced by certain bacteria that thrive in oxygen-deficient environments. While a whole house treatment system may be required to solve the issue, if only your hot water smells, the culprit could be an anode rod. An anode rod, which is designed to protect your water heater tank from corrosion and rust, can attract corrosive elements and take on the corrosion itself, leading to the buildup of bacteria and the production of hydrogen sulfide gas. The solution to this problem is a powered anode rod, which replaces the traditional sacrificial anode rod and eliminates the buildup of bacteria and the resulting unpleasant odor.