Filterless Water Purification

Written by Patricia Tunstall
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Filterless water purification offers a wide-range of options for those who want to have great drinking water in their home or workplace. "Filterless" means you are relying on bottled water, not on water purification systems that treat tap water to remove impurities. One of the major advantages of purchasing bottled water is the purification has already been done for you, so you don't need to mess with buying and changing filters on a regularly-scheduled basis.

Regardless of the amount of space you have available for water dispensers, there is some setup that would be suitable. To accommodate larger groups in offices, water coolers provide a large supply of hot and cold water for drinking and for preparing hot drinks. Available in various shapes, sizes, and colors, these filterless water purification coolers make an attractive, functional addition to the workplace.

Filterless Water Purification for Home and Office

Coolers usually have a reservoir of two gallons of water, and they can handle three-, four-, or five-gallon water bottles. For those small, two-person offices, or for small apartments, plastic dispensers are handy. Some sit on a countertop, table, or counter stand, so they take up no floor space.

When considering filterless water purification setups, don't overlook decorative, ceramic crocks. They store two gallons of water and can accommodate two- to five-gallon water bottles. Not only do they have a large capacity, they come in many, many motifs to go with color schemes and themes in the home and the office.

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We hope to install a swim spa next year. Dislike the idea of swnmmiig daily in chlorinated water. Is there an alternative for this application?We will be traveling this winter in our small diesel RV. Last year we filled up our BPA-free bottles at Wal-Marts as we went. Don't trust the bottles to be safe but glass bottles are so heavy. What type of filter do you recommend for small RV's where weight and limited space is a consideration?Thanks again,Suzanne