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Can You Drink Softened Water?

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Water naturally contains a variety of mineral compounds, such as calcium and magnesium. The amount of these compounds contained in a sample of water determines whether it is considered “hard” or “soft”. Hard water has high levels of minerals, while soft water has low levels of minerals. The term “softened water” refers to hard water […]

Distilled vs Deionized Water: What Makes Them Different?

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While both distilled and deionized water are both forms of very pure water, they are produced using distinctly different methods. Depending on the water source, distilled water could be purer than deionized water. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean distilled water is better than deionized water. Each method has advantages and disadvantages, and the ultimate choice […]

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The Differences Between Coagulation and Flocculation in Water Treatment

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Coagulation and flocculation are two methods used to increase particle size and enhance filtration efficiency. Regardless of the size of the system, coagulation and flocculation are typically the initial steps in water and wastewater treatment. At their most basic, coagulation and flocculation involve the process of adding positively charged chemicals to the water. These chemicals […]

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Culligan® Premier Series Deionizer Systems

What is the Best Water Purification System?

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The water purification process removes harmful contaminants and unwanted material from a source of water. Contaminants may include hazardous chemical agents, organic and inorganic compounds, metals, mineral deposits, and organisms like parasites, bacteria, and fungi. Water purification aims to remove as much foreign material from the water source as possible, making it suitable for human […]

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Deionized Water System vs Reverse Osmosis: Which is Best For Your Application?

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There are many different filtration systems for water, two of the most common being reverse osmosis and deionization. While they are both effective in substantial ways, several misconceptions surround both of these processes. Here, the team at Reynolds Culligan clarifies how these systems work and answers frequently asked questions we receive about them to ensure you […]

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Reverse Osmosis Water Removes Many Common Contaminants

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And a Culligan Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System provides you and your family bottled-quality water right at your kitchen sink. You’ll use this water for so much more than just drinking! Reverse Osmosis Water is Great to Use For: Crystal-Clear Ice Cubes Boiling Water for Cooking Rinsing Fruits and Vegetables Watering Plants For Your Dogs, […]