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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2006 7:49 am 
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Nadine, your link goes to a subscription page for CR, so we didn't see the systems you referred to. What system are you going to get?


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I have not yet decided. I regret the delay in posting this.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 25, 2006 2:24 am 
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I noticed these LaPure filters at a store in Richardson:

http://allergyclean.com/waterfilters.htm

Don't know anything about them, and haven't found much information about them. Don't know if this "Oxidation Reduction Media (REDOX)" is anything significant or not. This seems to be the manufacturer of this "solid state" filter technology:

http://www.lapurewaterinc.com/

Certainly seem to boast a high capacity, but don't know how real that is.


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 Post subject: water filtration systems
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I contacted Radiant Life in California and found a new water conditioner, full house filtration and a RO that puts minerals back into the water. It seems the latest threat to our water are Chloramines, a mix of chlorine and amonia and can eat up a shower filter in no time. There wasn't much information on the web site of radiantlifecatalog.com but they sent me information and spent a lot of time on the phone. I feel like it is the best thing on the market as there doesn't seem to be much to choose from other than a very expensive full house RO. I can't say how well it works as it is being shipped in and I can only hope for the best.


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Our system includes a bone charcoal filter for the entire house and an RO filter for drinking water at the kitchen sink. Judy deals with the company and I'm not sure who the current maintenance people are. The company that installed it is not around as far as I know.


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I was looking around for something else at Costco.com and came upon this:

Watts Premier Zero Waste Reverse Osmosis System
http://www.wattspremier.com/sdwa/pou-zerowaste.htm

Anybody hear anything about this outfit?


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 Post subject: Hi!
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I am looking for a water purifier. My budget is 200$. Can anybody help me in getting it. I am curious to know about more.
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