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What's the difference between pitcher filters and your water purifier?

Pitcher filters work using the force of gravity and therefore the pores of the filter must be large enough to let the water run through. Om water purifiers use the natural pressure from your tap in a 2-stage filtration process. First, the water runs through an active charcoal block made from coconut shells (removes chlorine, odour, bacteria, organic and some inorganic residues) followed by the water being pressed through a reverse osmosis filter with pore size of 0.0001 micron (1 micron = 1/1000 of a mm) which filters out micro plastics, hormones, medicine traces and pesticides, among others making it the lightest drinking water similar to water from high altitude mountain springs.

What is the active charcoal block responsible for and how is it produced?

Is om water suitable for children to consume?

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