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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Zero water I used zero water filter for my chemistry project. First we collect the water from our homes.Then we tested the water with a different parameter like iron, chlorine, bacteria, ph ,nitrates, water hardness and copper. The only element that was present in my water was nitrates. We needed to use a filter to remove the nitrates from the water, then we went to the Zero Water website and it says it removed 99% of nitrates. So we tried to filter the water then after we filtered the water we tested the water again and the nitrate level did lower from 5 ppm to 1 ppm, so I would recommend others to get this filter because it made the water more cleaner.
Date published: 2015-05-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Price for quality I did buy this 2 weeks ago, however the filter expired sooner then I thought. I suppose there is simply too many contaminates with Toronto's water. While it does as advertised I could not recommend this to anyone as I do not find value with this product. There could be someone who gives clean water a very high value and would pay the premium. as a business I don't think they will last long unless they can improve the filter to be more efficient to save $$$.
Date published: 2015-11-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ZeroWater is great. ZeroWater is the greatest filtration I have ever used. In my chemistry class, we are doing a project on DC water, where we collected water from different parts of DC and tested to see if any parameters were found in it and whether or not it is safe to drink. The parameters we tested were iron, nitrates, pH, water hardness, lead, bacteria, chlorine, and copper. The highest parameter that was found in the water was water hardness. We chose ZeroWater because on the website, it said that it filters calcium and magnesium, which makes up water hardness. It worked really well. After the filtration, the water hardness decreased to 25 ppm. I would recommend Zero Water.
Date published: 2015-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My Review of Zerowater I would give this filter 4/5 stars for it’s performance because it does the job that is intended correctly and it works pretty proficiently. In my own personal experience I used Zerowater to reduce the water hardness of my water which was initially a level of 250 ppm but after using the filter it reduced significantly to 25 ppm. The water also originally had .5 ppm of chlorine but after using Zerowater it reduced to 0 ppm which was another great benefit. The only problem I saw while using Zerowater is that it took a longer time than expected so it is a bit of time to filter but it is worth the wait.
Date published: 2015-05-06
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