Whole House Filtration System
A comprehensive drinking water solution to all your family members.
Water with Love
Providing safe water for your family and your pets.
Giving you extraordinary protection using the cutting-edge NASA technology
No salt, potassium or other chemicals being added
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Combining the advanced technology of SilverShield (incorporating NASA Technology) with ‘green’ technology to lead the industry in improving the health of your family and the Earth.
Goodspring Whole House Systemwith up-flow self-backwash valve
Clarius Whole House Systemwith smart computerized control valve
What are our clients saying
Don't just take it from us, let our customers do the talking!
"I was really appreciative of the quality of service and attention I received. Every question and concern I had was addressed. I've had my Puronics system for more than 10 years. It has really improved the quality of life for my family."Mark G.
"The technician was clean, courteous and on time. He covered our floors to prevent any dirt or damage. He thoroughly checked our water softening system. The whole installation went through perfectly and we can't thank enough!"Cheryl Z.
"Our Puronics water filter has worked flawlessly for about 17 years. We get consistently purified water (you can feel the difference on your skin in the shower), and it's so nice to know that we are drinking clean water and putting soft water into our system."Dave C.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Chlorine found in water raises health effects concern?
The chemical element chlorine is a corrosive, poisonous, greenish-yellow gas that has a suffocating odor and is 2 1/2 times heavier than air. Chlorine belongs to the group of elements called halogens. The halogens combine with metals to form compounds called halides. Chlorine is manufactured commercially by running an electric current through salt water. This process produces free chlorine, hydrogen, and sodium hydroxide. Chlorine is changed to its liquid form by compressing the gas, the resulting liquid is then shipped. Liquid chlorine is mixed into drinking water and swimming pools to destroy bacteria.
Chlorine is used to combat microbial contamination, but it can react with organic matter in the water and form dangerous, carcinogenic Trihalomethanes. About 90% of the population is drinking water which may contain hundreds of these Trihalomethanes,also known as Disinfection By-products (DBPs).
What experts say about chlorinated water?
“The drinking of chlorinated water has finally been officially linked to an increased incidence of colon cancer. An epidemiologist at Oak Ridge Associated Universities completed a study of colon cancer victims and non-cancer patients and concluded that the drinking of chlorinated water for 15 years or more was conducive to a high rate of colon cancer.”
– Health Freedom News
How will I know if Disinfection Byproducts are in my drinking water?
When routine monitoring indicates that disinfection byproduct levels are above the MCL, your water supplier must take steps to reduce the amount of disinfection byproducts so that they are below that level. Water suppliers must notify their customers as soon as practical, but no later than 30 days after the system learns of the violation. Additional actions, such as providing alternative drinking water supplies, may be required to prevent serious risks to public health.
What is Lead Contamination?
Lead, a metal found in natural deposits, is commonly used in household plumbing materials and water service lines. The greatest exposure to lead is swallowing lead paint chips or breathing in lead dust. But lead in drinking water can also cause a variety of adverse health effects. In babies and children, exposure to lead in drinking water above the action level of lead (0.015 milligram per liter) can result in delays in physical and mental development, along with slight deficits in attention span and learning abilities. Adults who drink this water over many years could develop kidney problems or high blood pressure. Lead is rarely found in source water, but enters tap water through corrosion of plumbing materials. Very old and poorly maintained homes may be more likely to have lead pipes, joints, and solder. However, new homes are also at risk: pipes legally considered to be “lead-free” may contain up to eight percent lead. These pipes can leach significant amounts of lead in the water for the first several months after their installation.
(For more information on lead contamination, see www.epa.gov/safewater/
Boiling water may risks my health if I don’t know the water contaminated with Nitrates?
Do NOT boil water to attempt to reduce nitrates. Boiling water contaminated with nitrates increases its concentration and potential risk. If you are concerned about nitrates, talk to your health care provider about alternatives to boiling water for baby formula.
Nitrate, a chemical most commonly used as a fertilizer, poses an immediate threat to infants when it is found in drinking water at levels above the national standard. Nitrates are converted to nitrites in the intestines. Once absorbed into the bloodstream, nitrites prevent hemoglobin from transporting oxygen. (Older children have an enzyme that restores hemoglobin.) Excessive levels can cause “blue baby syndrome,” which can be fatal without immediate medical attention. Infants most at risk for blue baby syndrome are those who are already sick, and while they are sick, consume food that is high in nitrates or drink water or formula mixed with water that is high in nitrates. Avoid using water with high nitrate levels for drinking. This is especially important for infants and young children, nursing mothers, pregnant women and certain elderly people.