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Brazilian clay filter is the most efficient in the world


Considered a 'calmer' system, it ensures that microorganisms and sediment do not pass through the filter due to the high pressure exerted by the water flow.

We Brazilians probably have the best water filtration system on hand. No scrubbers, no kitchen faucet with filters, no gallons of mineral water.

Even better for cleaning impurities is the good old mud filter.

According to US research, traditional ceramic filter chamber clay filters are very effective at retaining chlorine, pesticides, iron, aluminum, lead (95% retention) and still retain 99% Cryptosporidiosis (disease-causing parasite). ).

Related studies, which were published in The Drinking Water Book, also indicate that Brazil's most efficient clay filter systems are based on gravity filtration, where water slowly passes through the filter and drips into a lower reservoir.

Considered a 'calmer' system, it ensures that microorganisms and sediment do not pass through the filter due to the high pressure exerted by the water flow.

The slow process is what sets it apart from high pressure filters, which receive tap water or pipe water, which are harmed exactly by the force of the water, which can cause microorganisms, sediment or even chemical elements such as iron and lead, reach the consumer's glass.

(Source: //www.newsrondonia.com.br/news/filter+of+++++++++++++++++++++++++++/37497)