• About drinking water

Healthy water

The human body consists of approximately 60% water, which is necessary for keeping our organs and body healthy and functioning. 

Fruits, vegetables, and other foods are great water sources. But the best and most common way to get the right amount comes from drinking it. Tap water can contain different kinds of chemicals that may be harmful to your health. That is why you should ensure that your drinking water is clean and free from substances.

Tap water can be of different quality depending on where you live. Some areas can have high levels of mineral content, also called hard water. Hard water is not dangerous for your health but can cause wear and tear on household appliances and clothes, as hard water contains a higher calcium content. If you get your drinking water from a self-sufficient well, it may be a good idea to analyze its pH, as low pH can cause acidic water, which risks triggering heavy metals. And may, in the long run, generate contaminated drinking water.

Why you should analyze your drinking water

It may be a good idea to analyze your water to be sure that your drinking water is clean and healthy, especially if you use a self-sufficient water source. The area around the well may be contaminated, which may cause the absorption and transportation of various types of metals and chemicals. Tap water can also contain harmful viruses and bacteria that may cause diarrhea, vomiting, and other stomach problems.

pH is another important factor in determining healthy drinking water, and is especially important to analyze if your household uses a self-sufficient water source. A low pH indicates that surface water and surface groundwater may harm your drinking water and can be caused by acid rain and calcium-poor bedrock. The low pH can also be due to the water well being placed too deep in the ground. Healthy potable water should have a pH between 7.0 - 9.0.

With Soeks Ecovisor F4, you can easily analyze and check that your drinking water is healthy and free of dangerous chemicals and contaminants.

Read more about Ecovisor F4 here! 

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