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Alb Filter® Installation

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Alb Filter® FAQ

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Water guide

German drinking water is considered the best-monitored foodstuff. Find out more here.

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Everything important about the possible substances that can be found in our water.

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Water filter guide

Why does it make sense to filter the water (again). Learn here why only a fraction of the pollutants are filtered publicly at all.

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Activated carbon, ultrafiltration. We have a comparison of the common filter media.

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Learn all about activated carbon. What is it and what filters activated carbon? What are the differences? How does the filtration work?

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Filters based on activated carbon, membrane filtration. Which technology is used where.

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Purely mechanical, catalytic, adsorbent. Different processes and what is filtered with them.

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Home entrance filters, end point filters, outdoor filters. What is on the market?

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What are the benefits to me as a consumer of purchasing my own water filter.

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How do TDS / PPM / EC conductivity meters relate to water quality? Learn what these meters are really telling us.

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So-called jug or table water filters are popular and widespread. However, the supposedly filtered water of such jug filters tends - especially at warm temperatures - to quickly become contaminated.

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Why treat the drinking water in the kitchen again? You can find out about the differences between the various systems and their advantages and disadvantages in this article.

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And what makes it so irreplaceable as a filter medium? You can find out about these and other questions on the subject of activated carbon here.

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Environment and Health Guide

The novel bioplastics mainly include thermoplastic starch (TPS), cellulose acetate and polylactide (PLA), while processes for the production of bio-based polyethylene (bio-PE), polypropylene (bio-PP) and other plastics are being developed and established.

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With interactive water requirement calculator. What happens when too much or too little water is drunk? On which factors does the human water demand depend?

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The coronavirus pandemic has changed our everyday lives in many ways. But what about our drinking water? Is there also a risk of infection there?

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