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How does Reverse Osmosis work?

02nd November 2012
Reverse osmosis is a pressure driven process that forces water through a semi-permeable membrane that only passes the solvent (or water). The solute or larger molecules are concentrated and flushed out in the reject stream. RO removes approximately 99+%... Read >
Author: James Armstrong

A new Tough and Capable A3 Printer - Canon Pixma IX 4000 A3 Inkjet Printer

12th January 2011
This durable inkjet printer definitely has great capabilities in terms of delivery top quality prints to you with little expense and less fuss. Although not the smallest set up for a printer it can provide you with incredible output for the high quality p... Read >
Author: Andrew Norman

Review of the HP Color Laser CP1518ni Printer

28th October 2010
Hewlett Packard's (HP) Color LaserJet CP1518ni is a low-cost color laser printer with a fairly decent design. The design wont stack up to the legendary 2100 or 2100N. But, compared with other printer priced in the same market such as the HL-4040CN from br... Read >
Author: JerryMiles

Five Reasons to Purchase a Laser Printer for Your Home Office

09th April 2010
Large companies have been using laser printers for years to produce high-quality, low-cost documents quickly. The print quality is incomparable, efficiency is at a premium and production costs are low, so there is little wonder that laser printers are an ... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

The Advantage and Disadvantage of Using Magnetic Water Softener

07th January 2010
With the range of options and procedures that we have for softening hard water, it can be complicated to make a decision in which techniques will work best. Consequently, the price of the water softener apparatus is one issue to think about as well as its... Read >
Author: Xerendipity

Seven Secrets Salt Water Pool Sellers Don't Want You To Know

14th October 2009
SECRET #1 Salt water systems corrode the pool equipment. The Facts - The salt itself has issues of attacking the cement in the plaster and deck materials. This is a relatively slow process when the salt levels are low. The salt also can kill any landsc... Read >
Author: Larry Couture

Why Does My Pool Smell of Chlorine?

22nd September 2009
A pool pump is "primed" when there is a solid flow of water running through it. Because pumps can't "grab" or move air, the presence of a little air in the system will quickly slash the pumps performance. The pump may even "run dry" not moving water at al... Read >
Author: Aiden Thomas
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