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How to Build a Fluoride Water Filter for Kitchen Countertop Installation
A set by step video on how to build a portable countertop fluoride water filter
Fluoride is added to most US municipal water systems in the form of sodium fluoride, fluorosilicic acid, or sodium fluorosilicate in levels up to 1.4 ppm to prevent tooth decay. Above 4 ppm is considered unsafe and can damage teeth, wearing away the enamel. In recent years, some health professionals and scientists have questioned the safety of any amount of fluoride added to drinking water, and for that reason, a number of water filtration manufacturers started offering systems to reduce or remove fluoride. Home water filtration systems for chlorine and fluoride reduction start at $99 with a cartridge life of 6 to 9 months.
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Page Updated Last on: Aug 11, 2014