This is an overview to look at the Home Master range of products.
To avoid any confusion as some older heads still refer to the brand as Tap Master, we’d quickly like to clear this up for you. The change of name from Tap Master to Home Master was to highlight that they were doing much more than taps. With a wider range of products including home reverse osmosis water filters, the name seemed a better fit.
When we invest in a major purchase, we want to ensure we’re buying the correct product. Water is essential to life. We all know that as an unquestionable truth. Everyone drinks water, either straight up or as fundamental constituent of some other beverage. For over a century we’ve been complacent about the purity and cleanliness of water knowing that domestic water supplies have been treated to kill harmful bacteria or prevent water-borne diseases from spreading; and so, we easily fall into taking tap water for granted.
But as concerns for the levels of contaminants found in drinking water is becoming blatant and media coverage of toxic materials in our environment has been fearlessly published, and more and more recent studies are coming out about how unregulated chemicals and even hormones are found to be present in tap water, the public is becoming seriously apprehensive and worried over water purity and safety.
Clean, safe water has always been, as it is today, and will most likely be a crucial issue for everyone. Confronted with the recent worrisome findings and documented studies, more and more people are turning into alternatives for purifying water at home, installing and using in-house filtration systems. One such popular system uses the process called “Reverse Osmosis” and this product is the Home Master tmafc Artesian or as it’s sometimes called the Tapmaster tmafc
This system also known as Ultra-Filtration or Hyper-filtration effectively gets rid of undesirable contaminants from water by forcing it under pressure through multi-layered semi-permeable membranes, removing more chemicals than any other filtration system; even more than water distillation, in fact.
The Reverse Osmosis Filtration System is highly advanced and works better than even top quality carbon filter because it combines activated pre-filter carbon and membranes. Water that passed through these semi-permeable membranes, which are of two different types: either Thin Film Composite (TFC) or Cellulose Triacetate (CTA) is almost 100% totally free of impurities commonly found in water.
The TFC membrane blocks undesirable very small particles more effectively; but CTA is much more resilient especially in homes where water being filtered is chlorinated.
A typical Reverse Osmosis system offers an assortment of Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) pre-filters, a storage tank complete with faucet to provide you with purified at your countertop, and the reverse osmosis membrane. You can choose from a variation in membrane quality, storage capacity and output capacity. Here is one of the more advanced model in the market today.
Home Master Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System
These models from the highly respected Home Master range are affordable and practical. The Home Master Reverse Osmosis drinking water purification system is designed to convert your tap water into smooth, delicious, bottled water quality without the inconvenience of high price.
One of the most popular models is the The Home Master TMHP HydroPerfection Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System. We took time to do a detailed review here.
Other highly sought after products include the Home Master TMAFC Artesian Full Contact Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System ( read review here ) and also the similar sounding named Home Master TMAFC-ERP Artesian Full Contact Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System – Again the complete review is available by clicking here.
The advanced membrane used in Tap Master that can do exceptional purification can safely eliminate 99% of dissolved contaminants. It’s unique Fast flow kit enables you to double the flow from your faucet and the advanced long lasting filters can deliver 50 gallons a day, 3900 gallons in one year between filter changes. Talk about inexpensive upkeep!
Another popular replacement for tap water that has been steadily making its presence felt if the bottled water. The authenticity of its purity has been under scrutiny of late and has been questioned by different studies. The environmental concern of shipping bottled water is yet another issue to be taken up.
As for Reverse Osmosis, for many consumers installing this water filter system in their homes, it is an easy, simple, logical and very cost effective way to make sure that the taste, quality and safety of the water they drink. Indeed its price is a small investment that’s worth the bucks with the peace of mind it brings.