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Introduction to Net Faucet

Kukel International Group Limited | Updated: Apr 27, 2018

Introduction to Net Faucet


Scientific surveys show that according to a survey, tap water contains more than 2,100 poisonous chemicals. Once people use contaminated water, their waste, toxins, and heavy metals must accumulate over time and be stored in the human body. Therefore, people have introduced clean taps. The production of clean taps also shows the improvement of people's living standards.


Urban construction experts have announced that the most direct cause of water pollution is precisely the link that has not been taken seriously: the accumulation of rust at the end of the water supply pipeline; in the detection of tap water, the content of super heavy metal, ie, the content of water rust, is too high. The first indicator of pollution. Rust pollution has become the biggest harm to people in tap water pollution. Experiments have shown that the main reason for the higher incidence of liver disease among urban residents than rural populations is iron oxide in drinking water. These metal components are inherently indispensable to the human body. However, excessive iron intake by the human body can also lead to many diseases. One of the most direct and most harmful is iron oxide damage to the human liver.


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