Vyair Blog

  1. How to Prevent Water Spots When Washing your Car



    Streak-free perfection is absolutely key in the world of car valeting and detailing. With clients paying large sums of money, ensuring squeaky clean results is absolutely crucial for staying up with the competition. Buying pure water is an expensive and inefficient way to ensure clean water for valeting, and considering water filtration solutions can save efficiency and money in the future.

    Why filter car valeting water?

    There are a host of minerals and impurities in tap water, such as calcium, magnesium, sodium, copper, and iron. All of these impurities can leave marks on the paint/chrome or glasswork if it is used for the final

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  2. Best Marine/Aquatic Water Filtration Practices.






    Getting your new fish tank set up is easy for any level - from beginner to seasoned pro - as long as the feed water into your tank is right. Getting this right, with the right setup, is crucial for the fish to maintain a healthy and happy life.

    It is best to know the water supply before you start. Found very often in municipal supply, chlorine exists to disinfect the water and make sure it is free of microbial contaminants. Fish do not like chlorine! It can damage their gills and remove beneficial nutrients. 


    Testing meters 

    Test your supply with our range of different meters. Get accurate

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  3. Water filtration for Window Cleaning 






    Pure water for window cleaning makes sense. The impurities in the municipal water supply present problems to window cleaners. Solve the problem of streaky and dirty finishes by introducing a water filtration system in your setup. 


    Tap Water


    Mains water contains minerals, sediments, and impurities such as calcium and magnesium. These contaminants will leave windows with a milky white residue that is not desirable. They will also cause unwanted streaks. For a clear streak-free finish, purified water is advised. Pure water is free from unwanted minerals and dirt allowing for a clear finish when the water naturally evaporates. 

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  4. Distillery Water Filtration

    Distillery Water Filtration

    How to Open a Distillery - Spirits Beacon


    It is vital in distilleries or breweries to have total control over your water supply. Contaminants are particulates in the supply can have a big effect on the final product, so it is important to know what is going in, identify any problematic contaminants and then take them out.

    Common particulates found in water that are undesirable for the final distilled alcohol or brewed beer include chlorine, chloramine, manganese, tannin, nitrate, sodium, sulfates and TDS (total dissolved solids). 

    Safe Water Storage

    A comprehensive approach to food safety is absolutely vital when it comes to water for distillery industry operations.

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  5. Bottled Water vs Filtered Water. Which one is Healthier?






    Municipal water supplies and drinking water infrastructure have revolutionised living standards for billions of people around the world. Truly a modern miracle, the world revolves around the availability of the essential resource. Quality of water supply does vary based on location, with a variety of environmental and man-made factors affecting what comes out of the tap.

    Concerns over the quality of tap water are well-founded and are not limited to traveling to different places and encountering new local bacterial cultures. As people have become more health-conscious, the interest in what we are exposed to through our water has grown. Many people turn to bottled water in the belief that they are consuming purer or mineral-heavy healthy water. Likewise, water filtration,

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  6. What is De-ionising Resin?




    What is De-ionising Resin?


    Resin is one of the most effective forms of water purification for many applications such as (but not limited to) window cleaning. Simply put, resin is a filtration media in bed form, designed to remove impurities from feed water as the water passes through the bed.


    Ions of the water impurities are attracted to the charge of the resin. In mixed bed resin such as MB115 and 

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  7. Recycling sewage into drinking water









    The idea of recycling sewage into drinking water would make the stomachs of many turn. It invokes imagery of a dystopian future, but it is by no means a new notion. It has been done before, and however drastic the measure sounds, the reality is a lot more logical and cleaner. Countries around the world have employed this tactic when dealing with a lack of fresh water supply and is a very efficient way of maintaining the municipal water supply.

    As strains on water supply become more prevalent, the possibility of widespread wastewater recycling is becoming more of a reality.



    How is wastewater recycled for consumption?


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  8. Reverse Osmosis or Bone Char? The Best Filtration Method for Removing Fluoride




    Reverse Osmosis or Bone Char? The Best Filtration Method for Removing Fluoride.


    Fluoride in Water.


    Our municipal water supply is highly treated. Heavy metals and sediments are removed, processes like dechlorination exist to sterilise and remove harmful bacteria, and minerals such as magnesium and calcium and added due to their health benefits. One of the more divisive elements of water treatment is the process of fluoridisation. On one side of the argument, fluoride exists to aid with dental hygiene and health, aimed at reducing tooth decay rates amongst children. On the other side, the chemical is dangerous and potentially

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  9. Report: All England Koi Show Visit 25/26th September 2021

    We were very lucky to visit the All England Koi Show in Kent last weekend! A huge thanks to the South East Koi Club for a great event.
    Our highlight was the opportunity we got to chat and engage with some of you. Some very insightful discussions were had, with some lovely and interesting people.
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  10. Where Does Coffee Come From?






    Coffee. The energising nectar fuels the daily lives of adults everywhere. There aren’t many things out there that have the unifying effect of the hot bitter stuff. It wouldn’t be an understatement to say that coffee is what makes the world go round. It’s second nature now in the morning: Wake up, get a shower, then hit the cupboards for your tub of instant or coffee beans to kick the day off.


    Coffee shops are everywhere. You can get coffee at any restaurant or bar. In short, coffee is all around us. Its availability and universality are taken for granted. Here we look at the origins of coffee, both in history and in the modern coffee bean-producing nations.



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