Saturday, 16 August 2014

Avoid Black Mica On Your Drink Water

Two points about advice on water treatment cause misunderstanding.

Firstly, there is no need to kill or remove all the micro-organisms in water. Germs do not necessarily cause disease. Only those responsible for diseases transmitted by drinking water need be treated. And even some water-borne diseases are harmless when drunk. Legionnaires' disease, for example, is caught by breathing in droplets of water containing the bacteria, and not by drinking them.

Secondly, in theory, no normal treatment method will produce infinitely safe drinking water. The more exacting the water treatment process the smaller the risk, until such time as the risk becomes so tiny you can discount it. The skill of the experts lies in assessing when water is in practice safe to drink. Normally mud and clay contamination is harmless, but extremely fine rock particles including mica or asbestos occasionally remain in glacier water or water running through some types of clay. Visit  for more informatioon.

Practically any form of pre-treatment will remove them.

Viruses are exceptionally small organisms live and multiply within host cells. Some viruses, such as hepatitis A, and a variety of intestinal infections, are transmitted through drinking water. The polio and hepatitis viruses are about 50 times smaller than the pore size in even the finest ceramic filter.

You need to be aware of where water is safer if not totally safe, and then how to treat any water that you obtain.

For centuries palaces, homes, and elegant buildings were the prime locations for Black Mica installation. Is it the beauty of Black Mica?

Basic Characteristics of Black Mica

Black Mica has a surface depth that appears three dimensional with a luminescence unlike any other surface material. Black Mica, once sealed, is resistant to stains, molds, and bacteria. While most Black Mica choices need to be sealed in order to look their best and protect the Black Mica, if you are considering black Mica there are a few things to keep in mind. Unlike other colors of Black Mica, black  Mica is extremely dense and uniform in appearance and are typically the least susceptible to water absorption. In addition, there have been reports of overseas factories chemically treating Indian Absolute Black  Mica in order to achieve deeper, darker black Black Mica. In these cases, the Black Mica is more sensitive to food stains, chemicals, UV rays and cleaning products. For More information visit