Frequently asked

Healthy Life Starts From Clean Water Pipes

The secrets of our pipes

About 98% of the water are used in brushing teeth, washing face, shower & bath, washing vegetables and rice etc., however, the cleanliness of the water has always been neglected. People wash the water tank once in half a year, but the water pipes are always left unwashed for years. Do you have any idea how dirty the water pipes in your house are?

Moss in pipes

Drinking such water causes diarrhea and stomach pain

Bacteria in pipes

Body develops itchiness after shower

Dirt in pipes

The water that flows out is mud-water.

Rust in pipes

Heavy metal levels exceeds standard

Watch the video to reveal the truth behind this!

2 years

Rust cube formed. In the morning, rust water flows out from the tap

5 years

The walls of the water pipes are getting rusty. Water is turning into rust-water

10 years

Rust cubes become bigger. The diameter of the water pipes is getting smaller.

frequently asked questions

I have not heard about water pipe cleaning technology, has it been used in other countries?
Japan and European & American countries have already started cleaning the water pipes as early as 20 years ago. In recent years, the Japanese water pipe cleaning technology was introduced into Malaysia. The technology was then upgraded and successfully promoted throughout Malaysia. Until now, there are about 10,000 families subscribe with periodic water pipe cleaning services.
Is it necessary to clean the water pipes?

Yes, definitely! As we all know that nowadays, the pollution is getting from bad to worse, this affects the pipe water quality too. If left unwashed for long time, the water pipes will become the hot bed for breeding microcystins, virus and bacteria, Escherichiacoli & Enterovirus etc. Furthermore, heavy metals e.g leads, arsenic, cadmic and mercury etc., tend to accumulate in the water pipes. These heavy metals will not only harm your health but also reduce the water flow and even clog the water pipes!

Will all the water pipes get dirty regardless of their materials?

Dirt will accumulate in the water pipes regardless of their materials. The longer the time it is left unwashed, the more dirty it will get. While washing the water pipes, what flows out from the water pipes are white color dirty water and light green algae water from cold water pipes; dark brown rust water from hot water pipe; even the black ink mud water from underground water!

Which water pipes in my house can be cleaned?

All the tap-water pipes in the house can be cleaned! This includes hot/cold water pipes of the bathroom basin, shower, kitchen and the water pipe for washing machine. For single story house, at least 11 pcs of water pipes must be cleaned. For double-story houses or higher, the quantity of the water pipes to be cleaned will be more and the length of the pipeline will be longer!

How frequent do we need to clean the water pipes?

It depends on the water quality in various regions! Generally, it should be cleaned once a year. If the house is installed with whole house water purification system, then the cleaning of the pipes can be delayed for 1-2 years!

I have water filter at home, do I still need to clean the water pipes?

The main function of the water filter is to filter out the particles in the water, but it can’t filter out and remove the toxic trace elements as well as the bacterial which deposit in the tap water. Using water filter alone will not cleanse the polluted water thoroughly. In order to have clean and healthy water, cleaning the inner wall of the tap-water pipes is the only way to treat the root cause of the pollution. Moreover, cleaning the tap-water pipes prolongs the lifespan of the candle inside of water filter hence making the water purification more effective!

What are the common cancer-causing elements in the tap-water pipes?

All the tap-water will go through chlorination and disinfection process. During this process, chlorine tends to react with the organic compound (e.g algae etc) and produce volatile halogenated hydrocarbon. This includes trihalomethane, chloroform, Bromodichloromethane and Dibromo-monochloro-methane. Tests performed on the animals proof that all these elements have mutagenic and cancer-causing effects while some cause malformation and (or) are toxic to the nerves which lead to tumors in the liver, kidney and colons. Unfortunately, all these formations cannot be effectively removed with the current limitation of technology and economy. However, the formation of volatile halogenated hydrocarbon can be much reduced by removing the precursor in the water pipes. This will effectively reduce the incidence of cancer.

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