When it comes to the type of water treatment system you choose for your facility– point-of-entry or point-of-use – it’s not about one being better than the other, but it is about the unique water requirements for your facility.


A point-of-entry system is installed at the main water line, where the water first enters your facility, to treat all the water you use in your entire facility. The treated water can then flow from every tap and to every appliance in the facility.


While a point-of-entry system treats all the water in a facility, a point-of-use system treats only a portion of that water. Point-of-use systems filter water at the “point” where water is being used and is installed at a single water connection, typically at a tap or a shower point.

The most common type of point-of-use systems in medical/hospitality facilities are tap and shower filters, made of microfiltration membranes.

Point-of-entry and point-of-use water treatment systems can work together to create a complete solution for your water safety needs. Whether you are considering one type of system or both, Fealter can help you determine the best solution to address the water needs of your facility.

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