**FOR COPPER, PEX, OR CPVC PIPE:**

1. Find the OUTSIDE CIRCUMFERENCE of the pipe you will be installing the pipe on by wrapping a piece of paper around the outside of the pipe, marking where it overlaps, then removing the paper and measuring it's length in inches from tic mark to tic mark.

Write that number here: ______________(or on a piece of paper)

2. Divide the resulting measurement from Step 1 (the circumference) by 3.14

Write that number here: ________________(or on a piece of paper)

If the resulting number is between .5 and .75 then order a ½ ” unit.

If the resulting number is between .75 and 1.0 then order a ¾ ’ unit.

If the resulting number is between 1.0 and 1.25 then order a 1” unit.

If the resulting number is between 1.25 and 1.5 then or der a 1 ¼ ” unit.

If the resulting number is between 2. and 2.25 then order a 2” unit.

**FOR PVC PIPE: **

1. Find the OUTSIDE CIRCUMFERENCE of the pipe you will be installing the pipe on by wrapping a piece of paper around the outside of the pipe, marking where it overlaps, then removing the paper and measuring it's length in inches from tic mark to tic mark.

Write that number here: ________________(or on a piece of paper)

2. Divide the resulting measurement from Step 1 (the circumference) by 3.14

Write that number here: ________________(or on a piece of paper)

3. Now deduct .25 from the resulting number in Step 2. (for standard Schedule 40 PVC pipe)

Write that number here: ________________(or on a piece of paper)

If the resulting number is between .5 and .75 then order a ½ ” unit.

If the resulting number is between .75 and 1.0 then order a ¾ ’ unit.

If the resulting number is between 1.0 and 1.25 then order a 1” unit.

If the resulting number is between 1.25 and 1.5 then order a 1 ¼ ” unit.

If the resulting number is between 2. and 2.25 then order a 2” unit.

**FOR GALVANIZED PIPE: **

1. Find the OUTSIDE CIRCUMFERENCE of the pipe you will be installing the pipe on by wrapping a piece of paper around the outside of the pipe, marking where it overlaps, then removing the paper and measuring it's length in inches from tic mark to tic mark.

Write that number here: ________________(or on a piece of paper)

2. Divide the resulting measurement from Step 1 (the circumference) by 3.14

Write that number here: ________________(or on a piece of paper)

3. Now deduct .25 from the resulting number in Step 2.

Write that number here: ________________(or on a piece of paper)

If the resulting number is between .5 and .75 then order a ½ ” unit.

If the resulting number is between .75 and 1.0 then order a ¾ ’ unit.

If the resulting number is between 1.0 and 1.25 then order a 1” unit.

If the resulting number is between 1 .25 and 1.5 then order a 1 ¼ ” unit.

If the resulting number is between 2. and 2.25 then order a 2” unit.

Leonardo Da Vinci was known for using the Golden Ratio of Phi in his artwork, this is also known as the Fibonacci Spiral, derived from the Flower of Life pattern.

The Fibonacci Spiral is the series of numbers 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34… each number is comprised by adding together the previous 2 numbers.

Read more: Fibonacci, Leonardo, Spirals, and Structured Water

Dr. Russ Newman, CL, PMD, a Certified Lymphologist and Holistic Doctor of Preventative Medicine, talks about the importance of structured water.

Watch this video of Inventor Clayton Nolte describing the Natural Action Technologies Structured Water Unit.

So how do I solve these water filter problems and how do I find the right water purification system to make the best water? Unfortunately, that's not as simple of a question as we once thought it was. Like many human endeavors in our history of science and technology the process of water purification has needed to evolve and still continues to evolve today. For instance, we first thought that adding chlorine to water was a safe way to purify water.