It is possible to remove fluoride from drinking water, but not every water filter type or manufacturer will do the job.
Reverse osmosis takes place when the water is moved through a membrane from lower concentration to higher concentration. Pressure is applied on the side to force the water molecules across the membrane to the fresh water side. The water will be accumulated in a tank. Reverse Osmosis/Ultrafiltration from Crystal Quest systems produce up to 100 gallons of top quality water per day and remove up to 99.9% of undesirable contaminants and filter particles as small as 1/1000 of a micron by forcing untreated water through a semi-permeable membrane.
Over the past ten years concerns have been raised that fluoride may present unreasonable health risks, particularly among children, at levels routinely added to tap water in American cities.
Crystal Quest FLUORIDE REMOVAL cartridge, containing fine-mesh pre-resin media to reduce fluorides below 0.5 ppm. Contains Synthetic Aluminum Oxide adsorbant media specifically designed to have a high affinity for Fluoride, Lead and Arsenic.
Available in single, doube and triple systems for under the counter or counter top installation.
Brita, Pur, and most other filters WILL NOT remove fluoride.
Check the product descriptions on their websites prior to purchasing to confirm that fluoride is left in the water. Some websites about fluoride removal state otherwise.
Boiling the water
This will not reduce the fluoride in the water, it will rather concentrate it.
Freezing the water
Freezing the water will not affect the concentration of fluoride.