Filters

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BevGuard water filters are designed for the beverage and food service industry. These high-performance yet economical filters fit most major brand systems. They remove or reduce chlorine taste and odor, and reduce hardness buildup. They have optional scale and lime protection and can provide up to 12 months or 20,000 gal of service life.  

Mini-Rack Systems

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UVDynamics mini-rack systems combine filtration and UV disinfection into one affordable, easy-to-install whole-home drinking water system. Manufactured from 10-gauge HR commercial grade steel with a powder-coat finish, the system will appear new for many years. Available in flow rates from 6 to 20 gpm with up to 3 filter sumps (choose from two styles in either 10 in. or 20 in.), these systems speed installation, are easy to service and provide lasting value.

Shower Filter Systems

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These shower filters are made with a proprietary blend of 100% KDF for the removal of free chlorine. Tests exceed NSF Standard 177. The line of shower filters includes a single-spray head, a five-spray-pattern head, an in-line filter for handheld showerheads and a shower arm filter.  

Cost-Effective Treatment System Eliminates Toxins

Publication Date: 
July 19, 2016

United Filters Intl. has introduced a new water treatment system for point-of-entry applications. Trident whole-house water filtration provides protection against lead in all three stages.

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Filter Cartridges

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The Matrikx line of standard-sized activated carbon block drinking water filter cartridges—CTO, CTO Plus, Pb1 and ChloraGuard—are powered by GreenBlock. They are designed to go into 10- and 20-in. slim line and jumbo housings. This range of coconut shell carbon filters is ecologically sustainable.  

Process Media

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Patented KDF 55 and KDF 85 process media provides an effective means of removing lead from water in point-of-entry or point-of-use applications. High-purity formulations of copper-zinc alloy, the process media removes up to 99% of water-soluble lead, as well as mercury, nickel, chromium and other dissolved metals.

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Microcystin: Danger in the Lake

Cyanotoxins are chemical contaminants in surface water formed by cyanobacteria. Also known as blue-green algae because of their ability to use photosynthesis like plants, cyanobacteria create oxygen as they feed and grow from plentiful nutrients and sunshine. 

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Testing the effectiveness of POU filters for microcystin removal

Publication Date: 
June 29, 2016
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Bluewater Showcases New Filtration Systems

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Bluewater
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Whole house systems remove contaminants at continuous rate

At Aquatech China, Sweden’s Bluewater water purification brand showcased new water purification systems designed to deliver home users purified water for drinking, washing dishes and clothes, and taking a bath or shower. Bluewater’s whole house filtration systems help households across China use cleaner water with reduced particles and contaminants from every faucet.

Publication Date: 
June 20, 2016

Filters

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ULTRA-D submicron depth filters use proprietary, patented, electroadsorptive media technology that removes pathogens and inorganic contaminants through electro-adhesion and ion exchange. This technology allows nonwoven media to produce filtration efficiency comparable to UF but at low pressure drop, with high flow rates and loading capacity working equally well in freshwater, brackish water or saltwater.

WWIF Begins South Africa Expedition

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Wishing Well Intl. Foundation
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Group aims to deploy 33 biofilters during week-long trip

Representatives of Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) from the US and South Africa laid out the itinerary details for a mini expedition start May 22 in Nelspruit, South Africa.

During the week-long trip, the group will work with local organizations to deploy 33 biofilters to provide clean, safe drinking water for hundreds of people for 10 years. The trip will also provide an opportunity for WWIF to continue planning and scouting for next year’s big event, the 10-1-10 Africa Expedition.

Publication Date: 
May 23, 2016
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