Nano-Key filter cartridges utilize advanced nanofiber technology to filter both through electro-adhesion and mechanical processes. The cartridges feature ceramic nanofibers on a microglass matrix, reduction of virus, bacteria, cysts, endotoxin and other submicron particles. Potable water applications include RO prefiltration, beverage bottling and agriculture.
The H2O-RCT-CP replaceable cartridge countertop uses a proprietary cartridge size to ensure repeat sales. The GAC/KDF cartridge is designed to fit this housing and is retrofitted to work with standard housings. The housing only accepts H2O Intl. cartridges. It has interchangeable pre-filter disks, preventing early clogging and is available with Eco-Carb and threaded ceramic candle cartridges.
The RCT-CP replaceable countertop cartridge uses a proprietary cartridge size to ensure repeat sales. The cartridge is a CTO coconut shell carbon block cartridge with a 2,500-gal capacity. It is treated with Microban to prevent bacterial growth and early clogging, and is designed for cyst removal. The carbon block is manufactured using technology that reduces atmosphere emissions.
The new Carbflex OAC-20BB oil absorbing filter cartridge is an efficient solution for reducing hydrocarbon contamination and other pollutants. It is constructed from modified cellulose-based filter media for exceptional absorption, high flow rates and low pressure drop, and allows the filter media to chemically bond with hydrocarbons instantly, absorbing up to 95% of total hydrocarbons in a single pass.
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Besides numerous applications for Fosshield products in air filters, apparel and home furniture, this technology is particularly effective in water filtration.
Antimicrobial technology for water filtration
When designing a commercial drinking water system using ultraviolet (UV) light for disinfection, you will need to know the local regulations, how to determine flow rates, what options may be required and whether you need pre-treatment. When speaking about commercial establishments, I am referring to restaurants, daycare centers, schools, hospitals, parks and other entities that serve the public.
Overview of state regulations, determining flow rates, system options and pre-treatment requirements
Finding the right housing depends a lot on the application in which the housing will be used. Being familiar with your water filtration needs as well as researching the benefits of various types of housing will help you make the right decision.
The following is part two of a two-part article.