Pentair Showcases Product Innovations at KBIS

Pentair celebrates 80 years of its Everpure residential line of products

Pentair KBIS Everpure 80 years

Pentair celebrated the 80-year anniversary of its Everpure line of products by showcasing its innovations in water treatment at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in New Orleans, April 19 to 21. Pentair is renewing its commitment to developing products that improve ease of use for consumers and reducing the products’ environmental footprint.

One such product is the Everpure PBS-400, a prep sink and wet bar filtration system. This full-flow system plumbs directly into an existing prep sink or bar sink faucet. “This means that consumers can still enjoy the benefits of commercial-grade water filtration without the hassle of having to add faucets or add to their existing plumbing configurations. And because of this key functional benefit, the product significantly reduces the time needed for installation,” said Neal White, national sales manager for Pentair. The system filters roughly 23,300 bottles of water (based on the standard 16-oz bottle), allowing consumers to reduce the number of bottles of water they purchase, supporting conservation of the environment and saving money. The product also offers the added benefit of limescale reduction, which helps extend the life of homeowners’ water-using appliances.

Another key feature of the Everpure line is its exclusive pre-coat technology. This consists of a combination of Micro-Pure and a membrane that provides filtration down to 0.5-micron particulate size and taste, odor and cyst reduction.

Everpure has been a provider of commercial water treatment products, services and solutions worldwide since 1933. Pentair established the Everpure residential line of products, which cater to the high-end residential market segment. “Our present and future focus is to develop products that flow with the symmetry of upscale kitchen and bath projects while providing premium, hassle free filtration for the home,” White said.

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