The independent laboratory tests showed ZeroWater filter system outperforms Brita for radium reduction
The ZeroWater filter system completed a U.S. EPA-certified laboratory test conducted by independent testing company QFT Laboratory, LLC. The report revealed that ZeroWater's ion exchange filtering removed 99.6% of radium from five gallons of water with a pH level of 8.5 versus Brita's standard filter at only 6.7%.
ZeroWater uses a 5-stage ion exchange filter, which the company reports removes virtually all total dissolved solids. ZeroWater is the only water filtration system to receive NSF endorsement for its reduction capabilities in chromium-3, chromium-6 and lead.