Crystal Quest Mega Undersink Replaceable Double Fluoride Multi PLUS
Water Filter System is dependable and built to last for years and
effectively removes FLUORIDE and many contaminants from water.
stage 1, water flow through a FLUORIDE REMOVAL cartridge
containing synthetic Aluminum Oxide adsorbant media. Specifically
designed to have a high affinity for Fluoride, Lead and Arsenic. It
removes metals through a mixture of adsorption and chemical reaction
with the media, therefore, the elimination is not reliant on ion
exchange. Capacity: 4500
ppm Fluoride (Avg. 1000 to 1500 Gallons) . As
high as 11000 ppm F+ with effluent levels below 0.2 ppm from 10 ppm F+
stages 2 and 7, Water flows through pre and post one -
micron filter pads (1 micron equals 1/25,000th of an inch), which
remove suspended particles such as silt, sediment, cyst (Giardia,
Cryptosporidium), sand, rust, dirt, and other un-dissolved matter
stages 3 and 4, Water flows through a bed of media made of
a special high-purity alloy blend of two dissimilar metals - copper and
zinc (KDF-55D ®, and KDF-85D ®.) KDF is a major advancement in water
treatment technology that works on the electro-chemical and
spontaneous-oxidation-reduction (REDOX) principles. Chlorine is
instantaneously and almost inexhaustibly oxidized.
stage 5, Water flows through ion exchange resins, reducing
heavy metals such as lead, copper, aluminum, and water hardness.
flow rate: below 0.5 GPM.
stage 6, Water flows through granulated activated carbon
(GAC). GAC is universally recognized and widely used as an effective
adsorbent for a wide variety of organic contaminants, such as chlorine
(99.9%), chemicals linked to cancer (THM's, benzine) pesticides,
herbicides, insecticides, volatile organic compounds (VOC's),
PCB's, MTBE's and hundreds of other chemical contaminants that may be
present in water causing bad taste and odors in your drinking water.
Easy to use and install on all standard sinks.
Please note: When considering installation, if
current under sink plumbing is hard copper tubing the saddle valve would
be used; for flex tubing the T-valve
would be required.