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This remarkable technology utilizes four stages of advanced filtration to remove harmful contaminants and provide you and your family with clean, great tasting water. The most advanced micro-active carbon is combined with ceramic pre-filtration, heavy metal and ion exchange media to virtually eliminate toxic chemicals to safe levels in your drinking water. The filtration efficiency of the new ultra ceramic filter (rf- impucb) is a significant improvement in removing bacteria, parasites and chlorine. To accomplish this better filtration, the flow rate is slower to allow more contact time with the carbon and ceramic.
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Unit Specifications:-Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon filter uses micro-filtration to eliminate parasites and bacteria down to 0.3 microns, and high density activated carbon to reduce chlorine, bad taste & odor, turbidity, lead, and copper.
-Housing made from Food Grade, Non-Leachable Polypropylene.
-Countertop model is supplied diverter valve and tubing, wrench, and 1 Imperial Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon Filter.
-Each filter lasts 600-1000 gallons based on quality of water
-Cleanable filter to prolong life and restore flow rate in areas of higher sediment
-Housings rated up to 80 psi. For higher PSI view Stainless Steel Series
-Dimensions : 6.5"L x 4.5" W x 12.5" H *** If your water pressure is greater than 80 psi, your plumber will need to install a pressure regulator ***
Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon Contaminant Reduction Results: Fluoride & Heavy Metal Removal is only avaialble on the Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon with Metalgon Option
*Tested at IBR Laboratories**Tested at Envirotek ANSI/NSF Standard 53 & 401***Tested at Pace Analytical Laboratory to NSF/ANSI Standard 42****The ceramic filter was tested at an independent laboratory, ALCONTROL Laboratories in the UK. The filter was challenged with a total of > 60 million E.Coli bacteria.