Supplied water first enters the system and is "pre-filtered" through a 5 micron sediment filter, basically removing large particles like sand, metal land/or debris from pipes i.e. rust.
Nest the water is filtered through a "KDF 85" activated charcoal carbon filter. Everybody is aware of the filtering properties of activated charcoal carbon. Ever have a fish tank?? The carbon filter removes chlorine, tannins, methylene blue mercury and lead.
The water is then off to the "NANO PURE" media for purification and final polishing.
Once the water passes through t he NANO PURE MEDIA there is a 20% increase in oxygen in the water and a temperature drop of 2°. With this extra oxygen content in the water new bacteria cannot grow!
Typical city water whole house water filtration system will consist of at least three tanks:
The "carbon" media used in NANO PURE is Carbon A . which has been tested and certified by NSF International to NSF/ANSI standard 61.