The words “Best” and “Most Effective” are purely subjective when used with little or no proof to back them up. Companies that promote their products to be the end-all answer to the public’s water pollution problems rarely have independent 3rd party, not-for-profit organizations verifying test results. Such is not the case with Multipure.
Carbon Block Water Filters
Solid Carbon Block: Multipure pioneered the idea of compressing powdered charcoal into a solid mass in 1974. Contaminants in water are mechanically filtered by .5 sub-micron sized pores, physically adsorbed to the carbon block’s surface as well as bonded via an electrokinetic charge. Bottom line, the NSF certification of Multipure’s performance on water (see description of NSF at the bottom of page) via Standards #42 and #53 confirms that the Multipure solid carbon block can reduce the widest range of contaminants for the most amount of gallons of any filtration system on the market.
Reverse Osmosis Water Systems
Reverse Osmosis: Multipure’s MP750 Plus Reverse Osmosis System is a five stage purification system that incorporates: a sediment pre-filter, two 5 micron carbon block pre-filters, an RO membrane ( reducing inorganic impurities such as fluoride, nitrates, salts, certain heavy metals, and excessive minerals), plus the exact same .5 sub-micron solid carbon block described above as a final post-filter. This RO combination system is tested under NSF Standard #58, as well as Standards #42 and #53.
*NSF International: For a drinking water system to become NSF certified, it must meet five basic requirements:
Certification also means that systems must continue to meet these requirements, which is why annual unannounced inspections of manufacturing facilities are conducted by NSF.
The NSF logo on all Multipure Drinking Water Systems ensures that each system meets all of the reduction claims stated in the literature. Go to www.nsf.org for the full details.