The new AquaMetix Cartridge is a carbon designed cartridge and is the only carbon cartridge that can take out contaminants from your water like fluoride, chloramines, chlorine, lead, voc’s (Volitile organic compounds) and heavy metals. The cartridge is made from a proprietary matrix of at least 2two types of activated carbon combined with Zeolite minerals. It is structurally bound with polymers into a highly porous block cartridge form. This very unique and adsorbent carbon will absorb a variety of organic and inorganic substances such as chlorine and the more difficult chloramine. It also reduces both the chlorine and ammonia compound for true chloramine reduction, unlike most cartridges that are available today. Other contaminants reduced is Fluoride, Lead and heavy metals and filters down to 2 microns. It comes in a standard 10’ size (9.75” x 2.6”) and will fit into most standard 10” size filter housings.
The AquaMetix cartridge is manufactured in the USA exclusively and uses the highest grade compliant raw materials combined with cutting edge manufacturing methods which results in an unparalleled performing cartridge. It comes in a 2 micron cartridge and the expected life span is up to 12 months.
- Fluoride > 92% all types (fluorosilicateacid, hydrofluorosilicate, sodium fluorosilicate and sodium fluoride)
- Chloramines >99%
- Chlorine >99%
- Lead >99%
- Heavy Metals >98%
- VOC’s >98%
- Pharmaceutical Compounds >95%
- Fluoride reduction 2000 Litres
- Chloramines 14,000 Litres
- Lead 14,000 Litres
The AquaMetix cartridges are not intended to be used where the water is microbiologically unsafe or with water of unknown quality with out adequate disinfection before or after the filter. The maximum operating temperature is 100 and the maximum operating pressure is 100 psi.
All performance claims presented here are based on data believed to be reliable but are not to be considered a warranty of performance. The performance of the filter may be altered by the housing type, the source of the water’s organic content, turbidity, ph or other conditions encountered in the use of the cartridge.