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NSF certified - Listing.Multipure

Posted by crystalcleandrinkingwater on October 16, 2015 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (0)

NSF

   NSF. The Public Health and Safety Organization. 


      NSF Lists Multipure 


Multipure Drinking Water Systems are Certified for

NSF/ANSI 42 -and more.


Multipure / Multipure Drinking Water Systems 
NSF/ANSI 42 - Drinking Water Treatment Units - Aesthetic Effects



Multipure / Multipure Drinking Water Systems 
NSF/ANSI 53 - Drinking Water Treatment Units - Health Effects



Multipure / Multipure Drinking Water Systems 
NSF/ANSI 58 - Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Treatment Systems



Multipure / Multipure Drinking Water Systems 
NSF/ANSI 401 - Drinking Water Treatment Units - Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants



                             

 NSF Certification 

NSF certified means that Multipure meets established National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) and/or American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Standards and/or State Certification requirements. 
Our Systems have been tested and verified and we comply with NSF/ANSI standards.

When our Drinking Water System is certified the requirements are.. 
That the claims are true, that our system is structurally sound, that our advertising is not misleading. 

We are tested yearly to assure that the materials and manufacturing process does not change.

                                              Meaning of terms
NSF/ANSI 42 and NSF/ANSI 53 - these standards are primarily for products that function in adsorption and filtration covering a wide range of contaminant reductions. Carbon filters are an example of these types of products. NSF/ANSI 42 covers aesthetic reduction claims while NSF/ANSI 53 covers health-related reduction claims
NSF/ANSI 58 - this standard covers reverse-osmosis (RO) systems that use reverse pressure to reduce a wide variety of contaminants through a semi-permeable membrane. These types of systems will often also include carbon pre and/or post-filters.

NSF/ANSI 401 – 2014 Version (08/19/2014): Drinking Water Treatment Units – Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants

Detailed Contaminant Reduction List
Multipure® Drinking Water Systems are NSF certified, and tested according to NSF/ANSI Standards 42 (Aesthetics), 53 (Health Effects) and 401 for the reduction of:
  Arsenic V*
  Asbestos
  Atenolol**
  Bisphenol A**
  Carbamazepine**
  Chloramine
  Chlordane
  Chlorine
  Cyst (Giardia, Cryptosporidium, Entamoeba, Toxoplasma)
  DEET**
  Estrone**
  Ibuprofen**
  Lead
  Linuron**
  Meprobamate**
  Mercury
  Metolachlor**
  MTBE
  Naproxe**
  Nonyl phenol**
  Particulate matter, Class I (0.5 micron)
  PCB
  Phenytoin**
  Radon**
  TCEP**
  TCPP**
  Toxaphene
  Trimethoprim**
  Turbidity
  Volatile Organic Chemicals (listed below):
    o  Alachlor
    o  Atrazine
    o  Benzene
    o  Carbofuran
    o  Carbon Tetrachloride
    o  Chlorobenzene
    o  Chloropicrin
    o  2,4-D (Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid)
    o  Dibromochloropropane
    o  o-Dichlorobenzene
    o  p-Dichlorobenzene
    o  1,2-Dichloroethane
    o  1,1-Dichloroethylene
    o  cis-1,2-dichloroethylene
    o  trans-1,2-dichloroethylene
    o  1,2 Dichloropropane
    o  cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
    o  Dinoseb
    o  Endrin
    o  Ethylbenzene
    o  Ethylene Dibromide (EDB)
    o  Haloacetonitriles (HAN):
        -  Bromochloroacetonitrile
        -  Dibromoacetonitrile
        -  Dichloroacetonitrile
        -  Trichloroacetonitrile
    o  Haloketones (HK):
        -  1,1-dichloro-2-propanone
        -  1,1,1-trichloro-2-propanone
    o  Heptachlor
    o  Heptachlor Epoxide
    o  Hexachlorobutadiene
    o  Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
    o  Lindane
    o  Methoxychlor
    o  Pentachlorophenol
    o  Simazine
    o  Styrene
    o  1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
    o  Tetrachloroethylene
    o  Toluene
    o  2,4,5-TP (Silvex)
    o  Tribromoacetic acid
    o  1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
    o  1,1,1-Trichloroethane
    o  1,1,2-Trichloroethane
    o  Trichloroethylene
    o  Trihalomethanes (TTHM):
        -  Chloroform (surrogate chemical)
        -  Bromoform
        -  Bromodichloromethane
        -  Dibromochloromethane
    o  Xylenes (total)
*Multipure Aquaperform models are certified to reduce Arsenic V. Multipure Aquaversa and Aquadome models do not reduce Arsenic V; however, they reduce all other contaminants listed.
**Multipure Aquadome and Aquaversa models only.
The list of contaminants that Multipure Drinking Water Systems reduce does not mean that these substances are present in your tap water. Be sure to check for compliance with state and local laws and regulations.


Where the main water shutoff valve is located

Posted by Carole Allen on June 26, 2015 at 12:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Don't wait until you have a home emergency to try and find your gas or water shutoff valves. This article will help you locate them now. Taking the time to familiarize yourself with the valves can help you avoid a disaster.

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Aluminum Water Bottles Leach BPA

Posted by Carole Allen on September 5, 2014 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Aluminum water bottlesSome Aluminum Water Bottles Leach BPA

Study: Bottles That Claim to Be BPA-Free Largely Live Up to Their Promises
July 12, 2011 -- Reusable metal water bottles have lately gained a certain cachet as a greener, healthier alternative to some kinds of plastics, which can release trace amounts of a hormone-disrupting chemical into the liquids they hold.

But a new study shows that some kinds of aluminum bottles may be releasing more of that chemical, known as bisphenol A (BPA), than the hard, clear polycarbonate plastic bottles they were supposed replace.

Sales of one popular brand of reusable water bottles have roughly tripled in the four years since it was launched in the United States, according to The Aluminum Association, an industry trade group in Arlington, Va.

In a 2009 interview with the New York Times, the CEO of that company said sales had been driven by the “huge green wave” and “the BPA scare.”

Worries About BPA

BPA is a chemical that’s widely used in food packaging. It’s also thought to act like a hormone in the body.

Though the research is still ongoing, in animal studies, BPA has been linked to a large range of effects, from birth defects, to problems with brain and nervous system function, to reproductive abnormalities and some kinds of cancer. In humans, BPA has been tied to reproductive problems in women and men. A 2008 study by researchers at the CDC detected it in the urine of 93% of people they tested.

Another recent study showed that people could lower their levels of BPA by eating fresh, rather than packaged, foods and by avoiding plastic food containers.

BPA in Aluminum Bottles

But the new study, which is published in the journal Chemosphere, shows that aluminum water bottles aren’t necessarily a BPA-free alternative.
In a carefully controlled test, where researchers stored ultra-pure water in several different kinds of containers for five days, they found that some aluminum bottles released up to five times the amount of BPA that was shed by the older, polycarbonate bottles.

“It’s been used for marketing purposes,” says study researcher Scott M. Belcher, PhD, an associate professor of pharmacology and cell biophysics at the University of Cincinnati, in Ohio.
“If you pick up an aluminum bottle from your super-cheap discount retailer, you can’t be so sure what’s in it,” Belcher tells WebMD, “Especially aluminum, because they do require a lining of some sort.”

Sometimes, that sprayed-on liner is made with an epoxy resin that contains BPA.
“It may be aluminum on the outside, but if it’s plastic on the inside or this epoxy, it’s the same thing as a polycarbonate bottle,” says Sonya Lunder, a senior analyst for the nonprofit Environmental Working Group in Washington, D.C.

Experts say that epoxy liner usually looks copper-colored and may feel slightly tacky to the touch, but it may also not feel like anything but bare metal, making it tough to know when it’s there.

“For the consumer, this is a tricky issue, to try to boil this down to some simple, useful tips that people can use to distinguish products,” Lunder says. “This study is kind of showing that you can’t just look at what’s outside of the container, you need to know some specifics about what’s on the inside.”

One thing people can do to reduce their exposure, Lunder says, is to carefully follow the manufacturer’s directions about how to use the bottles.

The study found that epoxy-lined bottles released even more BPA when the water was heated before it was poured in.

BPA-Free Claims May Hold Water

The good news is that some companies that make reusable water bottles have already listened to consumer concerns about BPA and removed it from a newer generation of materials for their containers.

Those bottles, which say "BPA-Free" on the packaging, largely live up to their promises, the study showed.

Two containers, an aluminum bottle with a newer kind of proprietary liner and a next-generation plastic bottle, both had low-to-undetectable BPA levels in the test.
That’s an important finding, researchers point out, because “BPA-free” really doesn’t have any regulatory meaning or definition. Consumers are left to trust companies about their claims.

The study also exonerated uncoated stainless steel bottles.

Experts say the new study should serve as a wake-up call to consumers and government regulators.

“This new study finds that some products marketed as BPA-free alternatives are -- and some are not -- BPA free, reinforcing that we have a buyer-beware consumer economy with very little government oversight,” says Ruthann Rudel, director of research at the Silent Spring Institute in Newton, Mass., in an email to WebMD.

“People want to know that their health is not jeopardized by food packaging and other consumer products, and to get there we need to rethink our approach to chemical regulation,” she says.


Multipure Doesn't Use BPA/Phthalates In Its Plastics . Multipure's MPAD countertop model is BPA free and free of polypropylene. Multipure is the best on the market.The NSF tests for this as well and Multipure is certified by the NSF. The tubing is it free of phthalates and BPA.  Purchase a MULTIPURE DRINKING WATER SYSTEM

 




How to Filter Rain & Contaminated Water

Posted by Carole Allen on February 22, 2014 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (0)

How to Filter Rain & Contaminated Water during Emergencies

How To Filter Rain Water

How to Filter Contaminated Water

You can filter rain water to make it healthy to drink during emergencies.  Rain water is supposed to be pure but the air pollution we all create does not allow rain water to come down as pure.
In underdeveloped countries, rain water can come handy due to the scarcity of potable water.  In the pre-technology age, probably less than 20 years ago, most people will collect rain water through their roof gutters.

But air pollution and other man-made events have made rain water less desirable to drink. Even the remotest part of the world is no longer spared of air pollution. The roof water was not always the purest, but it was much better than water from streams and possibly cleaner than what it is today. 
During emergencies like hurricane, earthquakes, drinkable water can become a high commodity, driving people to buy bottled water which is not the best choice. If there is a temporary loss of public water supply, you can filter rain water in order continue to drink clean healthy water before public water supply is available. Multi-Pure EF8 emergency water filter is a handy filtration device designed to filter rain water, or even water  from a hot water heater, toilet tank (not bowl), mountain stream, a lake, and more.
By carefully following the instructions that come with the emergency water filter, you make rain water drinkable.  If you are taking water from the hot water tank, be sure to allow it to cool before you run it through the emergency filter. Water in most hotels can have taste; so you could also filter tap water from a hotel room by following the filtration steps.
The filter is one of Multi-Pure’s popular carbon block filters. The useful life span of the EF8 emergency filter will vary depending on the level of contamination in the source water. Under ideal conditions where the source water is free from high levels of chemicals, heavy metals and other contaminants, this emergency filter may last up to 100 gallons rain water or other source water. However, if there is a high level of sediment, the filter may clog prematurely. Just follow the simple steps and you will be drinking clean water in a matter of minutes.


                               If you purchase  Multi-Pure’s Emergency Preparedness Kit,


                                                  You will receive a collapsible bucket.
Or, you can use your own bucket to collect the source water to be filtered. Simply use any container that will hold water  and is large enough to submerge the EF8 filter.
 Please visit our Multi-Pure website for more information on how to buy this filter or the kit. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by email.

A Better Way To Water

Multipure has been the leader in the drinking water industry Consumers  Digest Best Buy! Known for high quality and superior performance,  Multipure's filters have been tested to reduce the widest range of contaminants.


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Emergency Preparedness Affecting Water

Posted by Carole Allen on February 14, 2014 at 12:15 PM Comments comments (0)
Storm and Emergency Preparedness

Flooding

Emergency preparedness for incidents affecting drinking water and wastewater systems

Major storms and other types of incidents can be highly disruptive for water systems. Learn what water consumers can do to protect their water and what utility operators can do to protect their drinking water and wastewater systems. Visit:

Multipure's Emergency Kit


Whole House Filtration

Posted by Carole Allen on February 13, 2014 at 12:20 PM Comments comments (0)

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Why Buy a Whole House Water Filtration System?

If you’ve been considering buying a whole house water filtration system you really should take closer a look at all of the benefits you and your family will receive from buying a whole house water filter for your home.

Water, it’s essential to life. We can’t go for more than two or three days without drinking it. In fact our bodies contain a large amount of this precious substance. Around seventy percent actually. So having good, clean, healthy water is vital to your health. And having a whole house water filtration system will give you exactly what a healthy body needs. Let me explain.

Thankfully in today’s modern world we have safe potable drinking water that is convenient and readily available everywhere. In fact it’s the law that municipalities use strong disinfectants to keep their water supply safe for public consumption.  With the introduction of chlorine, chloramines, and bromine we have H2O that is free of pathogenic diseases that were once a threat to human health. But with the introduction of these chemicals a new host of issues were introduced.

 

 

 

 

 

 


“EPA research has found thousands of toxic chemicals in local drinking water supplies. Solve the problem and improve your health today with your own whole house water filtration system. Click here for the best solution available today.”

                                Click here for Aquasana a less expensive unit but not a "state of the art" system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When disinfecting chemicals like chlorine and bromine were introduced, new chemical substances were formed. These chemicals, called trihalomethanes, are created by a chemical reaction when the disinfectants and the decaying organic matter that are found in lakes, streams, and rivers combine. Organic matter like leaves, grass, lumber, and dead fish. Trihalomethanes are toxic chemicals and known carcinogens. On one hand several problems are solved with chlorine and the like. On the other hand serious problems are also created.

There is a simple solution to these abundant and toxic chemicals. An almost miraculous substance called granular activated carbon works instantly when it comes in contact with toxic impurities. It is especially effective in removing the disinfecting chemicals like chlorine and bromine. It also removes hundreds of other toxic chemicals that EPA research has shown to be prevalent in many cities across the country.

Granular activated carbon is one of the main ingredients in a whole house water filtration system.

Now you’re probably wondering why you need to purchase a large unit, like a whole house water filter system, that takes care of your entire home. Why not just buy a small counter top unit for your drinking water. That’s a good point we’re going to address.

The largest organ on your body is your skin. It is very porous. Your skin absorbs substances very readily and easily. So when you bathe or take a shower your skin will absorb the chemical disinfectants. Not only that, some of the trihalomethanes are very volatile and will vaporize into the air for you to breath. A whole house water filtration system connected to your homes main water supply will eliminate all of this from ever happening.

Buying a whole house water filtration system…

for your home will give you and your family the strong sense of health and safety you deserve. Not only will you have water that tastes clean, pure, and refreshing, it will be much healthier for you too. All of the beverages you make with it like coffee, tea, and juice will taste far better also. Plus you will have the added benefits of softer skin and smoother hair when you  bathe. Doesn’t buying a whole house water filtration system make sense today?

The Multipure Aquasource* is a whole-house water solution, providing powerful filtration at point-of-entry, and ensuring that every water source in the home delivers cleaner, more healthful water. This system installs in the garage or basement, near the water heater, as a fixed-location filtration element. An array of multiple solid carbon block filters ensures that it reduces the presence of contaminants while maintaining the high water pressure needed to supply all the sinks, baths, and showers in your house.

Multipure Aquasource Filter (CB20) 

The Multipure Aquasource Whole House Water Treatment System effectively reduces dirt, rust, sand, algae, and chlorine, improving the smell, taste and odor, and overall quality of water for bathing or showering, and all other household water needs. The Multipure CB20 replaceable filter is disposable, clean, and easy to change.

The set of three (3) filters required for the Aquasource will arrive in a separate shipment (at no additional S&H cost).

*The Multipure Aquasource has not been tested, and make no claims for the reduction of contaminants of health concern.

Manual   •  Spec Sheet

Tips to Reduce Toxins in the Home

Posted by Carole Allen on February 10, 2014 at 2:05 PM Comments comments (0)


The following Redbook article lists 10 possible sources of toxins and other harmful contaminants in the home. It details both the potential sources of contamination as well as ways to deal with them. For water contamination, in particular, Redbook recommends the use of a Multipure drinking water system.

10 Ways Your Home Could be Toxic

You know organic groceries may be the way to go, but since a high percentage of toxins can be found in your house, it may be time to do a thorough sweep of your abode, too. Here are ten places chemical disruptors could be lurking…

http://www.redbookmag.com/recipes-home/tips-advice/toxic-home?click=main_sr#slide-1


Are You Drinking Poisin

Posted by Carole Allen on February 27, 2013 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Find out What's in Your Water. Google your water provider

and also search for the “Consumer Confidence Report” or the Water Quality Report.


 

 

What is chloramination?

 

Chloramination is the process of adding ammonia to drinking water which already has chlorine added as a disinfectant. The ammonia combines with the existing chlorine which is called free chlorine to create chloramines.

The EPA has said it is safe but the EPA has done NO studies on the skin, respiratory, or digestive effects of chloraminated water ...

Some Residents Worry about Chloramine’s Usage and Safety. Chloramines May Raise Your Water’s Level of Toxic Unregulated Disinfection By products Dr. Mercola

Drinking water is most important for good health, it helps transport oxygen to your cells, will remove waste,

and is a serves as a protection to your joints and organs.

Drinking LOTS of good Clean Water is important but you don't want to drink water with Chloramines and Amonia in it.

A Multipure® Drinking Water System serves at the point of use to remove contaminants of health concern that may be present in tap water. A Multipure® filter removes chemicals like chlorine and chloramines as well as rust particles, dirt, small living organisms like cysts, asbestos, lead, and much, much more. The water you consume from a Multipure® Drinking Water System is free of unwanted tastes and odors so that you may enjoy fresh, clean drinking water as it was meant to be.