Classwater Multistage Water Purification System with KDF
MULTISTAGE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM WITH KDF
Classwater offers a multi stage water purification system designed
for the removal of a variety of particulates, organic contaminants,
heavy metals, bacteria, cysts, and parasites from incoming water.
All our Filtration systems include KDF a metallic alloy designed to enhance the effectiveness of the filtration system and prevent bacteria fouling of the water..
Standard Filtration System Includes
(left) & Extruded Carbon/Heavy Metals Filter (right)
Pre-Filter at 1-micron
(1/1000 mm) has exceptional
dirt-holding capacity, designed to remove particulates such as sand,
silt, unseen sludge, rust, asbestos, aluminum particles, or scale.
The 1 micron removal rating assures quantitative retention of all
parasite and cysts 1 micron and larger including Giardia and Cryptosporidium.
Extruded Carbon/Heavy Metals Filter at 0.5 micron
offers high levels of soluble and insoluble lead removal based upon
the use of a powerful oxidizing filtration system. This filter reduces
lead for at least 2500 gallons at 0.75 GPM (manufactured using FDA
compliant and NSF approved materials, Standard 42 and 53 protocol).
This filter will also reduce soluble iron manganese, aluminum, iron,
mercury and hydrogen sulphide and offers a high reduction in the
levels of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and meets NSF guidelines
for VOCs reduction for over 500 gallons). It also removes chlorine/chloroamines,
herbicides/pesticides, DDT, dioxins, solvents, fuels, PCB’s,
TCE, THMS, chlorinated hydrocarbons, hydrogen sulfate and particulates.
KDF Process Media are high-purity, granulated copper and zinc-based alloys that treat water through a process based upon the principle of redox (Oxidation-Reduction). They are included with all Classwater Filters.
Benefits of KDF® Process Media:
the integrity of water- improve water quality and taste- no fouling
bacteria from growing within filter compartment
removes chlorine and heavy metals and controls micro organisms
All of our filtration systems are NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) Certified and Tested
has a solution for any size facility. Pictured below is
one of our whole house filtration systems.
added peace of mind, or where the source water is not bacteriologically
safe a special bacteria retentive filter (0.2 micron) can
be added to the Classwater Standard Filtration System. This filter
is designed for the removal of coliform and all other waterborne
bacteria, cysts, and parasites (the 0.2 micron bacteria removal
rating assures quantitative retention of all micro-organisms 0.2
microns and larger).
Filter (left) & Standard Filtration System with Bacteria
Light Filtration (UV) technology is used when there are
microbiological, or bacterial, concerns. In this filtration technology,
water is passed through a filter containing a lit ultraviolet light
bulb emitting UV rays. UV light destroys and eliminates virtually
all microbiological organisms that could possibly be found in the
water supply. UV is extremely effective, and has been laboratory
tested to remove 99.999% of the bacteria passing through it.
Osmosis Filtration Systems
Reverse Osmosis Filtration Systems combine pre and post
filters with reverse osmosis technology. RO filters use a semi-permeable
membrane to filter our all unwanted impurities. Only pure H2O
molecules can pass the extremely tiny pores of the RO membrane.
All other impurities, chemicals, chlorine, lead, minerals, cysts,
parasites, cryptosporidium, and bacteria are flushed down the drain.
Our Reverse Osmosis filtrations systems are available in 3, 4 and
5 stage configurations.
easy way to picture how RO technology works is to imagine a drinking
water glass with a piece of clear plastic wrap (the membrane) stretched
across the top opening. Now imagine pushing water, under pressure,
against the membrane and only the ultra-pure H2O molecules
can get through the tiny pores, and the chemicals, are flushed down
the drain. After a period of time the glass is full of only ultra-pure
cool drinking water. RO filtration is a slower process and generally
requires a holding tank to keep up with demand.
Sample Reverse Osmosis Set-up.