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• Single- and self- sufficient systems, especially in absence of central supply system for technical or economical reason• Filter 2.5 liters/minute; in larger consumption cases parallel......
• Single- and self- sufficient systems, especially in absence of central supply system for technical or economical reason• Filter 2.5 liters/minute; in larger consumption cases parallel installation possible to increase output• Reduced investment, extremely low operating costs (no electricity consumption!) vs. competitors• Small size simplifies installation and transport• Simple installation• Only of its kind that received a hygiene certification and complies to medical standards• Filters out water pollutants completely, i.e. below the limit of proof, e.g. nitrate, nitrite, lime, solvents, chlorine, heavy metals, residues of antibiotics, pseudo-hormones, bacteria, micro organisms, parasites, viruses, spores, radioactivity, etc. and provides for absolute safety in the case of unexpected contamination.• Safe for the preparation of baby food; complies with food regulations (awarded "GS" quality seal)• All plastic parts used in the drinking water filter are thermally welded and do not contain any plasticizers, dissolvents or adhesives.• Inspected and tested by the regional authority of health (Bavaria), the Bavarian Institute of Farming, the Max-v.-Pettenkofer-Institute of Virology, the Austrian Ministry of Health, etc.
Patents:• European Registration Number (PCT): 97 91 80 15.5• Canadian Patent Numbers: 2 054 371 & 2,249,341• US Patent Number: 5 211 851 & 6,120,686 – Water Treatment Device With Drinking Water Filter, Regeneratin Device And Process For Treatment Of Drinking Water
Date of US Patent: Sept. 19, 2000
Abstract: “A filter casing houses a plurality of filter cartridges. Each cartridge has a permeable top and bottom surface and impermeable sides. Water is forced under pressure through the cartridges to accomplish filtering. Each cartridge may have a different filtering material and are removable from the casing. In this manner, the filter cartridges can be selected according to the types of impurities to be removed.”
Use with hot water: No. The activated carbon, the ion exchangers and the dolomite rocks should only be used with cold water (max.35°C). The filter media would certainly not be destroyed by hot water, however, after a longer period of time the filter’s efficiency might be negatively affected.