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NSF certifies that Multi-Pure is THE most effective!

by Ginny Williams Affiliate and Network Marketing

The effectiveness of any drinking water treatment device is measured  by the performance of its filter.  NSF testing, in accordance with  NSF/ANSI standards, provides the consumer with the highest level of  assurance that certified products will perform as claimed.
A close review of NSF listings shows that Multi-Pure's solid block  filters are the most effective for reducing a broad spectrum of  contaminants of aesthetic, as well as of health concern.
Although thousands of drinking water systems have been tested and  certified, only a few are certified to reduce a wide range of  contaminants...those few are all made by Multi-Pure Corporation!
Only Multi-Pure drinking water systems are certified to reduce lead,  mercury, cysts, asbestos, VOCs, MTBE, PCB, chloramine, and arsenic V.   By carefully reviewing the certification of a product, consumers can  make an informed decision about the drinking water treatment device that  will provide the performance they need.
When comparing Multi-Pure filters with the competition, the choice is  CLEAR...just like our water...Multi-Pure is the most effective!
Multi-Pure's newest NSF charts and comparisons are currently on our  web site, and will be included in the newest distributor handbook that  will be released later this year.
TO LEARN MORE,CLICK HERE!

About Ginny Williams Committed     Affiliate and Network Marketing

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Created on Aug 28th 2010 07:15. Viewed 671 times.

Comments

David L. Professional   Freelance web designer n blogger
well is good info from this website.. thanks for it...
Jan 1st 2011 08:06   
John Nelson Senior   Friends are more valuable than GOLD!
Pure water is getting very hard to come by.
Jan 1st 2011 14:39   
Harsha Vardhan Advanced   
NSF certifies that Multi-Pure is THE most effective! is so informative
Jan 2nd 2011 00:19   
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