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Arsenic Water Filter, NSF Certified

by Kira Chatterton MultiPure Distributor
NSF International (www.nsf.org), The Public Health and Safety Company, is pleased to announce certification of Multi-Pure Corporation's drinking water systems for pentavalent arsenic reduction.
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  • Multi-Pure's drinking water systems are the first systems to be NSF
  • The most technologically advanced water treatment devices available, providing the BEST in performance
  • Reduces all of the contaminants that the other Multi-Pure Drinking Water Systems do, PLUS ARSENIC!
  • Multi-Pure offers THREE different Arsenic Water Filters!
  • We use a solid carbon block filter that is considered to be the most effective method for reducing a wide range of contaminants
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"Arsenic is a health contaminant of significant concern for many consumers across the country and around the world," said Mark Jost, Senior Vice President, Water Systems. "Certification of products like those available from Multi-Pure gives the consumers confidence in the product quality and performance."

"Multi-Pure is continuously committed to providing drinking water treatment units that meet new needs and higher standards," said Alvin E. Rice, President, Multi-Pure Corporation. "We are very pleased that NSF testing confirms the performance of Multi-Pure's newly formulated filter which reduces not only arsenic V but also reduces cyst, lead, mercury, VOCs, PCBs, chloramine and other contaminants of health concern."

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About Kira Chatterton Advanced     MultiPure Distributor

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Comments

Vladimir Lugansky Senior   Forex Trade
Excellent thing necessary for the house.
Dec 2nd 2010 00:49   
John foster Willie Advanced   
this is a usefull tol for the health concious famly
Jan 5th 2011 19:54   
Juliana Lawing Advanced   Event planner
Water is the very basic of human body consumption daily, I am using Elken water filter for my family.
Jan 17th 2011 18:22   
Shee S. Senior   Non
Yes, always drink clean water for health.
Jan 17th 2011 23:15   
Benhart Iwan Innovator   
It's good things for make drinking water. I think very useful.
Jan 18th 2011 02:06   
Tony Dy Senior   networker
They are very good information very good, thank you very much
Jan 18th 2011 05:04   
Mariana Norman Committed   
Great sharing .. health concise people like this .. I for one uses RO water for drinking .. this is great..
Jan 18th 2011 05:15   
Ginny Williams Committed   Affiliate and Network Marketing
Arsenic is a very dangerous chemical that is found in alot of water systems, among others and you should really have a good filter system like Multi-Pure!
Jan 18th 2011 05:30   
Gobindsing Tecksingani Senior   Business Owner
This is great, must be better than the RO filter that I use.
Jan 18th 2011 09:05   
Tam Zamila Professional   Gov staff
health and safety,two things are most important for ours live..really like your writing
Jan 18th 2011 20:18   
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