LAPURE BACTERIA REMOVAL TREATMENT SYSTEMS
LaPure Undercounter Ceramic and I.L.R.C. Dual Stage Filtration Unit with third faucet. This point of use dual cartridge system is designed to remove/reduce suspended solids, pathogenic bacteria, hydrogen sulfide organic/inorganic chemicals as well as lead and other water borne contaminants 0.4 micron or greater in size. This unit consists of a re-usable ceramic pre-filter and an I.L.R.C. post filter as described below. The unit is easily installed and comes with a separate faucet, fittings, and instructions.
CERAMIC RE-USABLE PRE-FILTER CARTRIDGE
This cartridge is based on a sterasyl ceramic shell that provides 0.4 micron exceptional filtration of contaminants and particulates. This cartridge is tested and certified in accordance with NSF protocol for cyst, turbidity and particulate reduction. This cartridge can be washed and reused over and over.
PATHOGENIC BACTERIA REDUCTION: >99.9% of Cholera, Typhoid, Salmonella, Serritia, e-coli, and fecal coliform.
CYST REDUCTION: 100% of Cryptosporidium and Giardia Lamblia
SEDIMENT REDUCTION: 0.4 micron and greater in size
The 1 micron I.L.R.C. extruded carbon filter offers high levels of sediment, chemical and lead absorption. The I.L.R.C. has two layers of pre-filtration media offering sediment removal at 15 microns. The extruded carbon filter offers high levels of organic/inorganic chemical reduction and removal/reduction of chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, soluble iron, manganese and other chemicals that contribute to taste and odor. The I.L.R.C. also removes high levels of soluble and insoluble lead - based on the use of KDF Multi-Functional Process Media as found in our solid state units. It is recommended that the I.L.R.C. cartridge be replaced every 12 to 18 months.
The cartridge also removes up to 99% of Giardia and Cryptosporidium Cysts and sediment particles 1 micron or greater in size.
CHLORINE REDUCTION: 95% for 6,000 gallons at .75 gallons per minute.
LEAD REDUCTION: If effluent lead level falls below NSF and EPA guidelines of >15ppm then system removes up to 2,500 gallons.
(This Exceeds the Current NSF Requirement for Cyst and Turbidity Reduction for Standard 53)