Water Filter Pitchers
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The Eco-Saver Pitcher has been discontinued and is no longer available for purchase
The waste generated from single use plastic water bottles is astounding: nearly 90 percent of water bottles are not recycled and wind up in landfills where it takes thousands of years for the plastic to decompose. However, it's easy for you to avoid this waste by using the Eco-Saver pitcher water filtration system instead. You also save on the cost of bottled water. The large capacity water filtration pitcher is the only leading brand with 4 stages of effective filtration to remove hundreds of contaminants such as iron, lead, mercury and bacteria from your water. Tired of bulky pitchers taking up space in your fridge? The slim, space-efficient design fits neatly in your refrigerator and is perfect when frequently taking in and out. Supply your family and friends with fresh, great tasting water at any moment.
How it Works
About KDF :
- What is KDF?
Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF) is a high-purity copper-zinc formulation that uses a basic process known as redox (oxidation/reduction) to remove chlorine, lead, mercury, iron, and hydrogen sulfide from water supplies.
- How does KDF Work?
In short, the KDF redox process works by exchanging electrons with contaminants. This "give and take" of electrons converts many contaminants into harmless components. During this reaction, electrons are transferred between molecules, and new elements are created. Some harmful contaminants are changed into harmless components. Others are electrochemically bound to the KDF media.
- What Contaminants Does KDF Remove?
KDF process media works to reduce or remove chlorine, iron, hydrogen sulfide, lead, mercury, calcium carbonate, magnesium, chromium, bacteria, algae, and fungi. Redox media removes up to 98% of water-soluble cations (positively-charged ions) of lead, mercury, copper, nickel, chromium, and other dissolved metals. In most cases, more than 98% of chlorine is removed if operated within recommended flow rates.
About GAC :
Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) is a highly adsorbent material used to remove contamination from water. Activated carbon has been known as a miracle filter media by many researchers because of its unique ability to remove offensive tastes, odors, color, chlorine and volatile organic chemicals, pesticides and trihalomethanes (a group of suspected carcinogens). Activated carbon acts like a sponge, with a large surface area to absorb contaminants in the water. The surface area of one pound of activated carbon is equal to 125 acres. Activated carbon is the preferred treatment and method recommended by the EPA to remove a host of potentially hazardous and possibly carcinogenic chemicals in drinking water.