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NSF/ANSI 53
Drinking Water Treatment Units - Health Effects



 
Culligan International Company 
9399 West Higgins Road
Suite 1100 
Rosemont, IL 60018 
United States 
847-205-6000
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Facility : Hanover Park, IL

  Replacement Service Cycle Flow Rate  
Brand Name / Trade Name / Model Element (gallons) (gpm)   Claim

Plumbed-In to Separate Tap
Preferred Series 150[2] [3] [Pb] Preferred 150 750(1) .5   Cyst Reduction
Lead Reduction
Preferred Series 250[2] [3] [Pb] Preferred 250 1000(1) .5   Cyst Reduction
Lead Reduction
Preferred Series 350[2] [3] [Pb] Preferred 350 300(1) .5   Cyst Reduction
Lead Reduction
VOC Reduction **

   
(1) Claims of capacity or rated service cycle are not applicable for mechanical filtration.
[2] From date code 1C38.
[3] From date code 1C48.
[Pb] Product also evaluated and determined to possess weighted average lead content of
     <=0.25% and complies with lead content requirements for “lead free” plumbing as defined
     by California, Vermont, Maryland, and Louisiana state laws and the U.S. Safe Drinking
     Water Act.


** The category of VOC (Volatile Organic Chemical) includes a number of chemicals that are both man-made and naturally occurring. Water from wells and utilities may contain some of these contaminants. Some VOCs are pesticides, herbicides, or insecticides that seep into the ground water after application. Other VOCs enter the water supply through industrial or other waste disposal. This category also includes total trihalomethanes, which are a by-product of chlorination.

A VOC reduction claim by the manufacturer means the system reduces the concentration of all of the following contaminants:

alachlor                      endrin                          simazine  
atrazine                      ethylbenzene                    styrene
benzene                       ethylene dibromide (EDB)        1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane
carbofuran                    haloacetonitriles               tetrachloroethylene
carbon tetrachloride            bromochloroacetonitrile       toluene
chlorobenzene                   dibromoacetonitrile           2,4,5-TP(silvex)
chloropicrin                    dichloroacetonitrile          tribromoacetic acid
2,4-D                           trichloroacetonitrile         1,2,4-trichlorobenzene
dibromochloropropane (DBCP)   haloketones                     1,1,1-trichloroethane
o-dichlorobenzene               1,1-dichloro-2-propanone      1,1,2-trichloroethane
p-dichlorobenzene               1,1,1-trichloro-2-propanone   trichloroethylene 
1,2-dichloroethane            heptachlor                      trihalomethanes (TTHM)       
1,1-dichloroethylene          heptachlor epoxide                bromodichloromethane
cis-1,2-dichloroethylene      hexachlorobutadiene               bromoform
trans-1,2-dichloroethylene    hexachlorocyclopentadiene         chlorodibromomethane
1,2-dichloropropane           lindane                           chloroform
cis-1,3-dichloropropylene     methoxychlor                    xylenes                       
dinoseb                       pentachlorophenol                

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