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NSF/ANSI 42
Drinking Water Treatment Units - Aesthetic Effects

NOTE: All Replacement Elements Are Components.


 
Multipure / Multipure Drinking Water Systems 
Las Vegas Technology Center
7251 Cathedral Rock Drive 
Las Vegas, NV 89128 
United States 
800-622-9206 
702-360-8880
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Facility : # 1 USA

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

Counter-Top Connected to Sink Faucet [Pb]
Aquadome CB6AD 750(1) .75   Chloramine Reduction
Chlorine Reduction
Nominal Particulate Reduction, Class I
Taste and Odor Reduction

   
(1) Claims of capacity or rated service cycle are not applicable for mechanical filtration.
[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.

Plumbed-In
AQUALUXE[Pb] CBLX 500(1) .75   Chloramine Reduction
Chlorine Reduction
Nominal Particulate Reduction, Class I
Taste and Odor Reduction
Aquaperform[Pb] CB11As 600(1) 1   Chloramine Reduction
Chlorine Reduction
Nominal Particulate Reduction, Class I
Taste and Odor Reduction
Aquaversa[Pb] CB6 750(1) .75   Taste and Odor Reduction
Chlorine Reduction
Nominal Particulate Reduction, Class I
Chloramine Reduction

   
(1) Claims of capacity or rated service cycle are not applicable for mechanical filtration.
[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.

COMPONENTS: Filter Cartridges[2] [Pb]
CB5  
CB6[3]  

   
[2] Conforms to the material requirements only.
[3] Tested in a Multi-Pure Drinking Water Systems housing at a flow rate of 0.75 gpm to a
    capacity of 750 gallons for the reduction of asbestos, atenolol, bisphenol A,
    carbamazepine, chloramine, chlordane, chlorine, cyst, DEET, estrone, ibuprofen, lead,
    linuron, meprobamate, metolachlor, MTBE, mercury, naproxen, nominal particulate 
    (class I), nonyl phenol, PCB, phenytoin, radon, taste and odor, TCEP, TCPP, toxaphene,
    trimethoprim, turbidity, and VOC.  Health effects testing per NSF/ANSI Standard 53. 
    Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants testing per NSF/ANSI Standard 401.
[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.


Facility : # 2 USA

 
           

COMPONENTS: Filter Cartridges[1] [Pb]
CB5  
CB6[2]  

   
[1] Conforms to the material requirements only.
[2] Tested in a Multi-Pure Drinking Water Systems housing at a flow rate of 0.75 gpm to a
    capacity of 750 gallons for the reduction of asbestos, atenolol, bisphenol A,
    carbamazepine, chloramine, chlordane, chlorine, cyst, DEET, estrone, ibuprofen, lead,
    linuron, meprobamate, metolachlor, MTBE, mercury, naproxen, nominal particulate 
    (class I), nonyl phenol, PCB, phenytoin, radon, taste and odor, TCEP, TCPP, toxaphene,
    trimethoprim, turbidity, and VOC.  Health effects testing per NSF/ANSI Standard 53. 
    Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants testing per NSF/ANSI Standard 401.
[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.


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