Std. 53 Certified Products
Among the many certifications that our Multipure Drinking Water Systems hold is the NSF Standard 53 certification. NSF 53-certified water filtration systems include the Aqualuxe, Aquaperform, Aquaversa, and Aquamini. If you are concerned about your health and the health of your family, you should always make sure that any residential water filters you buy are certified NSF water filters.
When you buy a Multipure water filter, you will have peace of mind of knowing it is an NSF Standard 53-certified water filter. NSF Standard 53 is known as the "Health Effects" standard. Water treatment products that are NSF Standard 53-certified receive this certification for their ability to reduce or remove contaminants in unfiltered water that are known to cause adverse health effects.
NSF has developed many of the most important standards for water treatment products, including NSF 42 (Aesthetic Effects), NSF 53 (Health Effects), NSF 401 (Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants), and NSF P231 (Microbiological Purifier). Contaminants that fall under the "health effects" category and can be significantly reduced by Multipure water filter products include arsenic, asbestos, lead, mercury, cysts, chlordane, MTBE, PCB, radon, toxaphene, and turbidity.
In addition, Multipure water filters are NSF certified to reduce volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in your water, including benzine, chlorobenzene, carbon tetrachloride, haloacetonitriles, ethylbenzene, tetrachloroethylene, haloketones, trihalomethanes, and many other undesirable and potentially toxic compounds.
You never have to worry about whether or not you are drinking clean water thanks to the NSF Standard 53 certification of our water filter systems. This certification is only granted to companies whose products have been thoroughly examined and tested. After the test, NSF food and water safety experts deemed our filters effective at reducing contaminants known to have potentially negative health effects.
NSF is a public health and safety organization whose sole job is to set standards for products in the food and beverage industry and related industries. The organization also makes sure that companies adhere to or exceed those standards to help ensure safer products for consumers. When a company has NSF certification, you can feel confident that the company went through a stringent testing process and you can rely on their products to do what they claim.
Multipure's NSF-certified drinking water treatment systems and solid carbon block filters reduce contaminants in tap water, improving the healthfulness of the water, improving the taste and odor of the water, and improving the overall water quality - and all without significantly impacting the overall flow rate.