ArchivesCategory: Science

06Jul

At Multipure, we often talk about NSF Standards and NSF Certification, as NSF International is the leading authority when it comes to the testing and verification of drinking water treatment systems. For this Multipure Spotlight article, we are going to take a look at some of the numbers and statistics related to NSF. NSF International […]Continue Reading

01Jul

The Multipure Spotlight for July 2020 is “By the Numbers,” which means that this month we will be focusing on some enlightening, eye-opening, and sometimes startling numbers and statistics related to drinking water contamination and filtration. For this article, let’s took a look at Multipure By the Numbers: How Much Does a Multipure Aquaversa Filter […]Continue Reading

08Jun

“Drink eight glasses of water a day” has been the standard “common sense” hydration advice for decades. The standard of eight 8-oz glasses – 64 ounces of water in total – has been the de facto standard from doctors, teachers, and parents around the country. Recent years have seen debates about the merits of a […]Continue Reading

05Jun

Multipure VP of Marketing, Kenton Jones, and Copywriter, Joel Pelina discuss the importance of NSF certification, and the crucial differences between true certification and “integrity shortcut” phrases such as “certified to NSF standards” and “tested according to NSF standards”.    Continue Reading

05Jun

Your body is around 60% water. Water is vital for your cells, skin, and immunity, and it helps regulate your temperature and plenty of other body functions. Given its crucial role, it’s essential you drink the water your body needs every day. Though water is an essential nutrient, your body can’t produce it on its own. In […]Continue Reading

01Jun

Our Multipure Spotlight this month is “Hydration Solution,” so for this article, we’re going to start with the basics: The Importance of Proper Hydration, covering the necessity of water toward body functions, the effects of dehydration, and tips to maintain proper hydration. The average adult human body is made up of 65-75% water, as water […]Continue Reading

14May

Many people are familiar with common waterborne contaminants that could make them sick. Microorganisms like Giardia and E. coli can cause gastrointestinal illnesses, and heavy metals like lead and mercury are notorious for their detrimental effects on human health.  But what about algal toxins like microcystin? This common water contaminant can have profound effects on human health […]Continue Reading

20Apr

For this post, we are continuing our April 2020 Spotlight, “Multipure’s Aqualuxe: Cutting Edge Water Treatment” by discussing what really elevates the Aqualuxe above and beyond its drinking water filtration peers: NSF-certified treatment of bacteria and viruses in drinking water, in addition to NSF-certified treatment of the broadest array of aesthetic contaminants, health contaminants, and […]Continue Reading

09Apr

Clean drinking water is a priority for most households, though it’s easy to take for granted. Most of us would rather drink a clear, refreshing glass of water than one with an odd color, cloudy sediment, or a strange taste or smell. Clean drinking water is essential for our gastrointestinal health, as well. The World […]Continue Reading

02Apr

Our April 2020 Spotlight is “Multipure’s Aqualuxe: Cutting Edge Water Treatment,” and for this article we are going to focus on PFAS – perfluoroalkyl substances. You may have also heard of PFOA – perfluorooctanoic acid, and PFOS – perfluorooctane sulfonate, both of which are part of the PFAS grouping of chemical compounds. PFAS as a […]Continue Reading