ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘carbon block’

27Mar

Multipure’s PureBlock is an extraordinary step forward in water filtration and purification. It builds upon decades of Multipure’s superior carbon block filter technology to allow for microbiological water treatment without the need for additional power or external chemical additives. At the heart of Multipure’s PureBlock is our revolutionary material technology that utilizes sub-nanometer filtration pores […]Continue Reading

20Mar

Multipure’s Solid Carbon Block filters utilize multiple filtration actions, combining mechanical filtration, electrokinetic adsorption, and physiochemical adsorption to provide the most effective contaminant reduction possible. When water streams into and through a Multipure carbon block filter, contaminants initially undergo electrokinetic adsorption as the water passes the outer prefilter. The prefilter develops a positive molecular charge […]Continue Reading

05Mar

Due to the growing awareness of water contamination over the last few decades, the consumer market has seen a wide array of water filter products using a variety of different water filtration technologies. To help you better understand the differences between these technologies, we have compiled this brief overview of water filtration technologies, noting their relative […]Continue Reading

04Feb

Today – February 4, 2019 – is World Cancer Day, so let us all take a moment to remind ourselves of the importance of cancer prevention, detection, and treatment, and to think about all of those who have experienced the pain and suffering of cancer, either personally or through friends and loved ones. And while […]Continue Reading

31May

To Our Concerned Customers and Builders: A recent Emergency Alert in Salem, Oregon advised customers to avoid drinking tap water due to contamination with cyanotoxins. Many of our customers and Builders in Oregon have expressed concern regarding the efficacy of their Multipure Drinking Water System to treat cyanotoxin-contaminated tap water. The short answer is that […]Continue Reading