ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘chlorine’

12Apr

It’s April, which means it’s time for another Marketing Minute. Can you believe we’ve already made it through a quarter of the year! I hope you’ve all gotten a strong start to your Multipure business this year, because all of this year’s sales, recruitment, and rank advancements earn points toward next year’s 50th Anniversary Celebration! […]Continue Reading

10Apr

Most municipalities throughout the United States add chlorine to the water supply to treat the presence of germs and general microbial contaminants in the water. While this is considered a great benefit for general water safety, chlorine also has the side effect of changing the taste and odor of the water that you drink. What […]Continue Reading

01Apr

Public drinking water supplies in the United States have been chlorinated since 1908, based on a study published in 1894 that determined that the water chlorination rendered it “germ free”. Today – over a hundred years later – chlorine has been adopted by the vast majority of municipalities across the country as the standard method […]Continue Reading

10Jul

At the end of June, Multipure released our latest product, our Aquasource whole-house chloramine filter. This filter, utilized as a set of three, can treat an entire home’s water supply for the presence of chloramine, chlorine, and particulates. And much like the chlorine Aquasource filters, the optional LSI model chloramine filter will also inhibit the […]Continue Reading

20Jun

As announced at our 2018 Pure Convention, Multipure has released our new whole-house system chloramine filters! Available since June 21, 2018, our new CB20CLM filters are specially formulated to reduce the presence of both chloramine and chlorine throughout the entire home’s water supply. In addition, our set of CB20CLMLSI filters add an additional limescale inhibitor […]Continue Reading

06Dec

Dear Multipure Builders, According to a September article in Time magazine, researchers discovered that 83% of the world’s tap water contains plastic fibers. In the United States, this number jumps to 94%! Of all the U.S. water samples tested in this study, nine out of ten contained plastic! Microscopic plastic fragments enter the water supply […]Continue Reading