EWO Puro Filter Cartridge
This filter cartridge is for the EWO Gourmet Premium system. The carbon block in the filter cartridge has a membrane size of 1.5 microns. The flow rate of the EWO PURO Filter Cartridge is approximately 7 liters per minute at 4 bar waterpressure.
WereldWater recommends replacing the filter cartridge every six months.
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The EWO Puro have a combined cartridge of activated carbon and axially integrated capillary membrane. This technology from Carbonit is Awarded the Innovation Prize of Saxony-Anhalt in 2002. The high water flow is particularly suitable for the use of turbulators for the revitalization of drinking water. activated carbon has a large surface that under the adsorbent used in the chemical, medicine and water and wastewater treatment is used. As gesinteter activated carbon block filter in accordance with scientifically verified CARBONIT® technology removes unwanted primarily the color, taste and odor compounds from gases, vapors and liquids unparalleled filtration results scientifically verified. membrane filtration for reliable retention of pathogenic germs. Filter performance combination of two technologies for high water flow in special applications ( medical, water dispensers ) and convenient operation with downstream technical equipment or turbulators. Hospital Hygienist document as Legionella, Pseudomonas, and fungi (eg Aspergillus) the tap water can be a source of transmission. Scientific studies of the Institute of Hygiene and Public Health, University of Bonn show that these stresses can occur not only in hospitals but also in the home environment . Here immune-compromised individuals terminal Filters are primarily at risk. offer protection. Compared to the „plain carbon block EWO Premium Filter Cartridge“ is a halving of the activated carbon capacity and a doubling of the sales price before. Filtration capacity of about 5,000 liters. Scientifically checked filter composition. For the filtration of bacteria and organic substances. Meets ANSI / NSF Standard 53 (cyst & turbidity reduction) and EPA standards. The epdwa guidelines for a filter fineness of at least 1 micron (1 micron) in nominal terms.