Imperial Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon™ Replacement Filter

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Imperial Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon™ Replacement Filter

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Imperial Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon™ Replacement Filter
This filter is for the Crown Water Filters. This is the highest and most efficient ceramic filter with added protection from chloramine, THMs, HAAs and many more chemicals, fluoride and heavy metals. 

Key Features:

  • Sub-Micron Particulate Reduction @ 0.3 Microns
  • Enhanced Parasite and Bacteria Removal
  • Reduced Turbidity and Bad Taste
  • Cleanable to restore flow rate
  • Durable Polypropylene Housing
  • Ceramic Filter meets NSF Standard 42
  • Bacteriostatic to inhibit re-growth of bacteria
  • Chlorine and Chloramines
  • THM and HAA Reduction
  • Fluoride and Heavy Metal Reduction
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Please note that because the Imperial Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon™ has a smaller pore size, the flow rate will be approximately 20-30% slower than the standard ceramic filter. This allows for more contact time with the filter to remove higher levels of parasites and bacteria, as well as additonal chemicals. 

Replacing Filter:
Filter should be replaced every 3-6 months for a family of 3-4. 

Imperial Ultra-Ceramic with Metalgon™ Contaminant Reduction Results:
Performance Data

 

Parasites and Bacteria
Turbidity
Lead @ 150 ppb
Chlorine @ 2 ppm
THM and HAAs
VOCs
Particulates @ .5 Microns
Bad Taste and Odor

>99.99%
>99%
>99% 500 gallons^
99% 1000 gallons^
>98%
95% 400 gallons
99.99%
Class I

 

Fluoride and Heavy Metal Reduction Results
Fluoride @ 0.8 ppm
Aluminum, Arsenic III + V, Cadmium, Chromium III, Iron, Manganese, Nickel
Mercury, Chromium VI

 

>85%**
>80%


~50%

 

*This filter has been indepdently tested at Pace Laboratories to NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53 for the reduction of chloramines and lead.
**This filter has been independently tested  at the Water Quality Association Laboratory for the reduction of fluoride in municipal drinking water.

-Certain States prohibit health claims as a matter of state law. Such claims not in compliance are hereby withdrawn. The information herein does not imply, indicate, signify or suggest that your drinking water contains harmful contaminants or that water treatment devices are an acceptable permanent alternative to central water treatment by your supplier. Further, percentage of reduction will vary over the life of the filter. These filters were not intended for use where water is microbiologically unsafe.