PureH2O櫃下型濾水轉換器安裝組 - 單組

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PureH2O櫃下型濾水轉換器安裝組(適用於PureH2O櫃上型濾水系統 - 需分別購買)可以幫助您將濾水器安裝在水槽下,節省空間。若您不想將濾水器安裝在廚房流理台上,連接於廚房水龍頭,您可使用櫃下型濾水轉換器安裝組輕鬆地將濾水器整齊利落地安裝在水槽下,並由專用的按壓式鉻水龍頭取用過濾水。櫃下型濾水轉換器安裝組組件包括固定支架、與水管道連接的“T”型配件、附顏色標示管道的按壓式鉻水龍頭及詳細步驟圖示說明書。安裝過程通常不超過20分鐘,只需一把螺絲起子和鉗子。PureH2O採用獨家的雙濾式系統,結合碳過濾、離子交換技術與次微米過濾,您的廚房水龍頭就能流出健康好喝的飲用水。PureH2O濾水系統採用最先進的雙段式濾水技術,與市面上其他濾水器相比,可過濾掉範圍更廣的汙染物(詳情請參閱性能資料表,查詢具體可過濾的汙染物)。第一顆濾芯能過濾掉自來水中的沉積物、微粒子、氯味和異味。第二顆濾芯利用精密的離子交換程序,減少鉛含量,同時維持飲水中礦物質的平衡。這套先進的超動力濾水系統也能維持健康的飲用水酸鹼值。很多公共供水系統無法完全除去水中的化學污染物。事實上,即使經過處理,從您家的水龍頭流出的水仍有氯味和異味。PureH2O能過濾掉水中的氯味和異味,極大改善您居家自來水的水質和純淨度。PureH2O是您的健康泉源!

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益處

  • 安裝簡易
  • 組件包括固定支架、T型配件、按壓式鉻水龍頭及詳細步驟圖示說明書
  • 含專用按壓式鉻水龍頭提供純淨的過濾水
  • 適用於PureH2O櫃上型濾水器

詳細資料

PureH2O™ Under Counter Installation Kit櫃下安裝組適用於PureH2O™ Countertop Water Filter櫃上型濾水器(需分別購買),讓你能將濾水器安裝在水槽下面。若你不想把濾水器裝置在廚房流理台上並連接於廚房水龍頭,你可使用此濾水轉換器將櫃上型濾水器裝置在水槽下,節省空間又美觀。安裝簡易,由按壓式鉻水龍頭即可享用純淨的過濾水。櫃下型濾水轉換器組件包括固定支架,與水管線連接的T型配件,按壓式鉻水龍頭及易於操作的圖示說明書。安裝不超過20分鐘,只需一把螺絲起子還有鉗子就可完工。 PureH2O™濾水系統利用碳濾心、離子交換程序與亞微型濾心的先進雙段式濾水技術,讓你從居家廚房的水龍頭就能製造出健康、好喝的飲水。PureH2O™濾水系統採用最先進的雙段式濾水技術,第一個濾芯能過濾掉自來水中的沉積物、微生物、氯味和異味。第二個濾芯利用精密的離子交換程序,能夠減少水中的鉛,維持飲水的礦物質平衡。此強效的濾水系統同時能幫助飲水維持健康的酸鹼平衡。不論使用量的多少,濾芯應每六個月更換一次。 都市供水系統可能無法完全除去水中的化學污染物。事實上,即使經過自來水廠處理過,從你家水龍頭流出的水,仍有氯味和異味。PureH2O™ Countertop Water Filter櫃上型濾水器能過濾掉水中的氯味和異味,大大改善你居家自來水的水質和純淨度。 PureH20,幫你為喝進肚裡的水把關! 請注意:切勿使用不要使用可能受病原生物污染,或未經消毒處理且品質堪慮的水源。

常見問答

Frequently Asked Questions About PureH2O™ Under-Sink Installation Kit:

Is bottled water or filtered water better? While much bottled water is of good quality, there are little or no regulations or means of ensuring bottled water quality; it is a self-policed industry for the most part. In contrast, the home-water treatment industry is very heavily regulated. Manufacturers must do extensive testing and reporting to prove their products effectiveness at providing quality water. Manufacturers are required to supply "Performance Data Sheets" demonstrating the products ability to remove certain contaminants; bottled water companies are not required to demonstrate their waters quality.

What is TDS?

Total Dissolved Solids, the total measurement by weight of all solids that are dissolved in water. The dissolved solids in water are primarily calcium and magnesium and would not be a measurement of contamination. Tests that measure the conductivity of water (often used by companies selling reverse osmosis and distillation system) only give a rough estimate of dissolved solids, mostly minerals, and do not show water quality. Implying that these tests show water quality is highly misleading and unethical.

Is chlorine harmful?

Chlorine was first added to a community water system in 1908 in Chicago and was instrumental in eliminating many types of water-borne disease, such as cholera and Typhoid fever. Prior to chlorination, many major cities had death tolls of 1 in 1000 people from Typhoid alone. Chlorine has been used to disinfect municipal water for over 80 years and has had some positive effects on public health. In the 1970s, it was discovered that chlorine, when added to water, forms Trihalomethanes (chlorinated by-products) by combining with certain naturally occurring organic matter such as vegetation and algae. In 1992, the American Journal of Public Health published a report that indicated certain unhealthy effects associated with consuming chlorinated water. This report also stated that much of these effects were due to showering in chlorinated water. The effects of drinking chlorinated water have been debated for decades. However, most experts now agree that there are some significant risks related to consuming chlorine and chlorinated by-products in drinking water.

Why do some areas test negative for chlorine?

Virtually all city water systems contain some level of chlorine. The level will vary based on outdoor temperature, the season, distance from water utility and current usage. While chlorine may sometimes be undetectable on a certain day with a standard OTO test kit, that level can change dramatically day to day. In addition, some cities use ammonia at certain times as a disinfectant in order to reduce chlorination by products. Without chlorine, the dangers of water borne disease would be too significant. An undetectable chlorine level, on a certain day, does not eliminate the need for an effective home filtration system.

What do you do if you have water contaminated by radioactive matter?

Move! Radioactive water is not very common in this country and is a more serious problem than should be dealt with by a home-water filtration system. Many people confuse the contaminant "Radon" with radioactivity when in fact they are quite different. Radon is produced from decaying Uranium ore and can be effectively dealt with by carbon filtration.

What are VOCs?

Volatile Organic Chemicals are synthetic compounds that turn into vapor at relatively low temperatures. VOCs typically vaporize at a much lower temperature than water. Most synthetic chemicals found in water, such as pesticides and herbicides, are VOCs.

Do people on private wells need to use shower filters?

There are many health and cosmetic benefits to removing chemicals and compounds from shower water, even on non-chlorinated private wells. Virtually all ground water contains traces of some chemical or chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin or inhaled. In addition, the PureH2O™ shower filter system helps balance the waters pH, which is also a very noticeable cosmetic benefit.

What is the best container for storing filtered water?

Glass is always best, however if glass is not practical, then a high-grade polycarbonate material is best. Clear plastic bottles and pitchers with a #1 in the recycle triangle on the bottom, like the bottles used by Evian and the higher quality bottled waters, are the best option for water storage since they have been shown to release the lowest levels of plastic component chemicals into water. Translucent, colored or bottles with a number other than 1 on the bottom should be avoided because there is the possibility of higher levels of chemicals leeching into the water from the plastic.

Do water treatment products require FDA approval?

No. However, the certifications that apply to the PureH2O™ products require proof that all wet component materials meet FDA requirements for food grade materials. The performance claims of the PureH2O system have been validated and certified by the California Department of Health Services and include toxicology extraction tests to show no harmful release of any substance into the filtered water.

Are whole house systems (P.O.E. - point-of-entry) better than counter-top filters (P.O.U. - point-of-use)?

P.O.U. systems are by far the best way to ensure the highest quality water since many water-borne contaminants come from the plumbing in your house, especially lead and vinyl chloride from the piping. By filtering water at the point-of-use, you remove contaminants just prior to consumption, eliminating the chance of recontamination. Point-of-entry systems offer certain benefits but do not replace the benefits of point-of-use filtration.

What are the benefits of magnetic water treatment?

While there are manufacturers that make beneficial claims for magnetic water treatment, there are no credible studies or documentation that magnetics offer any measurable benefits for drinking water, consumers should beware of undocumented claims.

How do you know if there are contaminants in your water?

All public water systems contain some level of one or more unhealthful chemicals. Regulations only require periodic testing of about 90 chemicals. There are now more than 75,000 chemicals used in our society with over 1000 new ones being developed each year. Contaminant levels fluctuate throughout the year, making it impossible to know the actual level of contamination in a central water system. So far over 2100 toxic chemicals have been detected in America's water systems.

Are some people more sensitive to chemicals in drinking water and shower water than others?

Definitely, small children and the elderly are especially more affected by contaminants in water due to a reduced capacity to deal with toxins and a less tolerant immune system.

If my municipal water company's Annual Water Quality Report shows that it meets all EPA guidelines, does that mean its safe?

On October 1 1999, a new federal law went into effect that requires water utilities to send each customer a detailed report showing what is in their water, appropriately called "The Right To Know Amendment." The most important thing to remember is that no matter how insistent these reports are that "contaminants in your water do not necessarily pose a health risk", any level of contamination in our drinking water does in fact represent a possibility of risk to our health. Of the over 75,000 toxic chemicals used in our society, the EPA has only set standards (MCLs) for about 90, and those 90 Maximum Contaminant Levels are not necessarily set on "health effects." The EPA considers limited health studies based on consumption of one certain chemical by a 175 lb. adult when setting these standards. No consideration is given to the effects on small children or the combined effects of two or more contaminants, which some studies show are magnified by as much as 1000 times. Water utilities are only required to test for the 90 contaminants that the EPA has set standards for.

Nobody knows how many chemicals may actually be in tap water. According to the Ralph Nader Research Group, after reviewing thousands of pages of EPA documents acquired through the Freedom of Information Act, more than 2100 chemicals have already been detected in U.S. water supplies. Virtually all public water systems have some level of contamination. The water utilities are usually quick to point out that the chemicals found in their water are "below EPA's Maximum Levels", and in most cases they are. The fact is that even the smallest trace of a chemical causes damage and science is just now starting to realize to what extent. In a recent report from the National Cancer Institute to the Surgeon General, it was stated that "No level of exposure to a chemical carcinogen should be considered toxicologically insignificant to humans," and we are learning the hard way the truth of this statement.

How can I find out what water quality my city has?

Simply go to this site, and it will give you information on your local water quality:

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