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A Breakthrough in Water Disinfection Technology

Quantum Disinfection™ is a revolutionary, patented technology that uses quantum mechanics

principles of electron movement to create surface catalytic sites.  This is the first time such a

technology has been used to disinfect water.

Before now, to disinfect water, users had to plug in a device or introduce a chemical into the

water.  Quantum Disinfection™ does away with all of that.  Water simply has to pass over the

Quantum Disinfection™ media surface and the bacteria are instantly destroyed through a

catalytic electron exchange.

Disinfection can now be achieved with no power, no chemicals and no maintenance.

Catalytic carbon is a form of granular activated carbon (GAC) that has had the electronic structure of its surface modified to make it more effective as a catalyst. WHY SHOULD I REMOVE CHLORAMINES FROM MY WATER? Chloramines are a group of chemical compounds used as a disinfectant in many municipal drinking water supplies to kill bacteria and other microbes. They are considered less aggressive than chlorine, but more stable against light. According to the CDC, chloramine does not appear to have any adverse health effects in healthy people when consumed in small amounts in drinking water. However, both chlorine and chloramines must be removed from water before it can be used for kidney dialysis. People who keep fish or other aquatic pets should always remove chloramines and chlorine from the water, as these chemicals are extremely toxic to these animals. While chloramine in small amounts might not be considered dangerous, some people do report that water disinfected with these chemicals can cause skin irritation. Others note that the water may have a slightly green color, a bad taste, and a noticeable odor. Home brewers should always remove these disinfectants as well, as it can cause the beer to have a medicinal or plastic taste. Uses for Catalytic Carbon Filters Because catalytic carbon has been modified to improve its catalytic properties, it can also be used to remove other contaminants. Carbon filters in general are effective at removing many organic solids from water, and catalytic carbon is no different. These filters can also remove or reduce the amount of chlorine, trihalomethanes (THMs), pesticides, strange tastes, and bad odors from your water. Catalytic carbon filters can help remove iron, magnesium, and sulfur from your water as well.  The catalytic action of the carbon enhances this process, then the filtering action of the media helps remove the solids.
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Water Science US Salt-Free Whole House Water Purification Systems 727-804-4562

A Breakthrough in Water

Disinfection Technology

Quantum Disinfection™ is a revolutionary,

patented technology that uses quantum

mechanics principles of electron

movement to create surface catalytic

sites.  This is the first time such a

technology has been used to disinfect

water.

Before now, to disinfect water, users had

to plug in a device or introduce a

chemical into the water.  Quantum

Disinfection™ does away with all of that. 

Water simply has to pass over the

Quantum Disinfection™ media surface

and the bacteria are instantly destroyed

through a catalytic electron exchange.

Disinfection can now be achieved with no

power, no chemicals and no

maintenance.

Catalytic carbon is a form of granular activated carbon (GAC) that has had the electronic structure of its surface modified to make it more effective as a catalyst. WHY SHOULD I REMOVE CHLORAMINES FROM MY WATER? Chloramines are a group of chemical compounds used as a disinfectant in many municipal drinking water supplies to kill bacteria and other microbes. They are considered less aggressive than chlorine, but more stable against light. According to the CDC, chloramine does not appear to have any adverse health effects in healthy people when consumed in small amounts in drinking water. However, both chlorine and chloramines must be removed from water before it can be used for kidney dialysis. People who keep fish or other aquatic pets should always remove chloramines and chlorine from the water, as these chemicals are extremely toxic to these animals. While chloramine in small amounts might not be considered dangerous, some people do report that water disinfected with these chemicals can cause skin irritation. Others note that the water may have a slightly green color, a bad taste, and a noticeable odor. Home brewers should always remove these disinfectants as well, as it can cause the beer to have a medicinal or plastic taste. Uses for Catalytic Carbon Filters Because catalytic carbon has been modified to improve its catalytic properties, it can also be used to remove other contaminants. Carbon filters in general are effective at removing many organic solids from water, and catalytic carbon is no different. These filters can also remove or reduce the amount of chlorine, trihalomethanes (THMs), pesticides, strange tastes, and bad odors from your water. Catalytic carbon filters can help remove iron, magnesium, and sulfur from your water as well.  The catalytic action of the carbon enhances this process, then the filtering action of the media helps remove the solids.