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Water Treatment Reviews – eSpring

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The eSpring Water Treatment System or Water Purifier as it is referred to in the manual is currently available in two models – above the counter or below the counter, (under sink). The unique technology behind the eSpring Water Purifier and the importance of its certification by NSF International, is what puts it ahead of most other systems on the market.

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The eSpring™ Water Purifier is the first in-home system to combine ultraviolet light technology with a patented multi-stage carbon-block filter. No other in-home system is certified to reduce more potential health effect contaminants than the eSpring Water Purifier. The eSpring website lists these peace of mind benefits:

• Destroys more than 99.9999% of bacteria
• Destroys more than 99.99% of viruses
• Effectively removes more than 99.95% of cysts
• Effectively removes more than 140 potential health-effect contaminants including disinfectant by-products, many pesticides, lead, mercury, and radon
• The first in-home system certified to meet these three separate international standards of water quality by NSF International: Standard 42: Improves taste, odour, and clarity. Standard 53: Reduces health-effect contaminants. Standard 55: Reduces microorganisms with UV light
• Does not remove beneficial minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and fluoride
• Uses exclusive patented technology
• Comes with a two-year limited warranty on parts and labour, and a satisfaction guarantee
Easy to use features:• It installs easily
• It works well at all household water pressures, from very low (15 psi or 103.4KPa) to very high (125 psi or 862KPa)
• It is more convenient (and less costly) than bottled water
• It has a high flow rate to fill your glass or container quickly
• The replaceable filter/cartridge is designed to meet the average cooking and drinking water needs of a family of six for one year or 5,000 litres (1,320 gallons), whichever comes first
• The UV bulb switches on only when you turn on the tap, so water flows cold, not warmed by the UV light
• Because the bulb is not on all the time, you do not waste energy
• A patented monitor display lets you know the system is functioning properly
• Electronic “smart chips” provides worry-free monitoring and lets you know when replacement is required
• Replacements are simple and require no tools
• The eSpring monitor automatically resets itself when replacement is complete
• The base unit is constructed of durable, high-impact plastic
• The only electrical requirement is a regular grounded outlet.
The eSpring™ Water Purifier – the first in-home system certified to meet three separate international standards for water quality.* ANSI*/NSF Standard 42: Improves taste, odour and clarity
* ANSI/NSF Standard 53: Effectively reduces health-effect contaminants like lead, mercury, pesticides, and more
* ANSI/NSF Standard 55: Controls microorganisms with UV light

There are many reasons to choose an eSpring Water Purifier over any other water treatment system, the certifications it has received, the contaminants it removes, the technology behind it, the way it performs, the convenience and peace of mind it offers, and, of course, the great-tasting water that comes out of your tap every day. The eSpring Water Purifier destroys microorganisms with ultraviolet light technology. It also effectively reduces more than 140 other possible health-effect contaminants by trapping them in its patented carbon block filter. No other in-home system does both.

eSpring Water Purifiers are sold by Quixtar IBO’s and not in stores so ordering a unit could be a challenge. Best-Water-Treatment-Systems.com has partnered with a distributor and because we have chosen this water treatment system as one of our top picks we can offer a substanial online discount. There is a full money-back guarantee as with all Quixtar products. Click here to view the order page.

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One Response to “Water Treatment Reviews – eSpring”

  1. Pamela King Says:
    September 20th, 2012 at 3:39 am

    will my espring clog up whith scale if i have a water softener how does this work? OR will I ruin it in a few weeks?

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