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Arsenic Removal Whole House System

Crystal Quest Water Filters

CQE-WH-01147



Specifications 

  • 1.5 cu. ft. resin 
  • 750,000 gallon capacity
  • Service Flow: 9-11 GPM
  • Stainless Steel: 10" x 54"
  • Fiberglass: 10" x 54"
  • 2.0 cu. ft. resin
  • 1,000,000 gallon capacity
  • Service Flow: 10-13 GPM
  • Stainless Steel: 12" x 52"
  • Fiberglass: 12" x 52"

View our Comparison Chart of all Whole House Arsenic Removal Systems 

Remove Arsenic, Arsenate and Arsenite from Your Drinking Water



    Arsenic (As) enters drinking water supplies from natural deposits in the earth or from agricultural and industrial practices. Surface arsenic-related pollutants enter the ground water system by gradually moving with the flow of ground water from rains, melting of snow, etc. Arsenic won’t affect the taste or smell of drinking water enough to call attention to such contamination. Like many contaminants in drinking water, arsenic is potentially hazardous at levels or concentrations that do not impart a noticeable taste, odor, or appearance to the water.

    Arsenic is not easily dissolved in water. Therefore, if it is found in a water supply, it usually comes from mining or metallurgical operations or from runoff from agricultural areas where materials containing arsenic were used as industrial poisons. Arsenic in water has no color, taste or odor. Arsenic and phosphate easily substitute for one another chemically, therefore commercial grade phosphate can have some arsenic in it. Arsenic is highly toxic and has been classified by the US EPA as a carcinogen, which was derived from toxicity considerations rather than carcinogenicity. The current MCL for arsenic is 0.010 mg/l as of 01/23/06.

    Information about arsenic in water can be found on the US Environmental Protection Agency website.  Arsenic is a semi-metal element that has no taste, odor, or color, and is not easily dissolved. It occurs naturally in the environment, as a by-product of mining, or agricultural areas when materials containing arsenic are used as industrial poisons. Arsenic is considered highly toxic and a carcinogen. 

    Water Travels Through 3 Stages of Filtration
    • Stage 1: Water flows through a 20” sediment cartridge that removes sediment, silt, sand and dirt.
    • Stage 2: Water flows through a arsenic-reducing mineral tank with ERA® 6500 & 9500 to prevent bacteria growth. 
    • Stage 3: Water flows through a 20” solid carbon filter cartridge for removing volatile organic compounds (VOCs), insecticides, pesticides and industrial solvents.*

    * If present in the water

    Eaglesorb Arsenic Oxide Replacement Media

    42/61

    OUR GUARANTEED PERFORMANCE

    * All parts, components and media are NSF Certified


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