Consumer Reports Votes Multipure as Top Water Filters

CR1-275x300  Multipure’s Aquaversa (MP750sb) has once again been rated one of the best home water filters! Consumer Reports tests many consumer products to see if they stand up to and perform as advertised. If a product, like a water filters, passes all of their testing, they report to the consumer. These test results are not sponsored. They are real results from real tests.

Here is a list of just a few tests that Consumer Reports put the Multipure Aquaversa and other water filtration systems through:

 

 

 

Consumer-reports-2013-1011x1024Lead removal indicates the percentage of lead that was removed by each filter.

Chloroform removal rates the percentage of chloroform removed. A filter’s ability to remove chloroform predicts how well it will remove many organic compounds as well as byproducts created by disinfectants used by water systems.

Flow rate is how fast a gallon of water filtered throught the cartridge. The criteria for flow rate scores differ between different types of filters. Faucet-mount, countertop, and undersink models have the same criterion; carafes and reverse osmosis models each have their own.

Clogging measures how well the filter retains its flow rate over time and whether it stopped flowing completely before its claimed life span.

Once again, the Multipure MP750sb (also known as the Aquaversa) rated best for under the sink water filters.  As you know, I highly recommend the Multipure line of products and this is the system that I have installed in my new home. For more info or questions regarding any Multipure drinking water system, feel free to give me a call or visit my site: IndianaWaterFilters.org 

The entire line of Mutipure home water filters is just a click away. The safest water you can drink, is right at your kitchen sink. Multipure!

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