It is 3rd party tested for the removal of chloramine, chlorine, lead, and mercury, while reducing the following wide array of toxins and chemicals:
Filtering Capacities for the Structured Water Filter GW5:
Filtering Capacities for the Structured Water Filter GW7:
What is AquaMetix®?
A proprietary matrix comprising of at least two types of activated carbon, combined with proprietary Zeolite minerals, structurally bound with polymers into a highly porous block filter form.
This very unique adsorbent will adsorb a variety of organic and inorganic substances; chlorine and the more difficult to remove chloramine. AquaMetix® is a unique technology designed to provide the highest quality drinking water possible from a single stage block filter.
Yearly Filter Replacement Cost GW5:
$425 for 5 filters.
AquaMetix® will reduce a wide variety of drinking water contaminants of both aesthetic and health concern. The dense pore structure and vast surface area is ideally suited to improving taste and odor, color, chemicals, and fluoride.
AquaMetix® combines the highest FDA-compliant raw materials, with cutting-edge manufacturing methods resulting in unparalleled performance in an exclusively U.S.A. Manufactured product.
Yearly Filter Replacement Cost GW7:
$595 for 7 filters.
THE MAJORITY OF AMERICAN COMMUNITIES ARE POISONING THEIR WATER SYSTEMS
One of the chief benefits of the Aquametix filter is its capacity to remove the industrial version of fluoride from water. Fluoride occurs naturally in many water sources and is not harmful but the industrial version of fluoride infused into approximately 73% of American communities is an industrial pollutant which is also used an insecticide and pesticide. The FDA, CDC and Water Quality Association of America refuse to acknowledge that the industrial version of fluoride is a poison. The majority of mainstream water treatment companies in America abide by the Water Quality Association stand that the industrial version of fluoride is healthy and necessary for children and adults thus few water companies will offer filtration for fluoride.