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Cutting-Edge Technology for Severe Water Problems
PULSAR ELECTRO-ABSORPTIVE NANOFIBER FILTER USES MECHANICAL FILTRATION AND ZETA CHARGED ELECTRO-ADHESION
The Pulsar Disruptor Filter is manufactured with Nano Alumina Fibers that have a Zeta potential of 51 millivolts. Many contaminants are actually "magnetically" removed from the water supply and "secured" in the Charged Filter. This is truly "disruptive technology."
What is "disruptive technology"?
A disruptive technology is one that displaces an established technology and shakes up the industry or a ground-breaking product that creates a completely new industry.
When the PC replaced the typewriter, it forever changed the way we work and communicate. Cell phones were "disruptive technology" because it allowed us to communicate from almost anywhere and the Pulsar Disruptor Filter System is "disruptive technology" in that a filter system can now remove the following contaminants:
- Arsenic III
- Bacteria (99.99%)
- Chromium 6 (>85%)
- Cysts (99.99%)
- Fulvic Acid
- Humic Acid
- Ferrous Iron (>80%)
- Mercury (>60%)
- Selenium (>75%)
- Tannic Acid
The Pulsar Disruptor media is manufactured from a naturally occurring element called boehmite, which has no known Health Side Effects. In fact, boehmite has long been used as an additive to food products and digestive analgesics. Additionally, it has passed testing for NSF/ANSI Standard 42 and 61 for potable water and USP Class VI testing and endotoxin testing. Pulsar Disruptor Filtration is the final barrier against the problem contaminants such as fine colloids, silica, tannin, and other organics.
- 1" and 1.5" Inlet handles up to 25 GPM
- Cartridge has 222 double o-ring seal for a positive barrier
- System conforms to NSF/ANSI 61 Certified by WQA
- Rated at 100 psi
- Low pressure drop - typically < 3 PSID (clean)
- Turbidity < 1 NTU
- TOC < 50 mg/l
- pH 5-9.5
- Iron < .3 ppm
- Manganese < .05 ppm
This systems performance is dependent upon incoming water quality and factors such as iron, sulfur, manganese, sediment and other particulates need to be addressed ahead of the Pulsar Disruptor Filter. Life expectancy of the filter varies with the water supply, but many users experience filter change intervals in excess of a year when coupled with proper pre-treatment. It is an excellent idea to have a 1 Micron Filter ahead of the Pulsar Disruptor filter.
The Disrupter electro-adsorptive filter media takes out a very wide spectrum of contaminants, including bacteria, virus, cysts and Chromium 6. However, iron, sulfur and manganese must be removed ahead of it. In a sense, it is like ultraviolet or UV disinfection in that the water needs to be free of sediment, silt, algae, sand, iron, sulfur and manganese. There are hundreds of organics in a water supply that can impact it’s performance, so there are no guarantees on it’s life expectancy, although in most cases, they last 6 months to a year. Tannins are somewhat problematic. They are easily removed in over 90% of the cases, but occasionally, they are impossible to remove, due to the nature of the tannin itself or due to competing contaminants. The filter has a one year warranty for structural integrity and manufacturing defects, but is not warranted against plugging and/or failing to remove tannin. It’s like a doctor prescribing a medication that does not work for you, but works for most people. When he changes the prescription and prescribes another, he doesn’t refund your former prescription. The Disrupter is amazing, disruptive technology that removes more contaminants than any other filter.
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Does this remove all lead or just a percentage? Also, does it remove chlorine and/or chloramines?
Nothing takes out 100% of everything, but the Pulsar Disrupter Filter removes “SIGNIFICANT” amounts of lead. It depends upon what level you are starting with, but it should take it well below the MCL.
It does not take out Chlorine or Chloramines, but this would: https://www.uswatersystems.com/aquatrol-backwashing-catalytic-carbon-filter.html
I have some troublesome water with what looks to be lots of tannin. Its not iron because i have tested for iron, it's exactly tea like water. Are you very sure the Pulsar Disruptor filter will remove all the tannin from the water? I have a treatment plant in place that is made up of two filters (13x54), one contains sand media while the second contains activated carbon but we still end up with the tea-like water do i try the resin or the pulsar disruptor filter?
The Disruptor has been effective in over 95% of the cases. Tannin is tricky, so you may want to buy a small 2.5 x 10 housing and filter and do a pilot test. In most cases, it has worked to perfection. But, we cannot guarantee it.