EAC – Activated Charcoal Dechlorinator
WQA - Tested and Certified against CSA B483.1
Activated carbon filtration can effectively reduce certain organic compounds and chlorine in drinking water. It Activated carbon filters are used to remove chlorine and its by-products. Chlorine has been the most widely used disinfectant in Canada and the U.S.A. for over 60 years and is the primary disinfectant for drinking water in the world. There is concern in the scientific and regulatory community over the use of chlorine compounds to disinfect drinking water.
Drinking water treatment using activated carbon (AC) filtration is one option for a homeowner to treat drinking water problems. AC filtration is an effective method for treating certain organic compounds, unpleasant tastes and odors, and chlorine, though it is not effective for metals, nitrate, microbial contaminants and other inorganic contaminants. An AC filtration system should be selected based on water analysis and assessment of individual homeowner’s needs and situation. Regular replacement of the filter/cartridge is critical to maintain effectiveness and reduce bacterial contamination of the filter. The NSF and the WQA test and certify products. This certification can help guide selection. All Eagle Products are subject to the rigorous standards of the NSF, CSA and the WQA and are fully certified. Rest assured when you choose Eagle Water Treatment Systems you are choosing wisely.