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eSpring cartridge technical data
#1
Hi,

is there anywhere technical specification, technical data sheet about eSpring cartridge?
to understand in more details what this filter has and what is difference from competitors etc.
?
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#2
http://www.espring.com has a lot of info
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#3
<!-- w --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.espring.com">www.espring.com</a><!-- w --> has only regular sales points which sounds nice.
I need real technical data sheet saying what mikron exactly number is, but not "300 times smaller than human hair" etc...

I want to understand why eSpring cost 10 times more than regular carbon filter+UV light. it can't be so huge difference.
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#4
I wasn't aware anyone else had a carbon filter plus UV light, let alone one for 10% of the price. Got a link?

Another competitive factor is the electronic monitoring. Most people don't realise that using an old cartridge cartridge can give you worse drinking water than no cartridge at all. I can't count how many people I know with "competitor", cheaper, water filters that haven't changed the filter once since they bought it - and they continue to use it, sometimes years afterward.

NSF has info on all the tested claims, otherwise I suggest you email Amway with your questions and I'm sure they'll pass them on to a technical expert. It would be great if you could republish the answer here too!
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#5
qqruzaz Wrote:http://www.espring.com has only regular sales points which sounds nice. cal data sheet saying what mikron exactly number is, but not "300 times smaller than human hair" etc...


btw, espring.com says "The spaces between the carbon particles in the eSpring Water Purifier's compressed carbon block filter are extremely small, and able to filter out particles as small as 0.2 microns"
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#6
Here is some information about eSpring:
eSpring - Owner's manual
eSpring - FAQ
NSF Certificates
Certificate about the origin of activated carbon
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#7
thanks for that last one sp75! It's my understanding most carbon block filters are based on bone? My fully vegetarian fiancee will be delighted Big Grin
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#8
ibofightback Wrote:thanks for that last one sp75! It's my understanding most carbon block filters are based on bone? My fully vegetarian fiancee will be delighted Big Grin


OMG - that is very disturbing (that brand X's are bone based carbon)
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#9
stickshark Wrote:OMG - that is very disturbing (that brand X's are bone based carbon)


not all, but I gather it's not uncommon
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#10
Animal bones (bone char, animal charcoal) are used in refining sugar. It's used to remove the color from raw cane sugar.
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