Arsenic occurs naturally in soil and bedrock. Arsenic has no smell, taste, or colour when dissolved in water, even in high concentrations, and therefore only laboratory analysis can determine the presence and concentration of arsenic in water. Arsenic is a potential concern to those who live in areas; with high natural deposits of arsenic, receive runoff from orchards, or from glass and electronic production waste. The health effects of arsenic depend on its chemical form, how much is consumed, and for how long. Long-term exposure to arsenic can cause several harmful effects on the human body.
* Although ResinTech® ASM-10-HP has modest removal of Arsenite (As3), it is suggested to use additional oxidation methods such as pre-chlorination to convert to Arsenate (As5).For specific throughput and performance please contact resin products sales team
Filter cartridge Certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 42 and NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for material requirement(s) only.
Filter Cartridge Certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 372 for low lead compliance