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The 2018 Scariest Water Filter Competition! Win an Everpure H-300 Drinking Water System!

I know that you’ve seen them and you have pictures! To enter just send me a picture of the scariest dirty water filter that you have ever seen to kevin@filterpure.com. All pictures must be received on or before 12:00 noon on Halloween day, Wednesday, October 31.  Team FPS will review and judge all entrants to select the scariest water filter of 2018!

    

The prize to be awarded is an Everpure H-300 system!

Everpure Residential H-300 Drinking Water System

Features of the Everpure H-300 Drinking Water System include:

• Part Number: EV927076
• .5 micron
• Overall Dimensions: 22” H x 5” Diameter
• Rated Capacity: 300 gallons (1,135 Litres)
• Built in water shut off allows for easier cartridge changes
• Exclusive Micro-Pure filtering material coats the pleated surface inside the cartridge
• Retains vital minerals found naturally in water to ensure the health and delicious clean, crisp taste of your water
• Chlorine, taste & odor, sediment, lead and cyst reduction
• VOCs, volatile organic chemicals including THMs
• Removes dirt and cloudiness including particles as small .5 micron by mechanical means
• Removes particulates including oxidized iron, manganese and sulfides
• Adsorbs common earthy, moldy, fish tastes, and odors
• Enhanced KDF media to inhibit scale build-up that can damage equipment
• Commercial grade filtration, Everpure signature metal canister protects the filter from splitting or bursting
• NSF Certified under NSF/ANSI Standards 42 chemical reduction and 53 certified to reduce cysts such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia by mechanical means
• Uses replacement H-300 replacement water filter cartridge (EV927072)
• MADE IN THE USA

The same commercial quality that makes Pentair® Everpure the overwhelming choice for water filtration in restaurants is also available for your home. Pentair Everpure exclusive precoat filtration technology combines Micro-Pure® and a unique pleated filter membrane. This highly engineered design offers the largest filtering surface area, longer filter life, and consistent performance.

Download the Everpure-H300 EV927070 Filtration System Specification Sheet

Good luck to everyone and may the scariest filter win! Happy Halloween! For further information email as at info@filterpure.com or call us directly at 800-942-7873

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What about your water and water filtration system after Hurricane Michael?

Provided the water in your area does not fall under a “Do not use”, boil water alert, your filter system and filters unless damaged by the storm should be fine. If your area does fall under a boil water alert you should change all filters and membranes installing new, unused filters or membrane cartridges after you have completely sanitized your system. Boil water alerts are often issued by water municipalities when damage occurs to water lines.  These alerts can also be issued if there is a loss in water pressure, allowing bacteria to backwash into the water pipes. Minerals and viruses like E.coli, cryptosporidium, and giardia, are all things that may get into water when a pipe breaks or during a natural disaster, like flooding. Below is Everpure’s Technical Service Bulletin regarding water quality emergencies and the procedures to place your system back into operation after a boil water alert.

Everpure Technical Service Bulletin 
File No: 011414 
Subject: Responding to Water Quality Emergencies

RESPONDING TO WATER QUALITY EMERGENCIES 
Natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods and hurricanes cause contamination of municipal water systems over a large area. Industrial and other chemical leaks can also cause contamination of water supplies. If a water quality emergency occurs in your location, follow your local municipality’s instructions for addressing the emergency. If a boil order is issued, follow that boil order advisory until you have been notified by local authorities that your water is potable and safe to use.
Following is our recommended procedure for cleaning and start-up of Pentair water treatment systems using Pentair filters and RO membranes for commercial foodservice applications.

PENTAIR® OBEYING BOIL WATER ADVISORIES: 
Obey them, period!
Contamination due to breaks in the mains, general flooding, or damage to the municipal waterworks itself should not be confused with situations in which contamination by protozoan cysts (e.g. Cryptosporidium, Giardia) is discovered in a water supply. Everpure submicron filters and RO membranes are NSF-Certified for removing such cysts, but not for killing or removing dangerous bacteria and viruses, which must be assumed to be present during the aftermath of a disaster, chemical spill or other water emergency.
When a Boil Water Advisory is announced and it is clear that there has been gross contamination, operators should stop using their filtration or RO system and boil their water as advised by their local authorities, until:
1. The “all clear” is given by local water authorities
2. Plumbing systems in your facility have been disinfected
3. Your Pentair system has been cleaned and any old or contaminated filter or RO cartridges have been replaced with new ones

CLEANUP OF PENTAIR SYSTEMS: 
When safe water is available again, all water-using equipment should be sanitized with an approved disinfectant such as diluted chlorine bleach (5.25% sodium hypochlorite). The recommended dosage is 100-200 mg/L chlorine, which is easy to make. Fresh bleach has about 50 mg of chlorine in each mL, or about 500 mg in a capful. Four capfuls or an ounce in a 2-1/2 gal. bucket of water makes about 200 mg/L. Add a few drops of cleaning concentrate (e.g. dish detergent) to this solution and use it to clean external surfaces. Unexposed, interior plumbing surfaces can be sanitized in place using a Pentair Everpure JT Sanitizing/Flushing Cartridge. (Contact your local distributor or sales agent to acquire the JT can). This is an empty housing which can be filled with any cleaning or sanitizing solution and then be inserted into Everpure-branded filter heads. When the flow of water resumes, the disinfectant will be fed into the lines. When a strong chlorine smell is evident at the closest outlet, the flow should be stopped and the sanitizing solution left to soak for at least 30 minutes. When sanitization is complete, remove the flushing cartridge and install new, unused filters or membrane cartridges. Rinse the equipment by flushing water through the system as directed in your system’s Installation and Operation manual. Return your filtration or RO system to service.

POST-EMERGENCY SYSTEM OPERATION:
Follow the replacement cartridge change-out schedule per your system’s specifications. We suggest that you continue to monitor and follow your local water authority’s post-emergency recommendations. Please note that water problems caused by natural disasters often include high turbidity, even muddy, conditions. As a result, filter cartridges may clog faster and need replacing sooner than usual.

See also WQA response to Florence! http://response.wqa.org/

If you have any questions regarding these instructions or require additional assistance please call us at 1-800-942-7873 or email us at info@filterpure.com

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What about your water and water filtration system after Hurricane Florence?

Provided the water in your area does not fall under a “Do not use”, boil water alert, your filter system and filters unless damaged by the storm should be fine. If your area does fall under a boil water alert you should change all filters and membranes installing new, unused filters or membrane cartridges after you have completely sanitized your system. Boil water alerts are often issued by water municipalities when damage occurs to water lines.  These alerts can also be issued if there is a loss in water pressure, allowing bacteria to backwash into the water pipes. Minerals and viruses like E.coli, cryptosporidium, and giardia, are all things that may get into water when a pipe breaks or during a natural disaster, like flooding. Below is Everpure’s Technical Service Bulletin regarding water quality emergencies and the procedures to place your system back into operation after a boil water alert.

Everpure Technical Service Bulletin 
File No: 011414 
Subject: Responding to Water Quality Emergencies

RESPONDING TO WATER QUALITY EMERGENCIES 
Natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods and hurricanes cause contamination of municipal water systems over a large area. Industrial and other chemical leaks can also cause contamination of water supplies. If a water quality emergency occurs in your location, follow your local municipality’s instructions for addressing the emergency. If a boil order is issued, follow that boil order advisory until you have been notified by local authorities that your water is potable and safe to use.
Following is our recommended procedure for cleaning and start-up of Pentair water treatment systems using Pentair filters and RO membranes for commercial foodservice applications.

PENTAIR® OBEYING BOIL WATER ADVISORIES: 
Obey them, period!
Contamination due to breaks in the mains, general flooding, or damage to the municipal waterworks itself should not be confused with situations in which contamination by protozoan cysts (e.g. Cryptosporidium, Giardia) is discovered in a water supply. Everpure submicron filters and RO membranes are NSF-Certified for removing such cysts, but not for killing or removing dangerous bacteria and viruses, which must be assumed to be present during the aftermath of a disaster, chemical spill or other water emergency.
When a Boil Water Advisory is announced and it is clear that there has been gross contamination, operators should stop using their filtration or RO system and boil their water as advised by their local authorities, until:
1. The “all clear” is given by local water authorities
2. Plumbing systems in your facility have been disinfected
3. Your Pentair system has been cleaned and any old or contaminated filter or RO cartridges have been replaced with new ones

CLEANUP OF PENTAIR SYSTEMS: 
When safe water is available again, all water-using equipment should be sanitized with an approved disinfectant such as diluted chlorine bleach (5.25% sodium hypochlorite). The recommended dosage is 100-200 mg/L chlorine, which is easy to make. Fresh bleach has about 50 mg of chlorine in each mL, or about 500 mg in a capful. Four capfuls or an ounce in a 2-1/2 gal. bucket of water makes about 200 mg/L. Add a few drops of cleaning concentrate (e.g. dish detergent) to this solution and use it to clean external surfaces. Unexposed, interior plumbing surfaces can be sanitized in place using a Pentair Everpure JT Sanitizing/Flushing Cartridge. (Contact your local distributor or sales agent to acquire the JT can). This is an empty housing which can be filled with any cleaning or sanitizing solution and then be inserted into Everpure-branded filter heads. When the flow of water resumes, the disinfectant will be fed into the lines. When a strong chlorine smell is evident at the closest outlet, the flow should be stopped and the sanitizing solution left to soak for at least 30 minutes. When sanitization is complete, remove the flushing cartridge and install new, unused filters or membrane cartridges. Rinse the equipment by flushing water through the system as directed in your system’s Installation and Operation manual. Return your filtration or RO system to service.

POST-EMERGENCY SYSTEM OPERATION:
Follow the replacement cartridge change-out schedule per your system’s specifications. We suggest that you continue to monitor and follow your local water authority’s post-emergency recommendations. Please note that water problems caused by natural disasters often include high turbidity, even muddy, conditions. As a result, filter cartridges may clog faster and need replacing sooner than usual.

See also WQA response to Florence! http://response.wqa.org/

If you have any questions regarding these instructions or require additional assistance please call us at 1-800-942-7873 or email us at info@filterpure.com

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Rave Reviews For the Everpure H-104 Water Filter System!

5 ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ Ratings for Pentair Everpure H-104

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Easy install good product August 4, 2018
This system came with all the pieces you would need to install. It came with Parts so you can take from an existing line this was very helpful made installation very easy. 
Coffee Tastes Better January 19, 2018
You get what you pay for, and this filter system is worth every dollar. Our drinking water tastes great and it’s done wonders for the taste of our coffee. It tastes like a barista made it :). Would highly recommend!
One of the best for your home. January 27, 2018
You get what you pay for! I used Culligan and that’s no comparison! Plus 1000 gallons or 11 months. No other adapters to buy and guess.

Everything needed for Install

What’s in the box
  • Filter head, QL3 Model
  • Filter Cartridge
  • Two screws and two locking washers to mount head
  • One angle stop valve adaptor
  • 84″ of 1/4″ Poly Tubing
  • Two elbows for inlet and outlet
  • One teflon roll
  • One faucet connector*
  • Installation instructions
  • Everpure Filter timer
*Faucet Not Included

A separate drinking water faucet is required. Check out Everpure’s line of faucets.

Commercial Grade Filtration

Features

-Reduces lead, chlorine taste and odor, dirt and cloudiness, mold and algae, particulates.

-Reduces particles as small as 0.5 micron in size.

-Retains vital minerals found naturally in water to ensure the clean, crisp taste of your water.

-Commercial grade metal canister protects the filter system from splitting or bursting.

-Built-in water shut-off allows for easier cartridge changes.

-Helps prevent lime and scale build-up.

-1000 Gallon capacity.

Perfect for your Home

The Everpure H-104 System is one of Everpure’s best sellers. The 104 System delivers healthful, great tasting water for you and your family to enjoy on demand. Experience the water you can trust at a lower cost, gallon for gallon, than a price of bottled water.

Features of the Everpure EV926271 H-104 Drinking Water System include:

Part Number: EV926271
• .5 micron
• Overall Dimensions: 20”H x 5”Diameter
• Rated Capacity: 1000 gallons (3,780 Litres)
• Built in water shut off allows for easier cartridge changes
• Exclusive Micro-Pure filtering material coats the pleated surface inside the cartridge
• Retains vital minerals found naturally in water to ensure the health and delicious taste of your water
• Chlorine, taste & odor, sediment, lead and cyst reduction
• Removes dirt and cloudiness including particles as small .5 micron by mechanical means
• Removes particulates including oxidized iron, manganese and sulfides
• Adsorbs common earthy, moldy, fish tastes, and odors
• Helps prevent lime and scale build-up in water appliances
• Commercial grade filtration, Everpure signature metal canister protects the filter from splitting or bursting
• NSF Certified under NSF/ANSI Standards 42 chemical reduction and 53 certified to reduce cysts such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia by mechanical means
• Uses replacement H-104 replacement water filter cartridge (EV961211)
• MADE IN THE USA

The same commercial quality that makes Pentair® Everpure the overwhelming choice for water filtration in restaurants is also available for your home. Pentair Everpure exclusive precoat filtration technology combines Micro-Pure® and a unique pleated filter membrane. This highly engineered design offers the largest filtering surface area, longer filter life, and consistent performance.

Download the Everpure H-104 EV9262-71 Filtration System Specification Sheet

Buy now on Filterpure.com 

Questions about the H-104, give us a call at 800-942-7873, or contact us at info@filterpure.com.

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Cocoa Beach groundwater contains cancer-linked chemicals, test results show.

Groundwater samples show levels six times higher than Satellite Beach

Results from tests conducted on groundwater in Cocoa Beach revealed the presence of chemicals some have linked to cancer.

Florida Today reports some of the results in Cocoa Beach could be as much as six times higher than similar tests in Satellite Beach.

One day after the city of Satellite Beach announced it found cancer-causing chemicals in three test wells, Cocoa Beach samples showed the same compounds in its groundwater at levels as much as six times higher than in neighboring Satellite Beach. The high concentrations were discovered in water used to irrigate Cocoa Beach’s city golf course.

While Cocoa Beach’s drinking water comes from sources on the mainland, the latest discovery of the toxic chemicals increases concerns that the contamination of the barrier island’s water table could be more widespread than originally feared with bigger health implications. Besides the groundwater at the golf course, the highest level of the compounds were discovered at a site where sewage from Patrick Air Force Base flows into Cocoa Beach’s sewer system. The chemicals, perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA),  were widely used in fire extinguishing foams. The chemicals were also used in pesticides, Teflon coatings and a litany of consumer and industrial products. Their use has been phased out but the compounds remain in the environment for decades and are not regulated.

Researchers are finding that even at low levels of exposure, the compounds are implicated in some types of cancer, thyroid defects, immune suppression and pregnancy complications.

Cocoa Beach, Satellite Beach and Brevard County representatives met with Patrick Air Force Base officials on Thursday to compare notes on the possible source of the contamination. The most likely suspect are the foams that were used for decades at the base in training drills and putting out fires.

Cocoa Beach and Satellite Beach tested for the two compounds after residents raised concerns earlier this year about a spate of local cancer cases in recent years among otherwise young healthy women.

On August 2nd, Cocoa Beach announced combined levels of the two compounds were as follows:

  • 248.3 parts per trillion in a 10-foot-deep well at the golf course’s northern end;
  • 129.6 parts per trillion at a 10-foot-deep well well on the golf course near Banana River;
  • 430.1 parts per trillion where Patrick Air Force Base sewage flows into Cocoa Beach’s sewer system;
  • 284.4 parts per trillion at the Cocoa Beach’s sewer plant’s discharge, right before treated sewage is pumped to reclaimed water storage tanks;
  • 177.2 parts per trillion at the point where all the sewage, including Patrick’s, flows into Cocoa Beach’s sewer plant.

According to the city, more sites are being added for a second round of testing within the next 10 days. The results will be posted when received and analyzed, Cocoa Beach officials said. That will include sewage flowing from spots throughout the city, at various lift stations and from Port Canaveral, city officials said.

By comparison, Satellite Beach’s recent groundwater tests at three wells that ranged from 10 to 20 feet deep were as follows:

  • 41.5 parts per trillion in a well right outside City Hall;
  • 22.85  parts per trillion in a well at Jackson Avenue near Satellite High School and;
  • 30.13 parts per trillion in well at South Patrick Community Park, near Sea Park Elementary School.

The decision to test the water came after Julie Greenwalt, a Jacksonville oncologist and cancer survivor who graduated from Satellite High School, questioned whether local exposures could have contributed to her illness and those of dozens of others in the area in recent years. She pointed to recent federal testing that showed high concentrations of chemicals from firefighting foams in groundwater at Patrick Air Force Base. “We’re going to maintain open communication, because we’re all striving for the same goal — remaining open, honest and transparent,” said Alex Preisser, a spokesman at Patrick. The compounds were among 28 chemicals that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency required water systems to test for between 2013 and 2015. Neither Melbourne nor Cocoa’s water systems found any of the chemicals during that round of testing, according to EPA data.

According to the EPA the most common groundwater treatment is extraction and filtration through granular activated
carbon. However, because PFOA and PFOS have moderate adsorbability, the design specifics are very important in  acceptable treatment (EPA 2016b, 2016c). Other potential adsorbents include: ion exchange resins, organo-clays, clay
minerals and carbon nanotubes (EPA 2016b, 2016c; Espana and others 2015). Evaluation of these sorbents needs to consider regeneration, as the cost and effort required may be substantial (EPA 2016b, 2016c).

If you are dealing with these contaminants you may want to consider the top selling H-300 drinking water system.

Features of the Everpure H-300 Drinking Water System include:

  • Part Number: EV927076
    • .5 micron
    • Overall Dimensions: 22” H x 5” Diameter
    • Rated Capacity: 300 gallons (1,135 Litres)
    • Built in water shut off allows for easier cartridge changes
    • Exclusive Micro-Pure filtering material coats the pleated surface inside the cartridge
    • Retains vital minerals found naturally in water to ensure the health and delicious clean, crisp taste of your water
    • Chlorine, taste & odor, sediment, lead and cyst reduction
    • VOCs, volatile organic chemicals including THMs
    • Removes dirt and cloudiness including particles as small .5 micron by mechanical means
    • Removes particulates including oxidized iron, manganese and sulfides
    • Adsorbs common earthy, moldy, fish tastes, and odors
    • Enhanced KDF media to inhibit scale build-up that can damage equipment
    • Commercial grade filtration, Everpure signature metal canister protects the filter from splitting or bursting
    • NSF Certified under NSF/ANSI Standards 42 chemical reduction and 53 certified to reduce cysts such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia by mechanical means
    • Uses replacement H-300 replacement water filter cartridge (EV927072)
    • MADE IN THE USA

Download the Everpure-H300 EV927070 Filtration System Specification Sheet

Not sure what system would best fit your hydration needs? We can help, call us with your questions at 800-942-7873 or email us at info@fitlerpure.com

 

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Everpure Residential 2018 Mid-Year Pricing Announcement !

Re: 2018 Pricing

Dear Valued Everpure Partner,

Continuous effort is given at Pentair to manage costs and sustain high levels of product quality and performance. Due to the inflationary pressures that we, along with many companies, are experiencing, it is necessary for us to implement a price increase that’s higher than normal to offset the increase in costs in both domestic and imported materials.  Please be assured that Pentair will continually exercise our purchasing power in an attempt to minimize the effect of global market increases.  As always, our goal is to offer best-in-class products at a fair price.

Updates:

As of 5:00PM CDT September 21, 2018, an 8% price increase will go into effect for the following product categories:

Everpure Systems and Cartridges
Everpure Accessories and Parts

 

Please note that current pricing will apply to all orders placed by 5:00PM CDT September 21, 2018.

Should you have any questions, please contact your Pentair representative. We appreciate your business and commitment to Pentair products.

Best regards,

Dave Piet
Global Vice President of Sales

Filtration Solutions

2018 Everpure Residential Midyear Price Increase_Letter – Final 7.23.18

 

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Pentair Industrial 2018 Mid-Year Pricing Announcement !

Re: 2018 Pricing

Dear Valued Pentair Partner,

Continuous effort is given at Pentair to manage costs and sustain high levels of product quality and performance. Due to the inflationary pressures that we, along with many companies, are experiencing, it is necessary for us to implement a price increase that’s higher than normal to offset the increase in costs in both domestic and imported materials.  Please be assured that Pentair will continually exercise our purchasing power in an attempt to minimize the effect of global market increases.  As always, our goal is to offer best-in-class products at a fair price.

Updates:

As of 5:00PM CDT September 21, 2018, an 8% price increase will go into effect for the following product categories:

Filtration Cartridges   Industrial Cartridges
Housings   Industrial Bags
Membranes   Industrial Housings

 

Please note that current pricing will apply to all orders placed by 5:00PM CDT September 21, 2018.

Should you have any questions, please contact your Pentair representative. We appreciate your business and commitment to Pentair products.

Best regards,

Dave Piet
Global Vice President of Sales

Filtration Solutions

2018 Filtration_Industrial Midyear Price Increase_Customer Letter – Final 7.23.18

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Staying hydrated and avoiding heat stroke as the heat index approaches 120 degrees!

The US Southwest is sizzling as temperatures approach 120 degrees today,( July 24, 2018). Temperatures approached 120 degrees in parts of the U.S. Southwest on Monday, ( July 23, 2018), and forecasters said this week could bring the region’s hottest weather of the year. Phoenix reached a sweltering 115 degrees (46 Celsius), which broke the previous daily record, according to the National Weather Service. A heat advisory was in effect for west Texas and southeast New Mexico into Monday evening, with high temperatures well into the triple digits, the service said. Afternoon school bus service was canceled Monday in Las Cruces, New Mexico, where the mercury climbed to 105 degrees (41 Celsius). Forecasters issued excessive heat warnings to much of Arizona, including parts of Grand Canyon National Park, and extended into areas of Southern California and Nevada.The operator of California’s electrical grid to call for voluntary conservation of power Tuesday and Wednesday due to high temperatures in much of the West. Parts of Utah were also issued an excessive heat warning with temperatures this week expected to approach 109 degrees (43 Celsius). The weather service said the warning for Utah’s Dixie and Lake Powell regions will be in effect Tuesday through Thursday. The National Weather Service uses a complicated formula that varies from region to region to declare an excessive heat warning, including close to record-breaking temperatures. Forecasters say southern Arizona will swelter through temperatures from 112 to 119 degrees through Wednesday. Some of the highest temperatures over the next few days were expected in Phoenix, and officials are cautioning people to stay hydrated and take advantage of cooler indoor buildings. Maricopa County public health officials say 155 people died in the Phoenix area last year from heat-caused illnesses like heat exhaustion and heat stroke.   Heat-related illnesses occur when your body can’t keep itself cool. As the temperature rises, your body dissolves sweat to stay cool. On hot, humid days, the increased moisture in the air slows down this process. When your body can’t cool, your temperature rises and you can become ill. Hot weather and exercise are the main causes of heat exhaustion and heatstroke. In hot settings, you need to be mindful of the temperature outside. The heat index is not the same as the temperature. It measures the air temperature plus the effects of humidity. A heat index of 90°F or higher is dangerous. Prolonged exposure to high temperatures increases your risk of heat-related illnesses.

If a person is displaying known heat illness symptoms, take their temperature. A reading of 104°F or more means they probably have heatstroke. You should call 911 and get medical care right away. There are many things you can do to prevent heat-related illnesses. Babies, children, and elderly people are more sensitive to heat and require extra attention. You also are at greater risk if you are ill or obese, or have heart disease. People who work outside or in a hot setting also are at risk of heat exhaustion and heatstroke. Don’t go outside when the temperature and heat index are high. If possible, stay indoors in air-conditioned areas. If you must go outside, take the following precautions.

  • Wear lightweight, light-colored, loose-fitting clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun by wearing a hat or using an umbrella.
  • Use sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 or higher.
  • Avoid or limit drinks that contain caffeine (such as tea, coffee, and soda) or alcohol.
  • Schedule outdoor activities for cooler times of the day — before 10 a.m. and after 6 p.m.
  • Take frequent breaks from the heat and outdoor activities.
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day. Dehydration and lack of salt contribute to heat-related illnesses. Some sports drinks can help replenish the salt in your body lost through sweating. Drink water or other fluids every 15 to 20 minutes, even if you don’t feel thirsty. If your urine is clear, you are probably drinking enough fluids. Dark-colored urine is a sign that you’re dehydrated.

Looking to create your very own hydration station at home! You may want to consider an Industry top seller like the H-300 drinking water system. The same commercial quality that makes Pentair® Everpure the overwhelming choice for water filtration in restaurants is also available for your home. Pentair Everpure exclusive precoat filtration technology combines Micro-Pure® and a unique pleated filter membrane. This highly engineered design offers the largest filtering surface area, longer filter life, and consistent performance.

Everpure Residential H-300 Drinking Water System

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Features of the Everpure H-300 Drinking Water System include:

  • Part Number: EV927076
    • .5 micron
    • Overall Dimensions: 22” H x 5” Diameter
    • Rated Capacity: 300 gallons (1,135 Litres)
    • Built in water shut off allows for easier cartridge changes
    • Exclusive Micro-Pure filtering material coats the pleated surface inside the cartridge
    • Retains vital minerals found naturally in water to ensure the health and delicious clean, crisp taste of your water
    • Chlorine, taste & odor, sediment, lead and cyst reduction
    • VOCs, volatile organic chemicals including THMs
    • Removes dirt and cloudiness including particles as small .5 micron by mechanical means
    • Removes particulates including oxidized iron, manganese and sulfides
    • Adsorbs common earthy, moldy, fish tastes, and odors
    • Enhanced KDF media to inhibit scale build-up that can damage equipment
    • Commercial grade filtration, Everpure signature metal canister protects the filter from splitting or bursting
    • NSF Certified under NSF/ANSI Standards 42 chemical reduction and 53 certified to reduce cysts such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia by mechanical means
    • Uses replacement H-300 replacement water filter cartridge (EV927072)
    • MADE IN THE USA

Download the Everpure-H300 EV927070 Filtration System Specification Sheet

Not sure what system would best fit your hydration needs? We can help, call us with your questions at 800-942-7873 or email us at info@fitlerpure.com

 

 

 

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Pentair Everpure 2018 Mid-Year Foodservice Pricing Announcement !

July 23, 2018
 
Re: 2018 Pricing
 
Dear Valued Customer,
 
Continuous effort is given at Pentair to manage costs and sustain high levels of product quality and performance. Due to the inflationary pressures that we, along with many companies, are experiencing, it is necessary for us to implement a price increase that’s higher than normal to offset the increase in costs in both domestic and imported materials. Please be assured that Pentair will continually exercise our purchasing power in an attempt to minimize the effect of global market increases. As always, our goal is to offer best-in-class products at a fair price.
  
Updates:
 
As of 5:00PM CDT September 21, 2018, a 4% price increase will go into effect for the following product categories:
 
Everpure Filtration Systems
Shurflo Pumps and Water Boost Systems
Everpure Heads and Manifolds
Pentek Housings and Filter Cartridges  
Everpure and Value-line Filter Cartridges
Service Parts 
Everpure Water Softener Systems
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Please note that current pricing will apply to all orders placed by 5:00PM CDT September 21, 2018.
For a downloadable PDF of this notice please click here
Should you have any questions, please contact your Pentair representative. We appreciate your business and commitment to Pentair products.
Best regards,
 
Dave Piet
Global Vice President of Sales
Filtration Solutions
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Florida Officials Investigate Possible Cancer Link to Groundwater Contamination in Brevard County.

Residents and officials of an east-central Florida county are raising the alarm over a potential link between increased cases of cancer in young people and chemicals detected in the groundwater of a nearby Air Force base.

Chemicals, including perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and/or perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), which are used to extinguish aircraft fires and known to cause cancer, were detected in groundwater at Florida’s Patrick Air Force Base and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, according to a U.S. Department of Defense report released in March.

The report noted that all 28 groundwater monitoring stations on Patrick Air Force Base tested positive for the chemicals.

The report also noted that no testing was conducted off the base located between Satellite and Cocoa beaches in Brevard County, where a cluster of cancer cases among people in their 20s and 30s has been reported.

The Brevard Times reported that after the March report, the Florida Department of Health launched an investigation into this cancer cluster and any connection between cases of Hodgkin’s lymphoma that were reported in a subdivision in the late 1960s and 1980s.

Earlier this week, officials with the Brevard County Public Schools said they would be testing drinking water at area schools for traces of the chemicals.

The announcement comes on the heels of the city’s announcement that it plans test the groundwater. Nearby Cocoa Beach, which treats sewage from Patrick Air Force Base, announced the same.

In addition to cancer, the chemicals are known to cause birth defects, liver damage, thyroid damage, increased uric acid levels, increased cholesterol and damage to the immune system, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Worried about your water? We can help call us directly at 800-942-7873 or email us at info@filterpure.com with your concerns.

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Rave Reviews For the Everpure H-300 Water Filter Replacement Cartridge (EV9270-72 or EV9270-71)!

5.0 out of 5 stars                                                                                                                                                                    Convenient and effective filter
Bydhoped123 on July, 28, 2017
Size: Pack of 1|Verified Purchase
I’ve been using the EverPure H-300 filter for three years now, and I am on my fourth filter. I have it mounted under my kitchen sink, where it dispenses from its own faucet. It’s a large filter, so I had to make sure the cabinet under the sink was set up properly to accommodate it. Once the system was all set up, it was great. The filter itself is easy to change. I just twist the old one off and twist the new one on. It takes me about five minutes, and that’s only because I have to get awkwardly inside my under-sink cabinet.

To give you an idea of how long the filter lasts, my family of five uses the filtered water for drinking and cooking, but not for things like washing dishes. Given that amount of usage, each filter has lasted 10-11 months. It comes with a timer to indicate when the filter should be replaced, but I’ve been ignoring that. I wait until the water pressure starts to get lower, and then I replace it.

As far as what it filters out, this is a good choice compared to Brita or other pitcher type filters. As others have mentioned, it does reduce the amount of lead in the water. If you really want to get everything out of your water, you need to get something like a reverse osmosis system.

5.0 out of 5 Stars                                                                                                                                                                               Much better than the bargain filter I tried                                                                                                                                      By OldViking  December 3, 2016
Size: Pack of 1|Verified Purchase
I have used this model filter for about 10 years. I tried a generic & smaller filter for my last replacement which was about half the price (and size) as the Everpure. The water from the generic filter did not taste as good as the Everpure and it did not deliver the same volume of drinking water as the Everpure. Now that I have switched back, I am much more satisfied with the taste of my drinking water and brewed coffee as well. A good value for the cost.

5.0 out of 5 stars                                                                                                                                                                              Works great, tastes great
By Richon March 13, 2018
Size: Pack of 1|Verified Purchase
As usual, works great, water tastes great.

5.0 out of 5 stars                                                                                                                                                                                Perfect replacement
ByAlphaDaveon March 6, 2018
Size: Pack of 1|Verified Purchase
Extremely simple to replace. Very pleased w this purchase!

5.0 out of 5 stars                                                                                                                                                                                                  FIVE STARS
Byannahaha10on June 11, 2018
Size: Pack of 1|Verified Purchase
Works great for our family.

 

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Get luxurious instant chilled water all Summer long right from your kitchen sink!

Summer is here and it is already hot, hot hot! Get luxurious instant chilled water from your tap all summer long. The Polaria® Water Chiller, (EV931830), the Polaria chills water to an ideal 50°F. This truly commercial-grade unit delivers up to 1.3 gallons of refreshing chilled water per hour and is ideal for drinking, baking, iced tea, lemonade and much more. Despite its ample waterchilling power, the Polaria only consumes 155 watts of electricity.

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This Compact unit is easy to hide in any kitchen cabinet or wet bar and is made of stainless steel components with a lead free design. Whisper-quiet, hermetically sealed and maintenance-free compressor chills water to an ideal temperature of 50°F using ozone-friendly refrigerant. Made in America by Pentair Everpure the Polaria is the perfect complement to an Everpure commercial grade water filtration system like the H-300.

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For more information call us at 800-942-7873 or email us at info@filterpure.com for more information.