Seychelle’s Ionic Adsorption Micron Filters are the most laboratory and field-tested of their kind in the world using EPA protocols and tested to NSF Standards 42 and 53 by Broward Testing Laboratory.
Ionic Adsorption Micro Filtration
How It Works
Through medical technology Seychelle created a uniform 2-micron absolute pore size for the assured reduction and removal of the above contaminants. The high-tech porous plastic micro-filter is impregnated with both the finest granulated activated coconut Carbon available and Seychelle’s exclusive adsorbing media for superior analyte removal capability. In addition, the controlled 2-micron filter contains thousands of Omni-directional pores that result in a “tortuous path” for superior analyte reduction. Seychelle’s exclusive Ionic Adsorption Micro Filtration coordinates all processes of contaminant reduction by Adsorption, Absorption, chemical bonding, chelation, and depth filtration. All Seychelle filters, from the smallest to the largest are the most field-tested of their kind in the world using EPA/ANSI protocols and NSF Standards 42 and 53 by Broward Testing Laboratories.
The Educated Alternative
“We are effectively and positively providing the solution to the public’s concerns by taking water filtration to a whole new level of sophistication… via technological advancements and unsurpassed performance. The independent lab tests prove beyond a doubt that we have a product line to be trusted.” – Carl Palmer is the Founder, President, and Chairman of the Board.
Seychelle filters have an indefinite shelf life. For prolonged storage, follow these simple steps:
- Fill the bottle with chlorinated water made by mixing half tsp of chlorine with one US gallon of water. Run this through the system and then rinse and flush with filtered water.
- Allow the bottle/filter assembly to dry overnight unassembled.
- Re-assemble the bottle/filter.
You may now store the product for any length of time.