Top Ten Questions to Ask Before Purchasing a
Water Treatment System

Is the system Certified by NSF? 
Multi-Pure is certified by NSF under Standard 42- Aesthetic effects for  Chlorine, Chloramines and Particulate Matter.  Multi-Pure is also certified under Standard 53- Health Effects for asbestos, certain endocrine disrupters, cysts, lead, mercury, MTBE, trihalomethanes, turbidity, and VOCs (51 chemicals & pesticides).

Is the system Certified or registered by the states of California, Iowa and Wisconsin? 
Multi-Pure is.


Is there a warranty on the housing?
Yes, 25 years on stainless steel units; 5 years on plastic unit.

Is there a replaceable filter?  If so, is it easy to change?
Yes and Yes!

How often should the filter be changed?
Once a year or 600-1200 gallons*

How long has the company been in business?
Multi-Pure has been in business since 1970.

Does the System remove the natural, healthy trace minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium?
Not Multi-Pure.

Does it use electricity or waste water?

Is the System easy to use?
Yes.  Multi-Pure does not require storage of water and there is no delay time in treating the water.

Do you want a system that can reduce a wide range of contaminants?                                            

*Depending upon which unit is being used. MP1200EL has 1200 gallon capacity. MP750Sx and MPAD have 750 gallon capacities. MP880SB/SC has a 600 gallon capacity. MP880EL has a 960 gallon capacity.

**According to Hamilton and Whitney's Nutrition, "soft water [water with the minerals removed] appears to contribute to a higher incidence of hypertension and heart disease in areas where it is used. Hard water [that retains its beneficial, naturally-occurring minerals] may oppose these conditions."

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