Filtering the water throughout the house is protected from damage by water pipes, boilers, water heaters, washing machines and the heating network (boilers, bodies, piping).
Central water supply filters are designed to filter the water of your entire home. They are usually equipped with solids filters for the removal of soil, rust and sand, and activated carbon filters from basic water dechlorination.
Our difference with commercialized central water supply filters is:
The placement of a BB-10 central water supply filter with Aragon-3 can cover a number of contaminants (ex. sand, soil, rust, chloride, organics, radon, salts, strontium-90, cesium-137 and other heavy metals) easily and economically.
With the central water supply filter Aragon-3 & Activated Carbon, the water of the whole house is of excellent drinking quality and - very important - you bathe without the harmful chlorine, which favors respiratory and skin problems.
It has 1" inlet / outlet and it's easy to place.
The operating pressure of the filter reaches 7 bar.
What is Aragon filter:
The Aragon water filter is the unique multi-purpose, combined-action polymeric material, an international patent of Geyser Russia, with unique filtering capabilities.
It removes chemical impurities due to its labyrinth structure and its ion adsorption and exchange mechanism.
It's usage is recommended by the Paster Institute, as it removes bacteria and viruses from water, up to hepatitis A.
An investigation by the St. Petersburg Military Medical Academy has shown that Aragon filtered water helps improve kidney function and protects against urolithiasis.
Unique characteristics of Aragon:
It retains even radioactive elements (strontium-90, cesium-137) and has been tested in areas damaged after the Chernobyl accident.
It removes hardness salts with ion-exchange mechanism and mitigates their effects (patent 2004138606/15).
It has AntiBros protection system, which prevents the dirt it holds from passing into our glass.
Silver ions in the structure of the material prevent the growth of microorganisms.
It softens water by converting calcite to aragonite (non-sedimentary form of calcium), as documented by the University of Vienna and the Russian Institute of Mineral Resources Studies.