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eSpring Water Purifier

The eSpring® Water Purifier improves the taste, odor, and clarity of water. The carbon-block filter reduces more than 140 potential health-effect contaminants. The UV bulb destroys microorganisms in drinking water without the use of chemicals.

Manufacturer - eSpring
Model # - 100188
SKU - 100188
Submitted By - OptimalHealthBeauty (Distributor, Wholesaler)
Country - United States
Category - Home : Water Filters : Purifier

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Reduces :   Organic and inorganic contaminants,chlorine by-prod
Retains :   Beneficial Minerals like calcium and magnesium
Delivers :   Any water volume on demand
Monitors :   1,320-gallon capacity system
Housing height :   12-3/4 in. Diameter: 6-3/4 in.
Materials :   Constructed of durable, high-impact plastic
Maximum pressure :   125 psi
Minimum pressure :   15 psi
Electrical requiremen :   120v, 1.8A/50-60 Hz


The eSpring® Water Purifier improves the taste, odor, and clarity of 1,320 gallons of water, enough for a family of six to cook and drink with, for one year. The carbon-block filter reduces more than 140 potential health-effect contaminants - like pesticides, VOCs, mercury, and lead – yet allows beneficial minerals like calcium and magnesium to pass through. The UV bulb destroys microorganisms in drinking water without the use of chemicals. The eSpring Water Purifier is certified by NSF International and has earned a Gold Seal from the Water Quality Association.

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The countertop unit is about the size of a coffee maker and attaches to your existing faucet in minutes, without special tools.

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The eSpring Water Purifier comes with a pre-installed carbon and UV filter cartridge (10-0186) that will last 1 year or 1,320 gallons, whichever comes first.

The Countertop eSpring Water Purifier comes with an existing faucet kit that attaches to most kitchen faucets as well as a pre-installed carbon and UV filter cartridge (10-0186) that will last 1 year or 1,320 gallons, whichever comes first.


* Reduces over 140 potential health-related contaminants; no system reduces more.
* First in-home system to be certified to meet these three separate international standards of water quality by NSF International, 42, 53, and 55B:
* Standard 42: Improves taste, odor, and clarity.
* Standard 53: Reduces health-effect contaminants.
* Standard 55B: Reduces microorganisms with UV light.
* Has earned the Water Quality Association's Gold Seal for superior consumer water treatment products. Works well at all household water pressures, from very low to very high.
* The cartridge is designed to serve the average cooking and drinking water needs for a family of six for one year or 1,320 gallons, whichever comes first.
* Cost-effective: The cost per gallon in the second year is less than 13 cents.
* Patented monitoring system lets you know the carbon filter and UV bulb are working, and when it's time for the annual cartridge change.
* Changing the cartridge requires no special tools and is as simple as changing a light bulb.
* The UV bulb inside the cartridge switches on only when you turn on the tap, so water flows cold, not warmed by the UV light.
* Comes with a two-year Limited Warranty on parts and labor. And a refund within 120 days of your purchase if you're not completely and utterly satisfied.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will the carbon filter reduce all contaminants?
No. Activated carbon readily adsorbs (causes to stick to its surface) organic carbon-based compounds, but it doesn't have an equivalent reduction capacity for inorganic compounds such as iron, nitrates, hardness minerals (such as calcium and magnesium), or soluble heavy metals like chromium or cadmium.

What does the UV lamp do?
Ultraviolet light is an effective way to treat water for microorganisms without the use of chemicals. The UV lamp produces light in a specific wavelength that is destructive to the RNA and DNA of microorganisms. The light has to be the right intensity and the water must be exposed to the light for a specific amount of time to properly dose the water.

Can I still continue to use the unit without changing the filter when I’m supposed to?
It would be a very bad idea. Filter life is based on the ability of the carbon block to trap contaminants; if you leave the carbon block unchanged when it has filled up with contaminants, it will not be able to trap new contaminants. Depending on how long it has been left in service, there's a chance that accumulated contaminants may detach and "dump" into the treated water, making the treated water even worse than the water coming in.

Are both the carbon block and UV light really necessary?
While carbon filtration used with varying degrees of effectiveness in many water treatment options, like pitchers and faucet-mount filters is the most effective single treatment method available to most homeowners, we don't think it's enough. That's why we've developed the dual-technology eSpring replacement cartridge. Its carbon block reduces simple compounds that affect taste and odor along with organic health-effect contaminants (such as pesticides and VOCs). Our carbon filter can also reduce inorganic contaminants (such as lead, mercury, and radon). The UV light controls potential microorganisms.

What inorganic compounds will the eSpring filter reduce?
It's possible for a well-designed carbon filter to reduce certain inorganic contaminants. The eSpring carbon-block filter has been certified for the reduction of lead, mercury, and radon and its decay products.

How does the activated carbon-block filter work?
Carbon molecules tend to attract other carbon molecules. Most health-effect contaminants pesticides and their by-products, VOCs, and THMs, for example contain carbon molecules. The eSpring carbon-block filter is "activated" carbon, processed to create pores in the carbon that increase its surface area. This increased surface area increases the ability of our filter to attract and "trap" carbon-based contaminants as water passes through the block. Since the surface area of the pores is limited, the carbon filter has a limited trapping capacity. That's why the filter must be replaced every year.

Can water damage the UV bulb?
No, the UV bulb is completely sealed in a quartz sleeve within the carbon block and is not directly in contact with the water. It uses a wireless (inductive coupled) connection to power the lamp, much like the recharging unit for an electric toothbrush. An added feature users will appreciate: The light comes on only when water is flowing through the unit, so the treated water is not warmed by the light.

Can ultraviolet light make the water radioactive?
No. While the water in the eSpring Water Purifier is exposed to ultraviolet light, ultraviolet light is not radioactive. Therefore, it is impossible for the water to become radioactive.

Does the eSpring unit change the taste of water?
The taste of water depends on what's in the water. The eSpring Water Purifier does not remove sulfur, but it will be effective for many contaminants that affect taste, odor, and clarity of water, such as chlorine.

Where is the eSpring unit installed?
It can be installed under the sink and connected to a dedicated faucet (included) or on a countertop, connected to your existing faucet.

I'm not mechanically inclined, so I'm not sure I could install the unit myself. How difficult is installation?
An eSpring Water Purifier is very simple to install, almost always without tools. The Countertop model uses a diverter valve you simply attach to the end of your kitchen faucet; then plug the unit into an available electric outlet.

The Below Counter model has a dedicated faucet that you can insert in any available opening in your sink such as an opening for a soap dispenser. Installation may require a plumber as you need a connection to your cold water pipe. Finally, plug the unit into an available outlet.

How will I know when it's time to change the filter?
You'll know just by looking at the LED display on the unit. It shows you at a glance the filter's remaining life on an indicator that resembles a gas gauge on a car. When it's time to change, the unit chimes and the display flashes.

Is it hard to change?
No. The patented, easily replaceable eSpring replacement cartridge screws in like a light bulb and lasts for 1,320 gallons or one year, whichever comes first. And the eSpring monitor automatically resets itself when the filter is replaced. There is simply nothing else this easy out there.


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