Wednesday, September 2, 2009

eSpring Water Purifier

eSpring Water Purifier - The Worlds Best Source of Water

Your body needs water to function properly
You body needs water to function properly
Your body has a basic need for water. The majority of the cells in your body are comprised of water. Water makes up the largest part of your blood and lymph systems, carrying food and oxygen to cells, as well as removing wastes. It even acts as an internal shock absorber, cushioning your organs as you move. Water also cools your body when it’s hot - and keeps it warm when it gets cold. Water helps to control your blood pressure, and it keeps your eyes, nasal passages, mouth, and throat moist - as well as making your skin soft. Quite simply, your body needs and demands water to function and operate.

Water makes you feel healthy and comfortable
To keep your body functioning properly, and to maintain your health and feeling of well-being and comfort, your body requires a certain amount of water on a daily basis. By drinking the volume of water your body needs every day, you also significantly improve the ability of vitamins, nutrients, and even some medications to work effectively in your body. Drinking the right amount of water also reduces feelings of hunger and helps you to burn more calories on a daily basis. Health experts recommend drinking half your body weight in ounces of water every day. That means a 150-lb. person needs to consume approximately ten 8-oz. glasses of water every day.

The importance of the quality of the water you drinkThe importance of the quality of the water you drink
While drinking enough water is essential to your general well-being, drinking water that’s free from impurities is also vital to achieving a better, healthier lifestyle. To ensure that the water you and your family are drinking is fresh, clear, clean, and pure you need the purification quality of the eSpring Water Purifier.

The eSpring Water Purifier: the first of its kind
Most common water filters, usually found in pitcher and faucet-mounted systems, feature a single pressed-carbon filter that merely treats water as it passes through it. The eSpring Water Purifier is the first in-home system designed with a patented dual-technology cartridge. This dual function cartridge combines ultraviolet light with a proprietary carbon-block filter to reduce more than 140 contaminants รข€“ from lead and mercury to VOCs, pesticides, and more. The eSpring Water Purifier was the first water purification system to be tested and certified by NSF International to meet NSF/ANSI Standards 42,53, and 55B

For your countertop
The eSpring Water Purifier designed for countertop use is the size of a standard coffeemaker. It is a streamlined and unobtrusive system and is easy to install – with its own dedicated faucet. There are no special tools required. You’ll have clearer, cleaner water flowing at nearly a gallon per minute, almost instantly.

Below your countertop
The eSpring Water Purifier designed for below the counter can be neatly placed out of sight under your sink. This system provides fresh, clean water – again at approximately a gallon per minute. The below counter system features a sleek chrome-plated, lead-free faucet with a stainless-steel tip. The system installs easily and without tools.

For your refrigerator and icemakerFor your refrigerator and icemaker
You can also easily provide your refrigerator’s water dispenser and icemaker with eSpring purified water. A simple, easily-to-install kit, with almost all the components you need to connect your eSpring to your refrigerator’s water supply means your family will always have fresh, clean water on hand.

Maintain the quality of your water
It’s easy and cost-efficient to maintain the quality and purity of your water by replacing your eSpring cartridge every year or every 1,320 gallons - whichever comes first. The eSpring monitor tells you when it’s time to replace the cartridge. Changing the cartridge is as simple as changing a light bulb.

Learn About eSpring Water Purifiers

Learn more about water quality analysis through the National Testing Laboratories (PDF).