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Homespring Central Water Purifier The Homespring is a membrane filtration system that is ideal for use in small public water systems that are under the influence of surface water. It is the only system available that is certified for Cysty, Bacteria, and Virus removal.

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About Homespring

Homespring Central Water Purifier

Most water treatment systems on the market take up space underneath the sink, in the refrigerator or on the countertop. They require constant monitoring, frequent replacement and provide water of questionable purity. These systems are inconvenient to use and provide a limited supply of water to the home, usually through one special tap in the kitchen.

Home Water Filtration Timeline

The Homespring Central Water Purifier, designed and manufactured by GE Water & Process Technologies, enables the homeowner to obtain safer, better tasting water from every tap in the entire house by filtering water at the point of entry. In addition to providing an effective barrier to bacteria, parasites and viruses (please see certification and testing data for more information), this self-contained water treatment system, will distribute refreshing, crystal clear water to every tap in the home.

Furthermore, a Homespring Central Water Purifier can yield additional cost savings to the homeowner by eliminating the need for bottled water and the costs of maintaining kitchen-based water treatment systems. Finally, homeowners can enjoy peace of mind and take water quality for granted with the convenience of a Homespring Central Water Purifier.

The Homespring Central Water Purifier is made by GE Water & Process Technologies, the world's leading provider of ultrafiltration membrane systems, currently recognized as the most advanced water treatment technology desired by municipalities and industries around the world.

How Homespring Works

Certral Water Purification Treatment Steps

Whether your home is supplied by ground water (well or cistern), surface water (lake or river) or municipal water (city or town); a Homespring Central Water Purifier will provide "Crystal clear water from every tap".

The Homespring Central Water Purifier physically blocks out contaminants like bacteria, parasites and viruses as the water enters your home (please see certification and testing data for more information). This shift towards 'point of entry' water filtration ensures that your entire home is supplied with cleaner, safer and better tasting water.

The System consistently provides clean, filtered water for all of your cleaning, cooking, washing and drinking needs; while automatically flushing unwanted contaminants and particles down the drain.

GE's Ultrafiltration Membrane

The Homespring Central Water Purifier uses thousands of GE's ultrafiltration hollow fibre membrane strands. Each membrane strand contains billions of microscopic pores. Household water pressure pushes water molecules through these pores towards the hollow center of the membrane, while blocking out larger contaminants such as bacteria, parasites and viruses (please see certification and testing data for more information). Filtered water then flows through each fibre and is distributed to every household fixture.

Unwanted particles and micro-organisms are then flushed out of the System during the automatic cleaning cycle.

Ultrafiltration Membrane Pores

Pore Size

Due to the small pore size, particles that are too large to pass through are physically blocked out, while dissolved salts and essential minerals freely pass through.

The Homespring Central Water Purifier effectively blocks and removes particles larger than 0.02 microns nominal from your water supply.

Ultrafiltration Membrane Filtration

Carbon Filter

Particle

The Homespring Central Water Purifier Prefilter removes large particles from source water to protect and extend the life of the system.

The filter can be used on municipal water sources to reduce unwanted tastes and odors associated with aesthetic chlorine. This Prefilter utilizes the surface area of small granules to bind and contain trace chemicals, keeping them from entering your water supply. One teaspoon of granular Activated Carbon has a surface area equivalent to that of a football field.

The stainless steel mesh filter can be used on water sources as a final guard for the Membrane Module against large particles. This reusable filter is used in installations where activated carbon is not required.

System Specifications

Maximum peak flow rate (LPM/USgal) Up to 42/11
Maximum continous flow rate (LPM/USgal) 17/4.5
Minimum temperature (°C/°F) >0/32
Maximum temperature (°C/°F) <38/100
Approximate flush volume (litres/USgal) 45/12
Typical system efficiency* 95%
Controller Voltage (VAC) 120 / 230
Bacteria Removal** >99.99999%
Virus removal ** >99.999%
Cyst removal ** >99.95%
Installation height (vertical mount) inches (cm) 74 (188)
Footprint (vertical mount) inches (cm) 18 x 18 (45 x 45)
Installation height (horizontal mount) inches (cm) 36 (91)
Footprint (horizontal mount) inches (cm) 24 x 74 (61 x 188)

 

Certifications


System tested and certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI 42 and 53 for:

Cyst Reduction
Turbidity Reduction
Particulate Reduction - Class 1
Chlorine, Taste and Odor Reduction

The Homespring UF200 Central Water Purifier should only be installed where the System and the installation complies with state and local laws and regulations. The Homespring UF200 Central Water Purifier should only be used to filter water that is cold. The Homespring UF200 Central Water Purifier conforms with ANSI/NSF 42/53 for the specific performance claims as verified and substantiated by test data.


NELAP* and California Department of Health accredited laboratory

*National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP) Accredited #05234CA

The Homespring UF200 Water Purifiers** have been tested by BioVir Laboratories Inc. and found to meet all the requirements of the USEPA’s Guide Standard and Protocol for testing Microbiological Water Purifiers (OPP Task Force Report, 1987) as interpreted by the BioVir Laboratories specifically for the Homespring UF200 series products.

The test results were:
Bacteria Reduction - 99.99999%
Virus Reduction - 99.999%

**Applies to the following models: UF 207, UFC 207, UF 209, UFC 209, UF 211, UFC 211


The Homespring UF200 Water Purifiers* have been tested and Certified by the Water Quality Association (WQA) to the USEPA’s Guide Standard and Protocol for Testing Microbiological Water Purifiers (OPP Task Force Report, 1987) as interpreted by the WQA and to NSF/ANSI 42 and 53.

*Applies to the following models: UF 207, UFC 207, UF 209, UFC 209, UF 211, UFC 211


Technological Comparison

System Capabilities Ultra-Violet Systems Ozone Systems Reverse Osmosis Systems Clorine Systems
Removes bacteria and viruses*
Removes parasites*
Efficient self cleaning
Power not required to filter water
Improves taste
Removes cloudiness

*Please refer to certification and testing data for more information

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Additional Information

The Homespring Central Water Purifier must be installed by an authorized Homespring technician and properly maintained in accordance with the Homeowner's Manual. Failure to properly maintain the system will compromise performance and/or result in a failure to control water quality, which may lead to delivering of contaminated water. Improvements to taste result when the system is used with the optional carbon filter. Water Safety: Please see the certification and independent laboratory results. Contaminants and pathogens may build-up in a house's piping system and could shed into the water after it has been filtered through the Homespring Central Water Purifier. Follow manual instructions, including use of a sanitizer on the piping system to avoid contaminant build-up. Exposure to microorganisms may also occur during daily activities.