Argonide to provide free filters through ProveIt campaign

Oct. 4, 2012

SANFORD, Fla. — The company’s goal is to take advantage of the benefits provided by its patented electropositive NanoCeram® filtration technology.

SANFORD, Fla. — Argonide Corporation, a Sanford, Fla. company that manufactures ultra-high efficiency water purification filters, has launched a “no charge” sample program to develop new markets, according to a press release.

Its goal is to take advantage of the benefits provided by their patented electropositive NanoCeram® filtration technology. The Argonide sponsored program will determine the efficacy and economic benefits of using its pleated filter cartridges in a variety of applications.

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Through its ProveIt campaign Argonide is willing to provide filters at no charge for select installations as a way to prove its worth, noted the release.

NanoCeram is an electropositive non-woven pleated filter with an average 2-micron pore size, which is very effective at filtering sub-micron particles at high flow rates. It is used extensively in residential, commercial and industrial water purification.

The NanoCeram filter exhibits excellent attributes as a prefilter for other systems, including RO membranes, UV chambers and ion exchange beds. Extremely efficient turbidity reduction and SDI values between 0.5–1.0 provide excellent feedwater quality for such applications, stated the release.

Through this new program, Argonide is seeking to expand its industrial/commercial applications portfolio and is prepared to provide filters at no charge for select installations. Interested parties are encouraged to contact Argonide to discuss the specifics of their application to determine the viability of this innovative technology.

Read the entire press release here.

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