Hi ARIIX Family!
As this month marked the anniversary of the release of the new and improved Puritii Water Filtration System, we thought it would be a fantastic opportunity to share with you some information about how our filters are made. We’ve had numerous requests for more information regarding the laboratory study performed on the filter. So we have created a white paper of this study that was commissioned in 2017 to demonstrate the effectiveness of the filters at removing contaminants from water.
Here is a quick snapshot in six easy steps of how our amazing filters are produced:
- Filters begin as a pleated fiber matrix impregnated with fine coconut carbon.
- This matrix is then formed into a cylinder and attached to the filter bottom piece.
- The center cavity of the cylinder is filled with a mix of fine coconut carbon and zeolite.
- The matrix and filter bottom piece are inserted into to the filter housing. The unit is sealed together at this point.
- The red cap on the straw connection point is applied using a specially-designed instrument.
- Filters are then individually-sealed in foil bags and then boxed.
Pleated Fiber Matrix Cylinders
Filling and Sealing of Puritii Water Filters
Individual Packaging of Puritii Water Filter
As you can probably tell, we’re proud of our Puritii Water Filtration System, just like you! We hope this additional information helps you share just how impactful and disruptive Puritii truly is!
Thank you for all you do in making ARIIX a world-class organization.
ARIIX Quality Team: