The PROVITEC potable water filter PROaqua
- the Multi-Barrier-System-
The new filter system of PROaqua
4200 - a Multi-Barrier-System - protects
you and your family reliably against existing and unexpected water
contamination. Nitrate, nitrite, pesticides, hydrogen carbon halides, heavy
metals, radioactive particles, bacteria, parasites, viruses, to name but a
few, are safely and completely filtered out. The water filtered by PROaqua
4200 reaches such a high level of purity that it is most suitable for the
preparation of baby food.
The PROaqua 4200 potable water filter
has been extensively tested during
its development in the laboratories of the Landesgewerbeanstalt Bayern -
Institute of Farming). The LGA (established in 1869)
is an independent institute under the supervision of the Bavarian
Ministry of Economy and member of the "Verband der deutschen
Materialpruefaemter - VMPA" (Organization of the German Material
LGA confirms that the PROaqua 4200 filters water in an outstanding
way: after the purification the amount of contamination is below
the level of proof. Amongst others, it was confirmed that no bacteria
or micro- organism can find their way into the filtered water,
due to the new diaphragm filter technique. The Max. v. Pettenkofer-Institute
of vivology, the Landesuntersuchungsamt fuer das Gesundheitswesen
(national health authority) and other independent laboratories
confirm these statements.
Approx. 3 liters of drinking
water are consumed per day and person in Europe. PROaqua 4200 filters two
liters per minute - therefore the filter can be used even by large families.
Due to the possibility of combining different filter-media and
-techniques, as well as more than 100 different ways of configuration,
almost all known forms of water pollution can be eliminated permanently.
The way the filter is
constructed secures the best possible filtration The so
called channel effect does not occur.
The PROaqua 4200 is officially
recommended and approved for the usage in single- and
self- sufficient systems, which cannot be connected to a central supply
system for technical or economical reason.