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Re: Kold Steril (was APD V4 #351
Since that you still have so many questions unanswered, when you were at
their site, did you ask them? Just in case that you don't have their
e-mail: PolyBio at aol_com
Tell us what you find out so that we can learn more ok?
>Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 21:37:40 +0000
>From: George Slusarczuk <yurko at warwick_net>
>Subject: Re: Kold Steril (was APD V4 #351
>I honestly don't know what to make of your answer: After quoting a bunch
>of numbers, you still don't cite the number of interest: HOW MUCH of the
>several heavy metals is removed at the beginning of a column's life and
>HOW MUCH is removed after, say, 5,000 gal. (the volume you quoted as the
>capacity of the system) -- at ANY beginning concentration. Also, most of
>us don't have the luxury of having in our water supply only ONE heavy
>metal present at a time -- unfortunately, we live in a world of
>I DID go to the manufacturer's site and nowhere is there ANY data given
>that could give one a hint as to the efficacy or capacity of the system.
>A lot of numbers are there, to impress the novice, but without any hard
>data in reference to effluent volumes. One wonders WHY! The experimental
>details do not even state what type of water was used in the trials --
>spiked distilled water or one of 300 ppm hardness?
>I agree that it is pointless to continue this discussion.