Chlorine and / or Chloramines are commonly used as additives in public water systems. The BrassMaster Plus MultiMAX LS water filtration system removes these undesirable additives. The result is clean, irritation-free water for your entire home.
Chlorine and chloramines are commonly used to disinfect city water systems and provide safe drinking water to end users. However, once inside homes and businesses, these chemicals can cause unintended problems. Excess chlorine can lead to taste and odor issues, as well as skin irritation. The effects of chloramines (a mixture of chlorine and ammonia) are much less known; but beyond taste and odor issues, they have been attributed to skin rashes, digestive issues, the leaching of heavy metals like copper & lead, and the failure of rubber products in plumbing systems*. The MultiMax LS removes these chemical additives. The result is clean, safe, great-tasting, irritation-free water. This automatic system relies on specialized media. It regenerates every few days with water and air (requiring no additional salt or chemicals).
Effective treatment of:
- Chlorine & Chloramines
- Tate & Odor Issues
BrassMaster Plus MultiMAX LS Features
- Long-lasting media naturally cleaned with water and regenerated with a blanket of fresh air
- Oxidation and absorption combined for maximum media life and contaminant removal
- Cost of operation less than $10 per year!
- Insulated tank design eliminates condensation
- Exclusive 5 year APM warranty for quick and inexpensive servicing
BrassMaster Plus MultiMAX LS Design
These systems feature a single tank with a specialized carbon media for the removal of chemicals, taste, odors, and other impurities.
APM Modular Design
All models include our popular APM™ modular design, which eliminates the need for field service. Simply put the unit in bypass, pull two pins, remove the valve module, and replace it with one of our affordably priced, remanufactured APM modules. Send your old module back to us and receive a significant core credit.
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For a detailed summary of chloramine concerns, visit Citizens Concerned About Chloramine.