Aquatic Life Introduces New KDF Catalytic Granular Activated Carbon Cartridge

Published on October 24, 2013

Aquatic Life, LLC has introduced a KDF 85/Catalytic Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) cartridge designed to reduce and remove iron and hydrogen sulfide from municipal or other water supplies. Effective in controlling the build-up of bacteria, algae, fungi and scale, the KDF 85/ Catalytic GAC cartridge is ideal for use as an inline carbon filter.

The high-quality media, consisting of a mix of KDF 85 and granular activated carbon, reduces the taste, odor and dissolved organic chemicals from water supplies resulting in the removal of 99% of dissolved metals including lead, mercury, nickel and chromium. Additionally, the high surface area of the cartridge results in an exceptionally high capacity and efficiency.

“The KDF 85/ Catalytic GAC cartridge is a great compliment to the RO Buddie and other reverse osmosis systems where there are high levels of chlorine, chloramines and water-soluble heavy metals in the tap water,” said Justin Bunton, Aquatic Life Customer Support Manager. “The KDF 85/Catalytic GAC cartridge will provide aquarium and hydroponics hobbyists an affordable and effective water purification option.”

**For more information contact:
www.aquaticlife.com
888/548-3480
dealersupport@aquaticlife.com**

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