What is Graphene?
Graphene is a single, thin layer of graphite — the soft, flaky material used in pencil lead. The material is made of carbon atoms that are bonded together in a repeating pattern of hexagons.
Graphene has a stronger tensile strength than Kevlar and 200x the strength of steel of comparative mass. Even at one atom thick, defect-free graphene is impermeable to all gases and liquids. It has endless potential applications in almost every industry due to its unique and extraordinary qualities.
At Purafy, we believe that graphene holds the key to developing and producing more effective, safe, and environmentally friendly solutions that deliver clean water in both small and large scale applications.
Purafy’s business operations are focused on developing and commercializing products and technologies that utilize graphene to provide superior filtration for water. In this way, we pursue our mission to make clean, safe water accessible to all.
The key to its improved effectiveness is the use of our proprietary graphene filters, which revolutionize the water filtration industry.
Purafy G10 Premium Graphene Filtration Cartridge
The G10 Premium Graphene Filtration Cartridge features unique granular materials to actively remove more unwanted water contaminants than traditional activated carbon filters, while maintaining excellent water flow efficiency.
What G10 Removes
- Chemicals (Chloride, Sulfates, Nitrates)
- Heavy Metals (Lead, Mercury, Arsenic)
The result is clean, great tasting water that still contains essential minerals and electrolytes such as Potassium, Calcium & Magnesium.
How G10 Filtration Works
USING GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON AND GRAPHENE OXIDE BIOCOMPOSITE TYPE A & C
G10 filter cartridges contain a proprietary weighted blend of Graphene Oxide BioComposite Type A & C and granular activated carbon. This groundbreaking formula causes contaminants in water to bind to the filter’s adsorbent material instead of the water, allowing water molecules to flow through the cartridge as purified drinking water.
The G10 filters outperform competitor activated carbon filters; with superior filtration efficiency and capacity for heavy metal contaminants such as mercury, arsenic, lead and others. The unique adsorbent blend of materials provides a longer lifespan than traditional carbon filtration systems and can be replaced quickly and easily.
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