The downside of chloramine, apart from containing ammonia, is the difficulty in removing it from drinking water. Standard GAC or Carbon Block water filters can only remove 10-25%. Is the AS001K9 effective at removing chloramines over its expected life?

The rated capacity of the filters is generally based on chlorine removal under NSF certification or testing however many of our filters have been de-rated or the capacity reduced to allow for different conditions around the country. The 4000 litre capacity of the K9 & K10 filters is based on chlorine and needs to be reduced to 1800 litres for Chloramine, higher than a normal GAC due to the cartridge design and KDF media.

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