Chlorodibromomethane, we filter that.

CHLORODIBROMOMETHANE (also called Dibromochloromethane) is a colorless to yellow, heavy, nonburnable liquid with a sweetish odor. This chemical is a possible contaminant of drinking water that has been chlorinated to kill bacteria and viruses that could cause serious waterborne infectious diseases. Chlorodibromomethane may form when chlorine reacts with other naturally occurring substances in water, such as decomposing plant material. Plants in the ocean also produce small amounts of this chemical.

This chemical is found mainly in water that originally came from surface sources, such as rivers and lakes. Springs and deep drilled wells usually contain very little of this substance that react with chlorine to form these chemicals; therefore, well and spring water is less likely a source of chlorodibromomethane than water from a reservoir (artificial lake). The amount of chlorodibromomethane in drinking water can change considerably from day to day, depending on the source, temperature, amount of plant material in the water, amount of chlorine added, and a variety of other factors.

Filter Removal Rates

Pure Filter: >99.4%

Nano Filter: >99.4%

Everyday Filter: 99.9%

Outdoor Filter: >99.4%

Smart Shield: 95%

Fridge Filter: 98.47%