Hello! I found this product under a search of the REI.com site for "water purifiers". The technology used, described as "24 pleat nano-technology", is different from every other purifier or filter on the site.
I went to Mizu's website, read their comments, then went to site of the filter medium's manufacturer, Ahlstrom Munksjo. They named their personal water filter product "Disruptor". According to the website: "Its electro-positive wet-laid nonwoven technology, with a pore size of 1.2 - 1.5 microns, captures very small diameter substances and pathogens, removing larger particles mechanically."
The technology is unlike ceramic or hollow fiber filters and seems revolutionary. My question is: is it a better mouse-trap? i.e. is this too good to be true? I appreciate any information you can share about the technology and its efficacy and longevity.
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I wanted to let you know I have reached out to our buyers to get some more information for you. I will follow up as soon as I hear back from them so stand by. It seems like you've done a good amount of research online, however I found this video that might be of interest if you haven't seen it yet. Thanks for the question and I'll get back to you soon!
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