The EarthSmarte Water filtration system combines two water filtration medias, KDF and catalytic carbon, to provide you with safe, clean, and cost-effective water. In this post, we will outline the benefits and functions of KDF, with a post on catalytic carbon to follow shortly.

Short for Kinetic Degradation Fluxion, KDF is one of the best water filtration medias for further cleaning your water while extending the life of your overall water filtration system. When used with catalytic carbon, KDF enhances the functioning of carbon, extends its life (saving you money), and protects the carbon from bacterial growth that could compromise the quality of your water.

KDF medias are also more effective at processing chlorine out of your water. Chlorine is a carcinogenic compound commonly used to disinfect bacteria from water. While chlorine is effective at cleaning water, it also affects the taste and is linked to increased rates of cancer and asthma. Through a chemical reaction where additional electrons are given to the chlorine, KDF changes chlorine to chloride, a water-soluble substance that is much safer for ingestion. The KDF media is also effective at removing heavy metals such as copper, lead, and mercury, all of which can be harmful when ingested.

KDF medias are also better for the environment! KDF is a recyclable material and is better for the planet.

The bottom line is this: KDF is an environmentally-friendly and cost-effective water filtration media that will bring you safe, clean, and great-tasting water. KDF is a component in all EarthSmarte Ph-1000 Water filtration systems. The EarthSmarte Water filtration system is the obvious choice!

At EarthSmarte Water of NorCal, we are passionate about helping you achieve clean, safe, and great-tasting water in your home. Schedule an appointment for a free in-home water test and learn how we can improve your water. Not ready to schedule a test? Contact us to learn more about the life-changing health benefits you will experience from the EarthSmarte Water filtration systems.