Nitrate Reduction

Nitrates are naturally occurring compounds that are formed when organic matter decomposes in nature. Nitrates are colorless, odorless and tasteless compounds and cannot be detected unless water samples are laboratory tested. The primary inorganic nitrates […]

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Nitrates are naturally occurring compounds that are formed when organic matter decomposes in nature. Nitrates are colorless, odorless and tasteless compounds and cannot be detected unless water samples are laboratory tested. The primary inorganic nitrates that may contaminate drinking water are potassium and ammonium nitrate both widely used in lawn and garden fertilizers. Most nitrogenous materials in natural waters tend to convert to nitrate so all sources of combined nitrogen; particularly organic nitrogen and ammonium should be considered as potential sources of contamination. The EPA defines maximum contaminant level (MCL) allowed in drinking water to be 10 mg/L NO3-N or 45 mg/NO3. Certain populations should monitor nitrate levels to insure they do not suffer any ill health effects. Aries nitrate reduction cartridges use ResinTech® SIR-100-HP resin. Its unique functionality offers twenty-five times greater nitrate affinity than standard strong-based anion resins. This cartridge reduces nitrates efficiently with low leakage, and eliminates the possibility of nitrate dumping upon exhaustion. Available with Quick Connect connectors in 6″ and 12″ lengths. Aries Inline filters cartridges are designed for low-flow, point-of-use filtration.

Highlights
  • Highest Capacity Nitrate Removal

  • Eliminates Nitrate Dumping

  • Resintech® SIR-100-HP

  • Fits Standard Residential & Industrial Size Housing

  • Oversized Cartridge for Maximum Media Fill

  • Quality Produced & Made in the USA

  • WQA Gold Seal Certified

Recommended Uses
  • Residential Drinking Water

  • Commercial

  • Laboratory

  • Point-of-Entry (POU)

Applications
  • Nitrate Reduction

Product Specifications

SKU IFB-06-3610-QC
Cartridge Type Inline
Connection Type
Media Within SIR-100-HP
Dimensions 2 x 6 in. (4.4 x 13.2 cm)
Case Quantity 12
Awards + Certifications PROP 65 Compliant, WQA Gold Seal Certified
Nominal Rating 25μ
Max. Pressure 125 gpm (862 kPa)
Max. Temperature 100 ℉ (37.8 ℃)
Service Flow 0.1 gpm (0.4 lpm)
Capacity 150 gal (550 L)
End Cap Composition Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
Pad Composition Polyester
Body Composition Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
SKU IFB-12-3610-QC
Cartridge Type Inline
Connection Type QUICK CONNECT
Media Within SIR-100-HP
Dimensions 2 x 12 in. (4.4 x 26.4 cm)
Case Quantity 12
Awards + Certifications PROP 65 Compliant, WQA Gold Seal Certified
Nominal Rating 25μ
Max. Pressure 125 gpm (862 kPa)
Max. Temperature 100 ℉ (37.8 ℃)
Service Flow 0.2 gpm (0.8 lpm)
Capacity 300 gal (1150 L)
End Cap Composition Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
Pad Composition Polyester
Body Composition Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
SKU IFB-06-3610-FT
Cartridge Type Inline
Connection Type QUICK CONNECT
Media Within SIR-100-HP
Dimensions 2 x 6 in. (4.4 x 13.2 cm)
Case Quantity
Awards + Certifications PROP 65 Compliant, WQA Gold Seal Certified
Nominal Rating 25μ
Max. Pressure 125 gpm (862 kPa)
Max. Temperature 100 ℉ (37.8 ℃)
Service Flow
Capacity
End Cap Composition Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
Pad Composition Polyester
Body Composition Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
SKU IFB-12-3610-FT
Cartridge Type Inline
Connection Type 1/4" FNPT
Media Within SIR-100-HP
Dimensions 2 x 12 in. (4.4 x 26.4 cm)
Case Quantity
Awards + Certifications PROP 65 Compliant, WQA Gold Seal Certified
Nominal Rating 25μ
Max. Pressure 125 gpm (862 kPa)
Max. Temperature 100 ℉ (37.8 ℃)
Service Flow
Capacity
End Cap Composition Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene
Pad Composition Polyester
Body Composition Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

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