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  1. Sirena vs Rainbow Water Filtration Vacuum Comparison

    Sirena vs Rainbow Water Filtration Vacuum Comparison

    1 in 9 Australians have asthma – around 2.7 million and many more with allergies. Asthma and allergy sufferers are constantly in discomfort caused by dust and pet hair and are now looking to water filtration vacuums to rid their homes of allergens. Let's compare the Sirena Vacuum Cleaner to the Rainbow and see which is the best.

    Why Choose A Water Filtration Vacuum?

    Water filtration systems like the Sirena Vacuum Cleaner and Rainbow Vacuum Cleaner succeed where traditional vacuum cleansers fail.

    Instead of relying on dust bags to collect dirt, water filtration vacuums force the vacuumed air into a water reservoir, which keeps the dirt trapped within the water and thus prevents it from being blown back into the air.

    This is of critical importance for allergy sufferers who are looking for a hypoallergenic vacuum that can eradicate dust mites and allergens from the home, instead of sucking it in and blowing it back out.

    This blog aims to compare the two popular models of bagless water filtration vacuums on the market: the Sirena vs Rainbow E2 Black Model.

    Let’s take a closer look at the two water-based vacuum cleaners.

    The Sirena vs Rainbow E2 Black

    The Sirena Vacuum Cleaner is a Canadian designed and engineered total home cleaning system.

    It uses water-based filtration technology that won’t clog as you vacuum. This means you’ll have 100% uncompromised airflow ensuring a deep and thorough clean. The power of this system will allow you to clean your entire home without the need for nasty chemicals. This includes hard surfaces, carpets, rugs and upholstery.

    The Sirena system also comes with multiple attachment heads and nozzles designed to clean different surfaces in your home.

    Both the Sirena and the Rainbow utilize HEPA filtration to purify the air.

    The Rainbow

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  2. The Aquasana Countertop Water Filtration System

    The Aquasana Countertop Water Filtration System

    Filtered, Fresh and Healthy Water has NEVER been this easy….

    The Aquasana Countertop is very easy to install, it only takes a few minutes to do and a plumber is not necessary. The unit will easily fit 99% of Australian homes without damaging or modifying existing plumbing; meaning the AQ 4000 is perfect for renters or non-permanent residents.

    Replacement Aquasana Filters

    The filters are readily available directly through Vitality 4 Life. The A&B cartridges require replacing every 6-9 months, depending on the quality of your water, how many people are using the filters and how often it is being used.

    We have created the Water 4 Life Program so our customers can enjoy the benefits of fresh, filtered water without the hassle! Replacement filters are automatically delivered direct to your door every 6 or 9 months. The benefits of joining the Water 4 Life Program are unbelievable:

    - Your replacement filters are shipped to your door automatically – No need for you to keep track, it is all automated and easy!

    Automatic Replacement Filter Process

    - Filters are charged via your preferred Credit Card at a discounted price, only $66, with FREE Shipping to your door!

    Lifetime Warranty

    We honour a lifetime warranty on your Aquasana Countertop when you are a part of the Water 4 Life Program. We promise to replace any part under warranty FREE of charge, simply pay postage and that is it!

    NO Commitment

    You can cancel anytime!

     
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  3. Which water is right for you?

    Which water is right for you?

    There are many different types of water filtration available to consumers nowadays which raises the question, how do you know which water is right for you?

    Below is a brief description on each type of filtration we offer, to help make this complex decision a little easier for you...

    'Standard' Water Filters come in two types; pitchers & carafe-style filters and carbon block & granular carbon filters. In recent years, pitchers & carafe-style filters have emerged as lowcost alternatives to tap water and bottled water and although they do offer a slightly improved alternative to tap water, they have very limited effectiveness and a low capacity.

    Carbon Block and Granular Carbon Filters are the most common styles of countertop and under-the-sink systems (point of use). Granular carbon filters and carbon block systems use the same process of contaminant removal, adsorption, by which the contaminant bonds chemically or physically to the surface of the filter medium. Activated carbon is recognized by the U.S. EPA as the best available technology for filtering VOCs and THMs. For best performance it is essential that a multi stage process be used to filter out a wide range of contaminants.

    The Aquasana System differs in that it is a multi-media block filter; the Aquasana utilizes the benefits of activated carbon with several added advantages. A blended media is extruded or compressed into a solid form with a sub-micron pore structure to filter out sediment and cysts like Cryptosporidium and Giardia. This configuration also prevents water from channeling around the filter media. The ion exchange removes things like lead that carbon will not remove. It is an additional stage that provides higher quality water, and also enhances pH by adding potassium ions to the water. In addition to being a carbon and ion-exchange filter, it is also a mechanical filter down to .5 microns.

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  4. Aquasana Water Filter Certification

    Aquasana Water Filter Certification

    Aquasana water filters are required to document the purity of the water they produce. This strict regulation allows consumers to accurately compare the performance.

    The most stringent tests have been performed on the Aquasana products in California, USA. California has the strictest requirements in the States, with manufacturers required to have all promotional, advertising, websites and packaging materials reviewed by the Department Of Health for accuracy prior to certification.

    The California Certification is one of the best ways to determine a product's performance capabilities.

    Aquasana Water Filters

    Aquasana 4000 Countertop Water Filter

    Certifications and Performance Data Sheets

    Certificate of the Department of Health Services, California, USA, confirming that the AQ-4000 water filter has 'met the testing requirements pursuant to Section 116830 of the Health and Safety Code'.

    Certified performance data sheet confirming that the AQ-4000 complies with NSF Standards 42 and 53, and is certified by the California Department of Health Services Drinking Water Treatment Device Program.

    Report from Underwriters Laboratories Inc. that the AQ-4000 reduces chlorine by 99% for a full 500 gallons.

    Report from Underwriters Laboratories Inc. that the AQ-4000 complies with ANSI/NSF Standards 42 and 53 - structural integrity.

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  5. Whole House Water Filter Chlorine Reduction Test

    Whole House Water Filter Chlorine Reduction Test

    The Rhino Whole of House Water Filtration system is certified by Underwriters Laboratories to NSF standard 42 with class 1 performance and has a 1,200.000 litre / 3 year capacity at 27 lpm. This means the system is certified to remove chlorine, odour, foul tastes and sediment. The Rhino produces non-detectable levels of chlorine for 12,000,000 litres - the highest certified capacity of any home water filter ever!

    The Rhino will remove 90% of VOC's and SOC's as well as the chlorine.

    Aquasana Water Filters

    The Rhino Whole of House Water Filtration Certifications and Performance Data Sheets

    Aquasana Whole House Filters

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