The cartridge should not be exposed to air for long time as chlorine will get evaporated. Cartridge containing chlorine tablets should not be kept in contact with water for long time as it would emit foul smell and make drinking water useless. During use PurAll may accumulate deposits from the water or the tablets; therefore it should be cleaned periodically.
It is recommended to use the water disinfected using PurAll, to be consumed no earlier than 30 minutes to allow sufficient reaction time.
Water disinfected with PurAll is rendered to be suitable for consumption for 24 hours from the time of disinfection, provided no alarming contamination is observed in the treated water during that period.
Storage: The product is a (Oxidizing Agent) and should be stored accordingly. Minimal conditions include storage in a cool, dry, ventilated store also from moisture, sunlight and incompatible substances.
With every PurAll water purification solution a Chlorine testing kit is provided. Other chlorine testing kits available in market can also be used for testing the dissolved chlorine content in the water purified/chlorinated by PurAll.
The PurAll water purification/chlorination solutions are used widely in both the rural and urban areas. PurAll solutions are automatic, online & non electric. Moreover, PurAll solutions are simple to use and require minimal maintenance and very less human intervention; hence they can be used as an effective chlorination solution in all industrial applications.
No. PurAll water purification/chlorination solution is used to purify the water only, by disinfecting the water.
Not yet. To buy PurAll solutions there are distributors appointed in every state of India. Also, there are distributors for export of PurAll solutions.
No. The PurAll Water Purification Cartridge are to be replaced only and not be refilled at all. Moreover the PurAll Water Purification Cartridge is a patented product and the Cartridge uses Chemical to purify water which is approved and certified to NSF/ ANSI 60 standard for drinking water.
A. India(various states such as Assam, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Assam, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, J&K, etc)