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Frontier Flow GRN LINE Filtered Water Bottle - bacteria/cyst removal (67015)
The Frontier Flow GRN LINE filtered water bottle will protect your thirst. This go-anywhere, drink-anywhere water bottle has been thoroughly tested and proven to protect you from bacteria, protozoans and chemical and biological toxins, meeting US EPA and NSF standards for safe drinking water.
The Frontier Flow GRN LINE bottle is BPA Free and is made to fit into standard cup holders, backpack pockets, and bike bottle cages. It also has the patented Bite-Me drinking valve that is soft, friendly, flows effectively, and stays clean with the rugged protective cap. The bottle is leak free and will stay sealed in all types of conditions. The revolutionary filter design, ergonomic shape, and quality materials make the GRN Line Filtered Water Bottle a natural choice for drinking water protection.
Replacement filter for this product:
- GRN Line Bacteria Filter with up to 800 ml/minute flow rate
- Removes ≥99.9999% Bacteria—Meets or exceeds ANSI/NSF 53
- Removes ≥99.9% Cysts including Cryptosporidium and Giardia—Meets or exceeds ANSI/NSF 53
- Reduces chlorine and chemicals—Meets or exceeds ANSI/NSF 42
- Improves water taste, odor, and clarity
- Miraguard™ Antimicrobial* Technology suppresses the growth of bacteria, algae, fungus, mold and mildew within the filter media
- Filters 100 gallons
- 22 oz. (663 mL) bottle
- BPA free, chemical free, and iodine free
- Filter made in the USA
Frontier GRN Line protection is achieved using Electro-Positive Absorption Technology. Charged micro-glass fibers “pull” organisms as small as bacteria, out of the water stream while still maintaining high flow rates and low pressure drops making Frontier Series II GRN-Line Filters the perfect choice for water bottle applications. Frontier GRN Line filters have been thoroughly tested by independent laboratories, and proven to consistently remove bacteria and protozoan cysts to ANSI/NSF Standard 53 and US EPA standards, without the use of disinfecting chemicals such as chlorine, bromine, or iodine. The addition of sub-micron carbon particles into the filter media increases the absorptive capability required to reduce chlorine and harmful chemicals, bad tastes and odors.