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Quantum Disinfection
A Technological Breakthrough

Quantum Disinfection™ is a revolutionary technology that uses quantum mechanic principles of electron movement to create catalytic active surfaces. This is the first time such a technology has been used to disinfect water.

Quantum Disinfection™ is a catalyst:
disinfects the water with its activated surfaces, no power, no chemicals, no maintenance.

Quantum Disinfection™ is a ceramic:
alumina based, environmental friendly, odorless and insoluble.

Quantum Disinfection™ is a new phenomenon:
attracts electrons form microorganisms causing their entire structure to collapse.

Quantum Disinfection™ is a solid media:
easy to apply, easy to handle, always placed in packed beds.

Quantum Disinfection™ kill the microorganisms instantly:
there is no contact time required, there are no traces of microorganisms.

Water simply has to pass over the Quantum Disinfection™ media and the
microorganisms are instantly destroyed through the catalytic electron exchange.

Give Any Device Disinfection Capability.

Point-of-Entry

QD is used in systems for well water and city water sources for homes, offices, and process applications:up to 12 GPM.

Point-of-use

A small quantity of QD can disinfect all POU systems such as faucets, under the sink units, ice and beverage machines, coolers, misters, showers, dental chairs, etc.

Gravity-Based

With no power requirements and allowing high gravitational flows, QD can disinfect all pitcher devices, bracket units, suspended tanks, etc.

High Flows

With no power requirements and allowing high gravitational flows, QD can disinfect all pitcher devices, bracket units, suspended tanks, etc.

Post Reverse Osmosis

QD is used as a safeguard against HPC’s for RO systems. You can really drink RO water now!

Custom Applications

QD can be tailored to many custom applications across a large variety of markets and flow rates.

Quantum Disinfection™ Frequently Asked Questions

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How does Quantum Disinfection™ work?

QD is a catalyst with activated surfaces. The microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, protozoa, micro-algae, yeast, etc.) that get into a direct contact with these surfaces, instantly lose their electrons to the positive active sites causing their entire structure to collapse.

Is QD a filter?

No. It is a disinfection media. Besides, just like UV, QD needs primary filtration (at least 5 micron) to work properly, otherwise the activated sites can be clogged.

Does QD media leaches?

No. Quantum Disinfection™ does not leach anything in the water, no ions, no chemicals. All of the bactericidal action happens because of a catalytic surface action.

Is QD certified?

Yes. QD media is:

  • A NSF Certified Component to NSF/ANSI 42 for material requirements only (Certificate #: C0292640-01);
  • Tested by IAPMO to NSF/ANSI 61 (Certificate #: 23033);
  • Certified MOH – China (Certificate #: 2015KF2513).

How QD is applied?

QD can only be applied in packed bed in devices, systems or units with a inlet and an outlet that can ensure the contact of the microorganisms with the activated ceramics. No by-pass is allowed.

Has QD been tested by 3rd party labs?

Yes. Quantum Disinfection™ technology has been rigorously tested and posted excellent results by:

  • Environmental Protection Agency, US EPA
  • Eurofins US; Eurofins France
  • NC State University
  • Proteus, France
  • Guangdong Detection Center of Microbiology, China
  • Avazyme, US
  • Ackuritlabs, US
  • Microbac, US

All of these reports are available upon request.

Is Quantum Disinfection™ a purifier like Reverse Osmosis?

No. Quantum Disinfection™ is more like UV. It is not a filter and its purpose is not to filter the water, but rather to disinfect the water.

Is Quantum Disinfection™ like Reverse Osmosis?

No. Quantum Disinfection™ is more like UV. It is not a filter and its purpose is not to filter the water, but rather to disinfect the water.

How long does QD media last?

Claire works closely with our OEM partners to design cartridges and devices that meet end-of-life criteria. For Claire’s own prototypes, such as the CLAIRIFY 12 unit, the warrantied life is 200,000 gallons, or just over 1 year of normal household use.

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