The Quantum Crystals ™ are using a new technology based on the quantum mechanic principles of electron movements in micro-crystals that create active surfaces (positively charged with electron holes) capable to lyse the cells of microorganisms, like for example, the non-pathogen E. coli bacteria (strain 11775), causing their entire structure to collapse.
For more information please request the QC - Mode of Action.pdf
Water simply has to pass over the Quantum Crystals ™ media and the
microorganisms are instantly destroyed through the catalytic electron exchange.
Give Any Device Extra-Purification Capabilities
The QC ceramics are used in systems for well water and city water sources for homes, offices, and process applications:
up to 12 GPM.
A small quantity of QC ceramics can purify all POU systems such as faucets, under the sink systems, ice and beverage machines, coolers, misters, showers, dental chairs, etc.
With no power requirements and working in gravitational flows, QC media can give a supplementary purification capacities to all pitcher devices, bracket units, suspended tanks, etc.
The QC ceramics can be applied for high flow water extra-purification in industries like beverages, poultry and agriculture:
up to 50 GPM or more
Post Reverse Osmosis
The QC media are used as a safeguard against odors for RO systems. You can really drink RO water now!
The QC media can be tailored into many other custom applications across a large variety of markets and flow rates.
Quantum Crystals ™ Frequently Asked Questions
How these ceramics work?
The QC ceramics are a catalyst with activated surfaces. The microorganisms that get into a direct contact with the sharp micro-crystals at the surface of the QC media are instantly cut and lose their cellular integrity without any possibility of remediation.
Are the QC ceramics a filter?
No. It is a water purification media. Besides, it needs a primary filtration (at least 5 micron) to work properly, otherwise the activated sites can be clogged.
Does the QC ceramics leach?
No. The QC ceramics do not leach anything in the water, no ions, no chemicals.
Does the QC ceramics kill microorganisms by chemical means?
No. The reduction of microorganisms happens due to the micro-crystals cutting action.
Are the QC ceramics certified?
– a NSF Certified Component to NSF/ANSI 42 for material requirements only USA(Certificate of listing #: C0292640-01)
– a IAPMO Certified Component to NSF/ANSI 61 for material requirements only USA(Certificate of listing #: W-10747)
– a MOH Certified Component to GB/T 5750-2006 Standard for material requirements only – China (Certificate of listing #: 2015KF2513)
How are the QC ceramics applied?
The ceramics can only be applied in packed bed in devices, systems or units with an inlet and an outlet that can ensure the contact of microorganisms with the activated ceramics.
No by-passes are allowed.
Have the QC ceramics been tested by 3rd party labs?
Yes. The QC ceramics have been rigorously tested and posted excellent results by:
- Environmental Protection Agency, US EPA
- Eurofins US; Eurofins France
- Proteus, France
- Guangdong Detection Center of Microbiology, China
- Avazyme, US
- Ackuritlabs, US
- and others
All of these reports are available upon request.
How long the QC ceramics last?
In practice, all depends of the inlet water quality.
Claire works closely with our OEM partners to design cartridges and devices that meet end-of-life criteria. For Claire’s own systems, such as the PLATINUM unit (see Products), the warrantied life is 200,000 gallons, or over 1 year of normal household use.
Where to install the QC systems?
At the last stage, always.
All QC systems should be install after your regular water purification equipment, like for example, after your softeners, or your heavy metals removal filters, or post RO, or as the last layer in pitcher filters, etc.