Point-of-use filters provide easy and reliable protection at the last possible moment before water use. LiquiTech offers SafeTGard point-of-use filters for shower heads, sinks, faucets, and ice machines. In emergency situations following an outbreak of infection, easy-to-install, easy-to-use SafeTGard filters offer instant protection and relief. SafeTGard uses proven membrane technology to solve the challenge of water disinfection.
Unique, hollow fiber membrane technology that will contain & not spread pathogens
Final barrier of protection against harmful organisms
Validated service life of 70 days for sink/shower & 90 days for ice machines
LiquiTech offers SafeTGard point-of-use filters for showerheads, sinks, faucets, and ice machines. In emergency situations following an outbreak of infection, easy-to-install, easy-to-use SafeTGard filters offers instant protection and relief. SafeTGard uses proven membrane technology to solve the challenge of water disinfection. The point-of-use filters provide easy and reliable protection at the last possible moment before water use. Point-of-use filters filter are vital importance across all facilities – especially for high-risk populations in healthcare such as in hematology, oncology, burn, and intensive care units where patients are severely immunocompromised. This makes infection prevention an even greater concern.
Bacteria Reduction 7 log bacteria 99.99999% and 4 log 99.99% of cyst and fungi reduction
Reliable filter cartridge Our filters are not susceptible to breaching when the cartridge becomes plugged with bacteria-laden sediment
Ease of use The shower filter looks and feels like an ordinary handheld shower unit, and the balance and grip of the product make it easy to use
Safe SAFETGARD filters have a duckbill check valve that prevents cartridges from coming into contact with unsafe water or pathogen exposure
Long-lastin SAFETGARD filters last up to 40% longer than other filters on the market
There is no one single process that can ensure 100% removal of potential risk through secondary disinfection, so a multi-barrier approach is required to ensure water security all the way to the point of use. Even with filtration at the point-of-entry and secondary purification installed within the water distribution system, substantial risk still remains at the point-of-use. Point-of-use filtration is a final barrier to prevent harmful pathogens from coming in contact with users, and is particularly important for protecting those who are immunocompromised or immunosuppressed.