09 July 2010
Last Updated on 17 November 2010
Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF) uses a process called redox, or oxidation reduction, to remove various chemicals from water.
It has a very high concentration of copper-zinc and effectively removes chlorine, lead, mercury, iron and other contaminants. It also eliminates fungi, parasites and bacteria from water. KDF is often combined with other technologies to enhance their effectiveness in removing heavy metals, chlorine, and other chemicals.