Alexapure Pro Technical Specs

The Proof is in the Water

When we say the Alexapure Pro is the most advanced water filtration system on the planet, those aren’t just empty words. We say what we mean, and mean what we say – 100%.

The Alexapure Pro doesn’t just filter your water. It purifies it.

Facts don’t lie, and so here are the facts regarding all the contaminants your Alexapure Pro is filtering from your water:

Based on third party, state and federal government licensed, independent laboratory test results, the Alexapure Pro filters out 99.99+ % of pollutants from your drinking water.

To order your very own Alexapure Pro, please click here.

Drinking Water
Contaminant Tested
Influent Water
Concentration in μg/L
Gravity Block Filter
Element Effluent Concentration in μg/L
% Reduction
Volatile Organic Contaminants μg/L
Dichlorodifluoromethane
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
Chloromethane
80.3
<0.5
99.9+
Vinylchloride
80.3
<0.5
99.9+
Bromomethane
80.4
<0.5
99.9+
Chloroethane
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
Trichlorofluoromethane
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
1,1-Dichloroethene
81.0
<0.5
99.9+
Methylene Chloride
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
trans-1,2-Dichloroehene
80.5
<0.5
99.9+
MTBE
80.5
<0.5
99.9+
1,1-Dichlorethane
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
cis-1,2-Dichloroethene
171.1
<0.5
99.9+
2,2-Dichloropropane
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
Bromochloromethane
81.0
<0.5
99.9+
Chloroform
81.1
<0.5
99.9+
Carbon Tetrachloride
80.0
<0.5
99.9+
1,1-Dichloropropene
81.0
<0.5
99.9+
Benzene
81.0
<0.5
99.9+
1,2-Dichloroethane
80.0
<0.5
99.9+
Trichloroethene
180.1
<0.5
99.9+
Dibromomethane
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
1,2-Dichloropropane
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
Bromodichloromethane
80.0
<0.5
99.9+
cis-1,3-Dichloropropene
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Toluene
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
trans-1,3-Dichloropropene
81.2
<0.5
99.9+
Tetrachloroethene
80.5
<0.5
99.9+
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
150.8
<0.5
99.9+
Chlorodibromomethane
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
1,3-Dichloropropane
79.9
<0.5
99.9+
Ethylbenzene
82.2
<0.5
99.9+
Chlorobenzene
79.8
<0.5
99.9+
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
79.8
<0.5
99.9+
m-Xylene
70.0
<0.5
99.9+
o-Xylene
70.2
<0.5
99.9+
Styrene
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
Isopropylbenzene
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
n-Propylbenzene
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
Bromobenzene
80.0
<0.5
99.9+
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
81.0
<0.5
99.9+
1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
2-Chlorotoluene
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
1,2,3-Trichloropropane
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
4-Chlorotoluene
80.3
<0.5
99.9+
tert-Butylbenzene
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene
80.4
<0.5
99.9+
sec-Butylbenzene
80.1
<0.5
99.9+
4-Isopropyltoluene
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
1,3-Dichlorobenzene
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
40.1
<0.5
99.9+
n-Butylbenzene
80.0
<0.5
99.9+
1,2-Dichlorobenzene
80.3
<0.5
99.9+
Hexachlorobutadiene
44.1
<0.5
99.9+
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
160.1
<0.5
99.9+
Naphthalene
80.2
<0.5
99.9+
1,2,3-Trichlorobenzene
80.0
<0.5
99.9+
Heavy Metal Contaminants μg/L
Aluminum
220
<2
99.9+
Antimony
6.2
<0.5
99.9+
Arsenic
310
<0.5
99.9+
Beryllium
50.2
<0.2
99.9+
Bismuth
50.2
0.7
97.4
Cadmium
30.1
0.7
99.9+
Chromium
302
4.9
98.7
Copper
3050
29.1
99.0
Iron
3030
24.2
99.2
Lead
152
1.2
99.2
Hexavalent chromium (chromium-6)
98
Manganese
1020
<0.5
99.9+
Mercury
6.1
<0.1
99.9+
Mercury
6.1
<0.1
99.9+
Nickel
102
<0.5
99.9+
Selenium
106
<0.5
99.9+
Zinc
102
18.4
82.0
Pesticide Contaminants μg/L
4,4’-DDD
50.1
<0.1
99.9+
4,4’-DDE
50.2
<0.1
99.9+
4,4’-DDT
50.1
<0.1
99.9+
Alachlor
40.1
<0.1
99.9+
Aldrin
50.1
<0.1
99.9+
Alpha-BHC
49.9
<0.1
99.9+
Atraton
51.0
<0.1
99.9+
Atrazine
9.9
<0.1
99.9+
Beta-BHC
49.7
<0.1
99.9+
Bromacil
51.1
<0.1
99.9+
Carbofuran
80.0
<0.1
99.9+
Chlordane
40.2
<0.1
99.9+
Chlorneb
51.0
<0.1
99.9+
Chlorobenzilate
49.9
<0.1
99.9+
Chlorprophane
51.1
<0.1
99.9+
Chlorpyrifos
51.1
<0.1
99.9+
Cyanizene
51.2
<0.1
99.9+
Delta-BHC
50.8
<0.1
99.9+
Dichlorvos
50.1
<0.1
99.9+
Dieldrin
50.4
<0.1
99.9+
Diphenamid
51.1
<0.1
99.9+
Disulfoton
50.2
<0.1
99.9+
Endosulfan Sulfate
51.0
<0.1
99.9+
Endrin
6.1
<0.1
99.9+
Endrin Aldehide
51.5
<0.1
99.9+
Endrin Ketone
51.0
<0.1
99.9+
Endusulfan I
49.5
<0.1
99.9+
Endusulfan II
50.1
<0.1
99.9+
Ethoprop
50.2
<0.1
99.9+
Fenamiphos
51.2
<0.1
99.9+
Fenarimol
50.4
<0.1
99.9+
Fluoridone
51.2
<0.1
99.9+
Gamma-BHC (Lindane)
2.1
<0.1
99.9+
Glyphosate
798
<0.1
99.9+
Heptachlor
80.0
<0.1
99.9+
Heptachlor Epoxide
4.0
<0.1
99.9+
Methoxychlor
122
<0.1
99.9+
Molinate
50.4
<0.1
99.9+
PCB’s
10.4
<0.1
99.9+
Prometron
50.0
<0.1
99.9+
Simazine
12.1
<0.1
99.9+
Toxaphene
15.2
<0.1
99.9+
Semivolatile Contaminants μg/L
Acenaphthylene
50.1
<0.1
99.9+
Anthracene
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Benz[a]anthracene
51.5
<0.5
99.9+
Benzo[b]fluoranthene
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
Benzo[k]fluoranthene
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Benzo[a]pyrene
51.8
<0.5
99.9+
Benzo[g,h,i]perylenee
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Butylbenzylphthalate
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
Carboxin
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
2-Chlorobiphenyl
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
Chrysene
50.4
<0.5
99.9+
Cycloate
49.9
<0.5
99.9+
Dacthal (DCPA)
49.2
<0.5
99.9+
Diazinon
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Dibenz[a,h]anthracene
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
Di-n-Butylphthalate
51.4
<0.5
99.9+
2,3-Dichlorobiphenyl
52.2
<0.5
99.9+
Diethylphthalate
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Di(2-ethylhexyl)adipate
51.0
<0.5
99.9+
Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate
50.0
<0.5
99.9+
Dimethylphthalate
51.4
<0.5
99.9+
EPTC
52.1
<0.5
99.9+
Fluorene
51.0
<0.5
99.9+
2,2', 3,3', 4,4', 6-Heptachlorobiphenyl
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Hexachlorobenzene
49.0
<0.5
99.9+
2,2', 4,4', 5,6'-Hexachlorobiphenyl
51.1
<0.5
99.9+
Hexachlorocyclohexane, alpha
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
Hexachlorocyclohexane, beta
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Hexachlorocyclohexane, delta
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
51.7
<0.5
99.9+
Hexazinone
51.1
<0.5
99.9+
Indeno[1,2,3,c,d]pyrene
50.0
<0.5
99.9+
Isophorone
50.0
<0.5
99.9+
Merphos
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Methyl Paraoxon
50.4
<0.5
99.9+
Norflurazon
50.4
<0.5
99.9+
2,2', 3,3', 4,5', 6,6'-Octachlorobiphenyl
51.2
<0.5
99.9+
Pebulate
50.8
<0.5
99.9+
2,2', 3', 4,6'-Pentachlorobiphenyl
49.8
<0.5
99.9+
Pentachlorophenol
51.2
<0.5
99.9+
Phenanthrene
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
cis-Permethrin
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
trans-Permethrin
49.0
<0.5
99.9+
Prometon
51.0
<0.5
99.9+
Prometryn
51.0
<0.5
99.9+
Pronamide
49.0
<0.5
99.9+
Propachlor
50.1
<0.5
99.9+
Propazine
50.9
<0.5
99.9+
Triademefon
49.3
<0.5
99.9+
2,4,5-Trichlorobiphenyl
49.0
<0.5
99.9+
Tricyclazole
49.4
<0.5
99.9+
Trifluralin
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
Vernolate
50.2
<0.5
99.9+
Disinfectant and Inorganic Non-Metallic Contaminants in mg/L
Chloramines
3.1
<0.1
99.9+
Free Chlorine
2.1
<0.1
99.9+
Sodium Fluoride
0.9
<0.1
88.8
Hexafluorosilicate
8.3
1.4
84.0
Fluorosilic Acid
8.1
1.3
83.1
Nitrates
27.2
0.5
98.2
Nitrites
2.9
<0.1
99.9+
Herbicide Contaminants in μg/L
Dalapon
151
<0.1
99.9+
Dicamba
150
<0.1
99.9+
Dinosep
20.1
<0.1
99.9+
Dichlorporp
150
<0.1
99.9+
2,4-D
210
<0.1
99.9+
Pentachlorophenol
10.2
<0.1
99.9+
Picoram
151
<0.1
99.9+
2,4,5-T
152
<0.1
99.9+
2,4,5-TP (Silvex)
151
<0.1
99.9+
2,4-DB
150
<0.1
99.9+
Bentazom
150
<0.1
99.9+
DCPA
150
<0.1
99.9+
Quinclorac
151
<0.1
99.9+
Aciflurfen
149
<0.1
99.9+
Pharmaceutical Drugs Contaminants in μg/L
Acetaminofen
20.1
<0.1
99.9+
Caffeine
19.9
<0.5
99.9+
Carbamazepine
20.0
<0.5
99.9+
Ciprofloxacin HCl
20.2
<0.5
99.9+
Erythromycin USP
20.2
<0.5
99.9+
Sulfamethoxazole
20.1
<0.5
99.9+
Trimethoprim
21.0
<0.5
99.9+
Bisphenol A
20.4
<0.5
99.9+
Diclofenac Sodium
19.9
<0.5
99.9+
4-para-Nonylphenol
20.0
<0.5
99.9+
4-tert-Octylphenol
20.2
<0.5
99.9+
Primidone
20.4
<0.5
99.9+
Progestrone
20.3
<0.5
99.9+
Gemfibrozil
20.1
<0.5
99.9+
Ibuprofen
20.2
<0.5
99.9+
Naproxen Sodium
20.2
<0.5
99.9+
Triclosan
20.4
<0.5
99.9+

For a complete list of the contaminants removed, please see Envirotek Lab’s full report here.

Disclaimer: for proper use of your Alexapure Pro, we recommend using the cleanest fresh water source available (such as your tap water, well water, or if those aren’t available, a fresh water creek or stream). It is unadvisable to use known contaminated water for your own safety as well as the longevity and efficacy of your Alexapure Pro. Use your Alexapure Pro as directed and change the filter when necessary.

*This product has not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information provided on this website and on product packaging is for information purposes only, and is not a substitute for professional medical care or advice.