- Lab Tests
Lab Test Results For The ProOne G2.0 Filters
Independently Tested by Envirotek Laborotories
NSF/ANSI-42 &53 Test Report
P231 Test Report
Microcystin Test Report
Facts you should know about the ProOne G2.0 filters...
1. ProOne G2.0 qualifies as a microbiological water purifier as set forth by NSF protocol P231.
See attached lab report for details.
2. ProOne G2.0 filters are simple to use and require NO priming so there’s no potential risk of
drinking contaminated water and no need to purchase any additional priming device.
3. Only ProOne offers a full limited warranty on it’s ProOne G2.0 filter NOT PRORATED.
4. The ProOne G2.0 filter is assembled in England of both US and UK components.
5. The ProOne ProOne G2.0 filter has been scientifically tested to remove not only heavy metals
but many more contaminants including volatile organics, pesticides, semivolatile, inorganic
non-metallic contaminants, herbicides, pharmaceutical drug contaminants, synthetic organic chemicals,
cyanobacteria toxins, and fluoride without any add-on filter. Even the contaminants found in the
Toledo and West Virgina water supplies are removed by the ProOne G2.0 filter.
6. ProOne G2.0 filter is independently tested by Envirotek Laboratories, a New Jersey
Department of Environmental Protection nationally recognized and certified drinking water testing
laboratory, complies with EPA protocols and methodology using Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy,
Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry, and Standard Methods of Water Analysis. Envirotek is in the
business of analyzing drinking water, well trained and experienced in water testing to avoid
potential risk of contamination of test equipment including vials and glassware. Contaminated equipment
can produce false results.
Truly independent, Envirotek is not engaged in selling or recommending ProOne products.
7. ProOne G2.0 filters have been tested in accordance with NSF 42 and 53 standards using
NSF protocol. NSF International is a global independent public health organization that establishes
standards for drinking water. NSF states “NSF/ANSI 42 establishes the minimum requirements for the
certification of POU [Point-Of-Use] filtration systems designed to reduce specific aesthetic or
non-health-related contaminants (chlorine, taste, odor and particulates) that may be present in public
or private drinking water. The scope of NSF/ANSI 42 includes material safety, structural integrity and
aesthetic, non-health-related contaminant reduction performance claims.
NSF/ANSI 53 establishes the minimum requirements for the certification of POU filtration
systems designed to reduce specific health-related contaminants, such as Cryptosporidium,
Giardia, lead, volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) and MTBE (methyl tertiary-butyl ether),
that may be present in public or private drinking water. The scope of NSF/ANSI 53 includes material
safety, structural integrity and health-related contaminant reduction performance claims.”
8. ProOne G2.0 Lab report from Envirotek complies with EPA procedures and methodology including
“Influent Water Concentration in ug/L” - that is water mixed with a specific concentration of contaminants.
9. ProOne G2.0 is an “All-In-One” filter for removing many contaminants, including fluoride, and
requires no additional add-on filter that hangs down into the water storage container.
The ProOne G2.0 filter avoids the risk of potential contamination or leaching from an add-on filter.