Argonide Corporation, Inc., the leader in microbiological water filtration, is proud to announce its collaboration with Omnipure Filter Company in the manufacture of its new line of encapsulated NanoCeram® filters.

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On February 27 – March 1, the Argonide Team exhibited at the annual Pittcon Conference & Expo held in Orlando, FL.  On display were Argonide’s microbiological NanoCeram® and DEAL® filters

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Argonide Corporation is proud to announce that it has received NSF/ANSI 53 Certification on their Double Pleated NanoCeram® branded filters by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO).

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Argonide Corporation is proud to announce that it has received NSF/ANSI 53 certification on their NanoCeram® branded filters by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO).

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Visit our booth at the Orange County Convention Center

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Argonide Corporation has won the AdStudy® Award in recognition of advertising which achieved outstanding readership

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Chemical Engineering Magazine:  An Up-Close Look at Electropositive Filtration, by Fred Tepper & Leo Kaledin, Argonide Corporation

Electropositive filters take advantage of surface - charge effects to filter nanometer-sized particles. Provided in this article is an overview of how they work and where they can be used.

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VISIT ARGONIDE AT THE UPCOMING AQUATECH CHINA SHOW!!!

Argonide is thrilled to be teaming up with Oasis International at this year’s Aquatech trade show in China. Stop by Oasis’s booth # 2408 where we will be showcasing our

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ARGONIDE TAKES NEXT STEP IN ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFICATION

Argonide Corporation is proud to announce and welcome Gladys Rojas the Company’s Quality Control Coordinator. Gladys will be responsible for heading Argonide’s efforts toward ISO 9001:2015 certification.

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COOLBLUE® PASSES LEAD REDUCTION TESTING UP TO 1,OOO GALLONS

Argonide Corporation is excited to announce that its CoolBlue® Water Purifier System, which is certified for Biological removal, has now passed the Water Quality Associations (WQA) LEAD reduction test up to 1,000 gallons.

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