Cryptosporidium Water Filters

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Cryptosporidium is a parasite that exists in rivers and lakes. When consumed it is known to cause harmful intestinal diseases. Cryptosporidium removal is crucial to maintaining a healthy, drinkable water supply. The cryptosporidium water filtration system successfully filters out all known types of the cryptosporidium parasite.

Rosedale Products provides high capacity cryptosporidium filtration systems that meets the SWTR and protocols for most States’ water system filtration requirements. Additionally, the cryptosporidium filtered water system is approved for use in Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Minnesota, Oregon, and Vermont and has met all the EPA LT2 guidelines.  

Contact us for more information regarding our high efficiency cryptosporidium water filtration options, or call us at 800-821-5373 and we will gladly answer any questions that you may have. Rosedale Products is your trusted source for advanced cryptosporidium filtration systems.


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Single Stage Cryptosporidium Removal System

Single stage cryptosporidium filtered water system models 8302P and NCO8135 offer an exceptional value in cryptosporidium removal applications. Each cryptosporidium filtration housing provides large containment capacity combined with a rugged design rated to 150 psi.  It incorporates an eye nut cover that is easily removed, reducing time spent on cartridge change-out. 

Single Stage Cryptosporidium Water Filter Features

Single stage cryptosporidium filtration systems feature stainless steel housings and offer the following beneficial characteristics:
  • NSF 61 listed
  • Low pressure drops
  • Permanently piped housings
  • Covers are O-ring sealed
  • 304 stainless steel construction
  • All housings are electropolished to resist adhesion of dirt and scale
  • Adjustable-height legs, standard
  • ASME code stamp available

Dual Stage Cryptosporidium Filter Features

Rosedale has developed an effective water treatment filtration system that meets the SWTR and protocols for most states’ water system filtratio