We aim to provide many different options when it comes to under counter water filters to allow you to select the perfect system for your needs. This does however create a problem of too much to choose from so we will try and give a brief explanation. If your concern is finding a water filter that will remove chlorine you’re in luck they all do, if you have too much chlorine in your water then you probably don’t have a problem with bacteria so we would recommend either a double under the counter water filter system or a double direct line under the counter water filter system. If the basic taste of your water isn’t to your taste then you should look at either an reverse osmosis system to remove all the minerals from the water or a middle ground like the under counter nano filtration system that will remove half of the minerals and remove bacteria. They do however waste water to keep the filters from blocking while filtering at this level, if you want to get most of the benefits of these systems while avoiding most of the drawbacks then look at a three or four stage direct line water filter or a triple under the counter system.
Elegant, Efficient, Eco-Friendly and simple to use, ZIP is the perfect solution for everyday water filtration needs. ZIP uses reverse osmosis to filter out 99% of all water contaminants giving you up to 75 gallons of pure water per day without wasting as much water as traditional RO filters. ZIP's design is not only elegant but also BPA free!
Leak Alarm with loud alarm, ideal for notifying you of a leak to under the counter system, water dispenser, fridges, aquariums, or any other application where there is a concern of a leak which could cause potential damage.
The 20" Direct Light System is designed for single drinking points (such as a kitchen tap) that have a high volume of water usage, such as in kitchens in restaurants, offices, factories, and warehouses.
**PLEASE NOTE this system is not designed to filter the water for a whole house or building. Attempting to use this system for such an application will likely result in a restricted flow rate to the building, as well as possible damage to the system.