Counter Top Filter Systems

The main difference between Reverse Osmosis and Filtered water is the technique used to make water cleaner.

Filtered water removes sediment, chlorine and organic molecules which can cause bad taste and smells, using a physical barrier or chemical process.

Reverse Osmosis removes impurities by exposing water under pressure to a semi permeable membrane.

A conventional filtration system, will give you nice tasting water, but it will not remove most of the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) for example: SODIUM, MANGANESE, CALCIUM CARBONATE, to name a few, that are present in all municipal tap waters systems.

A lot of different forms of bacteria and viruses are so small that filters can’t remove them from the water supply. However an Reverse Osmosis Membrane can remove these along with many other impurities in your water.

Some Advantages of using a Counter Top Filter System:

  • Portable and no electricity required.
  • Very cost effective and low on maintenance.
  • No water wastage during the filtration process.
  • Great natural tasting water with natural minerals.
Basic Features with Reverse Osmosis System

 

The 1 Stage Counter Top Filter System is a fully assembled, light, compact and easy to install.

The filter system connects easily onto most standard taps with means of a Diverter Valve, positioned next to your kitchen sink. No expertise needed to install.

Standard with a 5 Micron Sediment Filter.

  • This system does not remove any bacteria or other micro-organisms that may be in the water! If you are in an area with poor water quality you may want to consider a Reverse Osmosis System or a Ultra Violet Sterilizer System.
Basic Features with Reverse Osmosis System

 

The 2 Stage Counter Top Filter System is a fully assembled, light, compact and easy to install.

The filter system connects easily onto most standard taps with means of a Diverter Valve, positioned next to your kitchen sink. No expertise needed to install.

Standard with a 5 Micron Sediment Filter and Carbon Block Filter.

  • This system does not remove any bacteria or other micro-organisms that may be in the water! If you are in an area with poor water quality you may want to consider a Reverse Osmosis System or a Ultra Violet Sterilizer System.
Basic Features with Reverse Osmosis System

 

The 3 Stage Counter Top Filter System is a fully assembled, light, compact and easy to install.

The filter system connects easily onto most standard taps with means of a Diverter Valve, positioned next to your kitchen sink. No expertise needed to install.

Standard with a 5 Micron Sediment Filter, Activated Carbon and Carbon Block Filter.

  • This system does not remove any bacteria or other micro-organisms that may be in the water! If you are in an area with poor water quality you may want to consider a Reverse Osmosis System or a Ultra Violet Sterilizer System.

Replacement Filters for a basic Counter Top Filter System

Stage 1 – 5 micron Sediment Filter (10Inch RO Sediment Filter) – Recommended Filter Change – Every 6 Months

The Sediment Filter removes visible particles such as rust, mud,dirt and any other floating particles from the water.

Stage 2 – Granular Activated Carbon Filter (10Inch RO GAC Filter) – Recommended Filter Change – Every 6 Months

The Granular Activated Carbon Filter will remove chlorine or organic molecules, which can cause bad taste and smells, that may be in the water.

Stage 3 – Carbon Block Filter (10Inch RO CTO Filter) – Recommended Filter Change – Every 6 Months

The Carbon Block filter is the next in line defense for any chlorine of organic molecules which might have got through from the 2nd stage. It also has a 5 micron filter ability to catch and carbon that might have broken off the 2nd stage.