Eco Maxi 10 Inch Inline Water Filter 15mm

SKU: ECO10MAXI15MM

£69.95

Eco Maxi 10 Inch Inline Water Filter 15mm The Eco Maxi 10 Inch Inline Water Filter 15mm is the under sink water filter that keeps the direct in-line connection to the main kitchen tap, water cooler, and fridge. The best about this water filter is its easy installation to the main kitchen tap. So, there … Continue reading... More description

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Eco Maxi 10 Inch Inline Water Filter 15mm

The Eco Maxi 10 Inch Inline Water Filter 15mm is the under sink water filter that keeps the direct in-line connection to the main kitchen tap, water cooler, and fridge. The best about this water filter is its easy installation to the main kitchen tap. So, there is no need to have a separate faucet dispenser tap.

ECo maXI 10" DIRECT FIT UNDER SINK WATER FILTER

 

Its chief advantages:

1 – Bad tastes, terrible odors, and lime scales are reduced and removed.

 

2 – Installation is easy to the main kitchen faucet, thus, a dedicated filter tap is not needed.

 

3 – Occupies minimum space and services till 6 months.

 

4 – Tap and fitting kits are available if necessary

The Renowned Traits and Conveniences

Easy – Having them fit under the sink water filter is easy. Through dual-stage filtration, instantly cold water is produced for cooking and drinking. Separate taps are not necessary.

Unique – Thanks to the unique filtration method, non-scaled, soft and gentle water is produced. With 99% chlorine removal and reduction in the hot and cold water, the water’s flow rate is at 4 – 5 LPM. At the same time, iron, heavy metals, mercury, chromium, cadmium, barium, arsenic, lead, PCBs, Fluoride, and THM’s are equally removed.

Construction – No question of rusting with the White ABS.

Media – Being porous and absorptive, the active ceramic spheres efficiently filters to 1 micron. Thanks to the

ceramics – bacteria growth is controlled and eliminated
heavy metals and chlorine are removed

Scale build- up in the water pipe-works and appliances is prevented
The water is re-mineralized with nutrients.

Approvals – The active ceramics are having NSF 42 approval which is recognized internationally as the American standard for the drinking water media along with the drinking products. The sphere materials are even Water Research Center approved, that is under the Water By-laws scheme to be used together with the drinkable water.

Eco–Advantage – The active ceramic media is totally natural and hence 100% degradable. Thus, it is suitable for scattering in the garden for improving the growth of plants and soil drainage. The filter housing can be returned for its recycling and it is 100% reusable.

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Specifications

ModelEco Maxi 10 Inch Inline Water Filter 15mm
SKUECO10MAXI15MM
BrandOsmio
Filter ParameterChlorine, Sediments, Limescale, Heavy Metals
In Depth

6 month long life drinking water filter for healthy, purified water – life of filter may vary depending on water hardness and local water quality.
6 month guarantee.
Direct to tap connection.

No need for separate filter tap or feed. Installs inline under your sink on mains cold water feed.
Improved clarity of water.
High flow rate due to 15mm push fit fittings – up to 15 litres/minute.

Non-scaling water reduces scale effects upon work surfaces, glassware etc.
Healthier drinking water, wash all fruit and vegetables in filtered water for improved taste.
Removes bad tastes and odours from the water.
Easy to fit to mains water supply under your sink.
Moulded ABS plastic – WRAS approved.
Filter Dimensions 2″ x 10″ (not including push fittings)
Maximum pressure 3 bar

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