It is the most commonly used natural carbon in all types of water purifiers. Has a special feature is to reduce the level of chlorine in the water. Eliminate unwanted odors or tastes. and helps to remove heavy metal contaminants from tap water It has a service life of about 1 year.
High quality, lightweight coal to remove sediment, mud and iron rust mixed with water. It has a service life of about 1 year.
serves to exchange ions in water Helps reduce water hardness Reduce the formation of scale or limestone It also helps absorb unwanted colors and odors. They last about 6-8 months.
activated carbon filter
Activated carbon, also known as activated carbon, is a natural filter. It comes from burning charcoal under high temperature. by incinerating under oxygen-free conditions to remove various compounds, obtaining pure carbon lumps. It has properties to help filter color, odor, chlorine and heavy metal contaminated with water as well.
Coral sand filter
Increases the PH value of the water, making the tap water not acidic. Safe to use and consume Inside coral sands there are minerals that are beneficial to the body such as calcium. The water that passes through the coral sand filter contains calcium ions. Help strengthen bones and teeth as well.
UF membrane filter
UF membranes are membranes made up of microscopic pores. It is smaller than the smallest bacteria, UF membrane filters help trap bacteria in the water. including microorganisms and viruses It has a service life of about 1 year.
It looks like polypropylene fibers. Helps trap large coarse sediments, debris, dirt, soil, mud and suspended solids mixed with water. It lasts for about 6 months.
Its for filtering large contaminants such as gravel, stones, soil, sand, including rust, with a filtering resolution of about 30 microns, with a lifespan of 3-6 months
It helps to filter solutions that are contaminated with water Including viruses and bacteria, with a filter resolution of up to 0.0001 microns, can filter salt water to be completely fresh. The service life is about 1 year – 1 year and a half.