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What type of water filter system is best for your family?

 

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Countertop Carbon Filters

Countertop water filter systems screw onto the faucet. Simple to setup and use, these systems let you filter large quantities of water without modifying any of your plumbing. Unlike faucet or carafe filters, countertop drinking water filter systems won't clog and do a better job of filtering for more contaminants.


All eFilterWater countertop systems are chosen for their design, easy to change filters and convenience of zero impact to your plumbing.


Countertop Carbon Systems filter out particles down to .5 microns. Carbon Systems filter out sediment and organic contaminants, but cannot filter out inorganic due to the small particle size.


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Under Sink Carbon Filters

Undersink water filter systems are a great choice for saving counter space. These systems filter lots of water (just like countertop filters) but are hidden in the space below your sink. Installation is simple - as most sinks come with an extra hole (used for dispensing soap or an extra nozzle). Check out videos from eFilterWater to see how easy undersink water filter systems can be to install.


Undersink Carbon Systems filter out particles down to .5 microns or smaller. Carbon systems filter out sediment and organic contaminants, but most cannot filter out inorganic contaminants due to the small particle size.



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Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter Systems

Reverse osmosis drinking water systems use your home's water pressure to pass water through a semi-permeable membrane. These systems are certified to remove a wide range of contaminants including dissolved solids, and they are the only system type that can remove 'nasty' chemicals like arsenic and other organic as well as inorganic contaminants.


All eFilterWater RO drinking water filter systems have unique features to the market. Some of these features include higher capacity plastic tanks that never rust, tanks that have narrow bodies to save your precious under cabinet space, and filters that change with the touch of a button or a simple 1/4 turn.


Most reverse osmosis systems filter out particles down to .0001 microns which includes sediment, and organic as well as inorganic contaminants.