Replacement tap cartridges
Pack of 2 Cartridges
Good tasting pure water at home
The H2o Taps cartridge
💧 We use the most advanced filtration technology that provides precision filtration that improves water taste and removes lead, chlorine, salmonella, pesticides, limescale (depending on the hardness of your water), dirt, sand, rust and organic compounds. Our filtering accuracy es mayor que la de un filtro de cerámica o carbón activo ordinario. Obtendrá una agua filtrada de muy buena calidad con nuestro cartuchos de recambio.
💧 You can see how much you can save by filtering your tap water at home, saving up to 300 euros a year. In addition to the great comfort by no longer carrying plastic bottles you will contribute to the environment by reducing your plastic consumption.
Do your bit for the environment with the H2o Taps tap water filter.
A COST-EFFECTIVE, COMFORTABLE and ENVIRONMENTALLY-FRIENDLY alternative
Tips for the correct operation of the tap filter:
→ Let the water pass through the filter for 1 minute during the first use to remove residual impurities, also when replacing the cartridge with a new one.
→ Use the filtered water only with cold water, hot water will damage the cartridge and it will lose its effectiveness.
TDS: A reliable way to measure water quality? It is not for individual use, as this measurement system does not specify the definitive parameters, it only tells you that your water is more or less mineralised depending on the reading. It is a valid system but a high reading (within the recommended range) does not mean that your water is bad.
Your tap water is safe to drink. Many mineral waters have higher TDS levels than your tap water.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) considers these TDS levels:
Less than 300: Excellent
from 300 - 600: Good
600 - 900: Regular
900- 1200: Poor
over 1200: Bad
Conclusion: If your TDS reading is in the recommended range, you don't have to worry. We assure you that our filtration system DOES improve the taste of the water and removes harmful contaminants from the water. Informative article on the subject, click here
Frequently Asked Questions click here