Water tap filters: what they are and what they do

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The filters tap water are an economical solution to drink filtered water and relatively clean. As you will see in the following pictures, water tap filters are connected to the kitchen battery (on your tap) and allow you to drink filtered water with a turn of the switch. With the same switch you can have unfiltered water to wash the dishes.


The heart of the filter is a replacement carbon filter. Activated charcoal has the ability to store on its micro pores its harmful agents (such as chlorine) and of course to improve the taste and smell of water.


Because the size of the filter is quite small, the replacement filter usually has some limitation on how large it may be, so it needs regular change. In most tap filters that are in circulation, replacement of the filter is usually every three months.


One of the disadvantages of these filters is that they occupy enough space from the kitchen sink and is quite dissuasive if you have a short tap as it makes it difficult to wash the dishes. For this reason, most of them end up in top-of-the-world filters or under water world filters .


Another disadvantage of water hammers is that they can not usually cope with the very difficult problems you may have in your water, such as very hard water, nitrate, male, lead, etc.


It is suitable for areas with few water problems. Another advantage is that you do not need a plumbing system since it will usually take up to 3 minutes to install. (You can watch videos with connection instructions in our tap water filters).


Various brands and models are being marketed so if you need help in choosing the right filter, do not hesitate to contact us.

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