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Filtering technologies

Filters with excellent performance and efficiency

How important filter quality is.

In any part of the country, we want to provide you with the best quality of drinking water, regardless of local conditions. More than 800 * specific and non-specific ingredients have been identified in the drinking world all over the world, which makes the quality of the filtration used and the selection of the right combination of filters especially important.

Why use Waterlogic filters?

Waterlogic offers a wide range of high-performance water filters to deal with a variety of contaminants, including reverse osmosis (RO) filtration, which removes all contaminants and can be used even in heavily polluted water.

Advantages of our filters

  • BioCote®. Waterlogic filters are treated with BioCote, silver-plated, for anti-microbial protection.

  • Environmentally friendly. The design of the filters is environmentally friendly and reduces the environmental impact that traditional systems have. The composition of the fillers is completely biodegradable.

  • Recyclable and reusable. Plastic boxes can be reused, with only the refill subject to replacement.

  • Save money. Filters that require only a refill of the filler, not the entire filter, save significantly.

  • Quality. Waterlogic filters are individually packaged and sealed for exceptional warranty and hygiene. 100% inspected during production.

* The plastic housing and O-rings must be replaced every two years.

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Guide to filter types

Guide to our types of filters

Here we will show you what filters to use to remove various contaminants in drinking water.

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  • Carbon block filters (CBC). These filters are the Carbon block, which removes contaminants, bad taste and odors such as chlorine, sediment, lead, rust, cysts, asbestos and more.
  • Granular activated carbon filters (GAC). Granular carbon filters - have the ability to purify water for better taste, remove chlorine, odor and odor, which are usually caused by old plumbing. li>
  • Sediment block filters. Sediment filters remove a wide range of contaminants: larger particles, sand, hair, rust that can reduce water flow.
  • Filters with added polyphosphate. Polyphosphate filters are very effective against scale build-up. They contain slowly soluble polyphosphate capsules that are able to neutralize the build-up in the boiler of the machine. depending on the permeability, polyphosphate filters can also provide standard filtration, purifying water sediment, pollen, cysts, lead.
  • Reverse Osmosis. Reverse osmosis is an ideal filtration in cases where the quality of the water is unknown or we know about the presence of certain contaminants such as manganese, other heavy metals, the water is particularly hard. In this case, it is safer to use reverse osmosis as a method to ensure the removal of salts, nitrates, arsenic, pesticides.

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Reverse osmosis filtration

Successfully remove dissolved particles in the water

Reverse osmosis provides an even higher level of filtration compared to activated carbon. RO effectively removes dissolved particles (such as salts, nitrates, pesticides, arsenic, etc.). You really don't want any of these particles in your water, because besides being unpleasant, there is a chance that they contain bacteria.

Reverse osmosis system

As with everything, reverse osmosis filtration has its drawbacks, as it removes everything from the water, including the beneficial minerals that improve the taste. These minerals can be added back to the water to some extent. RO filters work very hard, using a process called cross-flow, which constantly cleans the filter from the accumulation of contaminants. This means that a return channel is required, as a large amount of water does not pass through the filter and must be discarded.
Reverse osmosis is ideal when the source of the water is unknown or it is known that there are certain contaminants in the water.