Brondell | Circle Reverse Osmosis Under Counter Water Filter
A MORE EFFICIENT RO SYSTEM. CLEAN WATER, INSTALLATION INCLUDED.
The Brondell H2O+ Circle RO Water Filter’s exclusive Smart Valve and unique circular reservoir design are the keys to its efficient design. This special technology eliminates back-pressure on the RO membrane filter, making the Circle RO Water Filter a leader in RO efficiency. The Circle RO Water Filter reduces wastewater to an average of 2.1 gallons for every gallon of drinking water – up to 10 times more efficient than many conventional RO systems currently being sold (and in some cases, even over 10 times as efficient). In addition, the Circle RO Water Filter’s refill rate is more than twice as fast as non-electric systems, and equally as fast as those with electric pumps. We’ve also simplified installation and maintenance with features such as auto-flushing, twist-and-seal filter changes, and “quick-connect” connections. The Brondell H2O+ Circle RO Water Filter delivers water savings, power savings, and space-savings – all in a beautiful, simplified design.
4 STAGE BREAKDOWN
- Stage 1:SEDIMENT FILTER* (Stage 1): The sediment filter reduces particulate materials such as sand, rust and fine particles from the water supply. The first stage also acts as a pre-filter, protecting and extending the life of the following filters.
- Stage 2: PRE-CARBON PLUS FILTER* (Stage 2): This second stage filter significantly reduces harmful VOCs, chlorine and soluble contaminants, which can damage the RO Membrane filter.
- Stage 3: RO MEMBRANE FILTER** (Stage 3): The RO membrane filter works by pushing water through a semi-permeable membrane, thereby separating H2O molecules from contaminants in the tap water. The powerful RO membrane filter significantly reduces pollutants such as: heavy metals, cysts, fluoride, arsenic, industrial chemicals and more.
- Stage 4: POST CARBON BLOCK FILTER* (Stage 4): As the final stage in the filtration process, the post carbon block filter further reduces any lingering water contaminants such as chlorine and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), improving the overall taste and odor of the dispensed water.