ZeroWater’s water filter pitcher is a great option for the busy household. This pitcher provides you and your family with easy access to filtered water through the “Quick Fill” spigot and Ready-Pour® feature. The pitcher holds 96oz of water, enough to fill the cups and water bottles of everyone in your family. The 12-cup pitcher, along with all ZeroWater® water filter dispensers and pitchers, is equipped with a 5-stage filtration system designed to deliver pure-tasting water.
• Pure tasting water
• Removes total dissolved solids
• BPA Free
• Reduces lead, PFOAS and other contaminants
• Quick Fill spigot
• Ready-Pour® Technology
ALL DISSOLVED SOLIDS
OF DISSOLVED SOLIDS
Premium 5-Stage Water Filtration System
Coarse Filter Screen
Removes suspended solids such as dust and rust that make your water appear cloudy.
Removes additional suspended solids.
Multi-layer Activated Carbon & Oxidation Reduction Alloy
Removes organic contaminants; pesticides, herbicides, Mercury, Chlorine, Chloramine, and stops bacteria from growing.
Dual Comprehensive ION Exchange Resin
Removes inorganic compounds i.e. metals, nonmetals and radiological contaminants.
Ultra-fine Screen & Non-woven Membrane Layers
Removes remaining suspended solids, holds the resin in place.
ZeroWater® Removes the Most Contaminants
of Any Water Filter Pitcher
*3rd Party Certified Lab Results: 5 Gallons of Water at a TDS Level of 240. Influent water TDS level of 240PPM prior to filtration, results shown are after 2 gallons of water filtered.
What is TDS?
Dissolved Solids are a measurement of compounds like minerals, salts and organic compounds that are dissolved into water through contact with rock and other surfaces. Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) can be made up of several different types of compounds (including but not limited to): calcium, magnesium, iron, sodium chloride and sulfides (which are compounds frequently found in groundwater supplies). Increased levels of TDS (total dissolved solids) may affect taste and appearance of your water.
Why Should You Measure TDS?
Measuring water TDS levels is the best way to understand the quality of your drinking water. Total Dissolved Solids are non-organic impurities found in water, which contribute to a difference in the taste, odor and appearance of water. Dissolved solids enter your water supply from a wide range of sources — old piping, run-off from road salts, pesticides, fertilizers, and more.
Low TDS vs High TDS
When it comes to measuring TDS of drinking water it is important to ensure your meter is reading at an acceptable level. A high TDS level means there is an increased amount of total dissolved solids, which can affect the taste and odor of water. A low TDS level means there are fewer dissolved solids and your water is made up of mostly pure water molecules, leaving a much better tasting water.
TDS Comparison: What Matters in Your Water
Independently NSF Certified
Reduces Lead, Chromium and Other Heavy Metals
System Tested and Certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standard 42 for reduction of chlorine taste and odor and against NSF/ANSI Standard 53 for reduction of lead, chromium (Hexavalent) and mercury.
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