The water delivered to the edge of our homes in the UK has to meet some very strict standards but even so can taste very different from one area to another. The actual taste can be influenced by many things, from the source of the water to the chemicals used to treat it so it is safe to drink. The actual quality is also affected by the pipes it travels through and our own domestic water systems. Calcium and trace elements of heavy metals like lead and copper along with chlorine can result in limescale and impair the flavour. BWT drinking water kits are an ideal solution for reducing these substances where they exist, and even in some cases adding additional minerals like magnesium and in doing so changing good quality water into great water.
Easy to install and live with
BWT Drinking Water Kits are compact in size, making them ideal for where space is limited. They are simple to fit with easy to follow instruction and require little maintenance except for routine filter changes. They deliver filtered water through a dedicated drinking water tap.
A smart choice
When you choose a BWT drinking water system you are assured of a high quality product that makes use of proven and innovative filtration technology. Each kit includes a dedicated tap that delivers fresh tasting water straight to glass at price significantly cheaper than carry home bottled water.
Choosing a BWT drinking water system that includes a filter for reducing limescale is an ideal solution for crystal clear hot and cold drinks and protecting kettles and coffee makers from hard limescale deposits.
The BWT drinking water filter kits can remove bad taste and odours, reduce limescale and add beneficial minerals for between 3 and 6 months depending on the system and filter chosen.
Filtration systems typically comprise of a filter housing and disposable or washable filter, and are intended to be incorporated into a water supply system. Drinking water systems are similar in their design, although slim-line systems often make use of filter cartridges that do not require a separate filter housing. Their compact size makes them ideal for where space is limited. Drinking water systems are usually supplied with a tap and fixing kit for easy installation.
All filter assemblies should only be fitted to an approved and safe potable water supply.
Important: Cartridges should be replaced every three to six months (unless otherwise stated), depending on the quality of the incoming water and the amount of water used. Please refer to the cartridge guide for information on which cartridges to use.
All drinking water kits and water filters should be fitted with a suitable isolation valve and the pressure relieved from the system by opening a suitable tap prior to working on the filter or changing the cartridge.