Dissolved solids refer to minerals, salts, metals,
cations or anions dissolved in water. Total dissolved
solids (TDS) is a combination of inorganic salts
(principally calcium and magnesium but may also
contain lead, mercury and other heavy metals) plus
small amounts of organic matter that are dissolved
in the water.
*Increased levels of TDS (total dissolved solids) may affect taste and appearance of your water.
Find out why ZeroWater
is Not an Ordinary Filter!
Stage 1 - Activated Carbon
For Chlorine reduction and improved taste
Stage 2 - Ion Exchange Resin
Reduces contaminant's like copper, mercury and cadmium
see how it
Filters out fine particles and sediment
Disperses the water more evenly across the entire width of filter to more efficiently use the filter medium which increases longevity and ability to remove more contaminants
Carbon: filters out a lot of different contaminants and is standard in most conventional filters; particularly good on organics and for improved taste.
Oxidation alloy: reduces, removes chlorine and other heavy metals plus, it keeps mold from forming when the filter is moist
Negative and positive dual bed ion exchange resin that strips foreign ions from the water molecules and returns them to a pure state
To remove ultra-fine particles
Removes 99% of
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)