The APEC countertop reverse osmosis system is a small lightweight model that’s designed for portability. This model is compatible with most standard faucets and requires no installation, which is a huge bonus for most consumers. Typically, more complex models can take several hours to install, and it can even be necessary to hire a professional plumber to take on the complicated process. Because of this, an innovative water filtration system that’s designed with portability in mind makes it the perfect addition to any home, plus it can be used during travel.
Overview and Features
This countertop model by APEC provides great tasting and safe drinking water and features a capacity of ninety gallons of water a day, for homes that are equipped with a minimum of thirty-five PSI water pressure. During the four-stage filtration process, the system removes up to ninety-nine percent of toxins and chemicals that are commonly found in tap water including selenium, chlorine, arsenic, chromium, and fluoride.
Made with NSF certified grade materials, this system has also been pressure tested in order to guarantee high durability.
During the beginning of the filtration process, this model will remove rust, particles, and dust. The next stage focuses on the removal of odors, chlorine, VOC chemicals, and color. The third stage will remove up to ninety-nine percent of contaminants including bacteria, radium, lead, and viruses. The fourth and last stage will remove any residual taste.
- This reverse osmosis system is incredibly easy to use.
- The fact that no installation is required is a huge selling point.
- The simple attach and go hooking up process can be accomplished in just a few minutes.
- If you have any problems during the installation process you can watch the easy to follow instructional video which will walk you through the setup.
- Some homeowners reported that they were able to get as much as two liters of water in as little as fifteen minutes.
- This is a compact countertop model that’s not designed for heavy use.
- Because it has a lower water output, it’s not a good buy for larger households.
- This system only features a four-stage filtration process, while the average RO system is a five-stage.
- This water filter lacks a remineralization stage designed to reintroduce essential minerals back into drinking water.
- If you’re looking for a full sized under the sink RO system, take a look at the APEC Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System.