Kinetico’s reverse osmosis drinking water system is certified to remove more contaminants than any other system on the market today. The membrane technology is so effective that all you get from the faucet is pure H2O. Nothing more, nothing less. On demand.
Clean, crystal clear, worry-free
It is clear that we can no longer take the quality of our drinking water for granted. Private well water can be affected by many contaminating factors, while some city water treated to meet all federal guidelines has even been found to contain bacteria, viruses and protozoa, along with a host of other contaminants.
Unpleasant tastes and odors or cloudy water may be signs of impurities, many harmful contaminants are invisible and can only be detected through professional laboratories.
Everyone knows that bottled water is expensive and wasteful. So, un-bottle your life and enjoy the best-tasting, best-quality drinking water on earth and a clear conscience.
One drinking water system is so advanced that it can eliminate virtually every impurity in your drinking water: The Kinetico K5 Drinking Water Station
- Seven stages of filtration.
- Certified to remove more contaminants than any other system.
- It’s customizable to your home’s specific filtration needs.
- It’s expandable as your water filtration needs change over time.
Four decades of experience makes De Anza Water Conditioning the leading drinking water system specialist in the Bay Area. With the addition of optional auxiliary filter cartridges, our Kinetico reverse osmosis drinking water system removes can remove fluoride, chlorine, chloramines, chromium, perchlorate, lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, copper, and any other contaminant in the water, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs) like pesticides, paints, cleaning supplies, and other materials.
Our K5 is not only certified to remove more contaminants than any other system but you can also expect an improved flow as the system produces up to 40 gallons of drinking water daily.
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