Benchtop Water Filter

A Benchtop water filter is designed for user-friendly installation and operation. These compact systems can be placed on your countertop or near your sink, providing instant access to filtered water. Enjoy the convenience of clean, healthy water without the hassle of complicated plumbing or extensive modifications.

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Benchtop Water Filter

Instant Hot and Cold Water Dispenser with a Reverse Osmosis Filtration System

A convenient appliance that provides you with endless filtered hot and cold water instantly. It combines the functionality of a water dispenser with a reverse osmosis water filter to ensure clean and purified water.

Our all-in-one benchtop water filter is plumbed-in to ensure a limitless supply of great-tasting and clean drinking water with your choice of water temperatures.

Its compact stylish design allows it to fit snugly on any kitchen counter making it the perfect hot and cold filtered water dispenser for any home or small office.

Benchtop water filter


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Reverse Osmosis

An advanced benchtop system that removes 1000+ chemicals, metals, and contaminants from water using reverse osmosis.

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Hot & Cold

Get instant cold and hot filtered water with a simple button push, for your coffee or to hydrate with a cool glass of water.

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DIY Installation 

Plumbs into your main water supply for limitless pure water. Installation can be done by yourself in 10 minutes and water filter replacements in under 3 seconds

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Reverse Osmosis Water Filters by MDC WATER

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What is reverse osmosis and how does it work in water filters?

Reverse osmosis is a highly effective water purification process utilised by advanced filtration systems. By employing a semipermeable membrane, reverse osmosis filters exert pressure on water, allowing pure water molecules to pass through while blocking impurities, contaminants, and particles. This process ensures the removal of harmful substances such as bacteria, viruses, heavy metals, chlorine, fluoride, pesticides, nitrates, sulfates, and various other contaminants commonly found in tap water.

Are reverse osmosis filters compatible with different water sources?

Yes, reverse osmosis water filters are designed to function efficiently with diverse water sources, including municipal water supplies, well water, tank water, and tap water. Generally, most standard reverse osmosis systems are designed to handle TDS levels up to 600 ppm.

What impurities can reverse osmosis water filters effectively eliminate?

Reverse Osmosis system effectively eliminates around 96% of all dissolved impurities, TDS and salt.
Reverse osmosis water filters excel at removing a wide range of impurities, including but not limited to:
Viruses and Bacteria: polio, rotovirus, norovirus, E. coli, Legionella.
Heavy metals: lead, ferrous iron, arsenic, cadmium, chromium, selenium, mercury
Chemicals: Chlorine, bromine, flouride, iodine, nitrates, sulfates, pharmaceuticals, organic acids, proteins.
Contaminants: Sediment, rust, dirt, bad taste, and odours.
Others:  (VOCs), PCBs, BPA, and many other contaminants.

Do reverse osmosis water filters deplete essential minerals from water?

While reverse osmosis filters are highly efficient at eliminating contaminants, they also might remove beneficial minerals such as calcium and magnesium from water. However, advanced reverse osmosis systems often incorporate additional stages, such as remineralisation, to reintroduce essential minerals into the purified water, ensuring a more balanced and healthier drinking water experience.

Do reverse osmosis systems waste water?

Yes, reverse osmosis systems produce both purified water and wastewater. The ratio varies depending on the system, but it’s typically around 3:1 or 4:1 (wastewater to purified water). However we supply modern RO systems designed to be more water-efficient and reduce waste, it’s up to 1:3 (wastewater to purified water)

Can I install a reverse osmosis water system myself?

Yes, many reverse osmosis systems are designed for DIY installation. Our RO systems are DIY, easy to install, and come with detailed installation instructions, reverse osmosis filter installation videos, and all the necessary components. However, if you’re not comfortable with plumbing or have specific concerns, it’s advisable to hire a professional plumber or handyman to ensure proper installation.

What RO water filter faucets options are available?

1. Standard Faucets: These are basic faucets that come with a separate handle for filtered RO water, Our filtered water taps are available in many finishes and colours, See our options
2. Three Way Mixer Taps: These faucets have two handles—one for hot and cold water, and another dedicated handle for filtered water. They eliminate the need for a separate filtered water faucet, See our options

Does a RO system need a power source to operate?

Most advanced reverse osmosis systems require a power source to operate. The power is typically used to drive the water through the membrane, which is a crucial part of the reverse osmosis process. Additionally, some systems may have additional components such as pumps, TDS meters, lifespan indicators, or electric valves that also require power.

However, there are some non-electric reverse osmosis systems available that do not rely on electricity, they run on the water pressure (more than 40 psi).






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