Doulton Water Filter Review

April 15, 2023
David Sunnyside

When you are looking for a water filter that can give you clean and fresh tasting drinking water, consider the Doulton HCS Countertop Drinking Water Filter. This filter is designed to fit most standard countertops and it effectively removes suspended solids, chemical contaminants and even pathogens such as parasites and bacteria.

Its small pore size (0.2 to 0.5 micron) can efficiently filter the tiny particles present in your tap water. It also helps you eliminate bad odour and taste from your drinking water.

This ceramic water filter is impregnated with silver ions, which provide strong bacteriostatic and self-sterilizing properties. It is therefore an ideal solution for emergency situations and outbreaks of disease in places where access to safe water is limited.

The Doulton brand of water filters have been trusted by relief organizations around the world for over 150 years. They have been proven to reduce the number of pathogenic bacteria that cause cholera, typhoid and other diseases.

In 1827, Henry Doulton, the founder of the company, developed the first ever ceramic filter for removing bacteria from drinking water. His innovation was quickly adopted by military and Crown agents, hospitals and laboratories around the world.

Today, this Royal Doulton brand continues to produce high quality water filtration systems. These include whole house water purifiers and portable gravity water filters, all manufactured in an ISO 9000 certified facility in the United Kingdom.

The Doulton water filter candles are made of a porous ceramic material that has a natural small pore size to efficiently remove bacteria, viruses and other impurities from your water. These filter candles are combined with advanced media options such as granular activated carbon and heavy metal reduction media to offer a complete filtration system that removes a wide range of contaminants from your drinking water.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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