The BMB Zada range is a budget-friendly and compact water filter using ultrafiltration. It is ideal if you’re limited for space under your kitchen sink and you don’t have access to an electricity socket.
If you’re in a soft or medium water area, then the BMB Zada will work great for you. If you’re in a hard water area or have problems with limescale then you’ll need the BMB Zada Pro, which comes with a water softener and tackles limescale.
Included: Filter 1 – Antibacterial 0.2 micron Ultrafiltration Filter
For the BMB Zada, this is the only cartridge replacement you need. For the BMB Zada Pro, you will also need Filter 2, which can be bought separately or in a pack.
The cartridges are quick and easy to replace.
Filter Cartridge Specifications:
The first stage of the system is a 1-micron filter which is infused with zinc nanoparticles that activate in the water for antibacterial properties. This stage has a microorganism kill rate of more than 99% while filtering sediment, dust and particles that are greater than 1-micron size.
The second stage of the system is activated coconut shell carbon powder with one of the highest surface area capacities in the world (1 x 1015 m2). This tremendous capacity allows for 99.9999% absorption and removal chemicals such as chlorine, benzene, radon, solvents trihalomethane compounds, volatile organic chemicals (such as pesticides and herbicides) and hundreds of other man-made chemicals that are regularly found in tap water.
The third stage of the system is a 0.5-micron filter which is also infused with zinc nanoparticles that activate in the water for antibacterial properties. This stage also has a microorganism kill rate of more than 99% while filtering sediment, dust, particles that are greater than 0.5-micron and heavy metals such as chromium, lead, mercury and cadmium.
The fourth stage is an Ultrafiltration (UF) element that is composed of 0.2-micron hollow fiber strains. The UF element will remove 99.99% of bacteria, particles down to microscopic size, heavy metals such as Iron and manganese along with hundreds of other compounds that are regularly found in tap water.