Buy HUL Pureit Classic RO+MF Water Filter, 5 Liters (White) @ 21% Discount.
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About the Device
A water purifier with its advanced technology like 6 stage purification ensures pure and safe drinking water for you and your family.
Advanced 6-Stage Purification
Advanced 6-stage purification through RO + MF technology.
TDS Removal up to 1800 PPM
Turns hard water up to 1800 ppm into soft and sweet water.
Q: How does 'Pureit Classic RO + MF*' purify water?
A: 'Pureit Classic RO + MF' has a 6-stage purification system which ensures you get water that is ‘As safe as boiled water’ and also removes excess total dissolved solids (TDS) to make your water tastier In the first stage, the water passes through the Pre-Sediment Filter which removes fine and coarse particulate impurities/dirt. The second stage is the Pre-RO Carbon Filter that removes chlorine and organic impurities like harmful pesticides. It also adsorbs bad taste and odour-causing organic compounds from water. The third stage is the Post-Carbon Sediment Filter which removes the remaining dirt. Then the water passes through the RO Membrane at high pressure, with the help of an inbuilt pump. The removes dissolved salts, hardness, pesticides and heavy metals like arsenic, lead and mercury. It also removes microbial contaminants like bacteria, virus, protozoa and parasites.The fifth stage is the Micro Filtration (MF) which acts as an additional assurance of safety towards microbial contaminants. The last stage is the Post-RO Carbon Filter, which removes bad odour and enhances the taste of purified water.
Q: What is the storage capacity of ‘Pureit Classic RO + MF*’?
A: 'Pureit Classic RO + MF' has a storage tank capacity of 5 litres. The process of filling the storage tank is fully automatic and when you take water out of the tank, the purification process automatically starts and refills the storage tank provided power is on.
Q: How much time it takes to purify water in ‘Pureit Classic RO + MF*’?
A: 'Pureit Classic RO + MF*' can purify up to 9–12 litres of water per hour. However, the time taken to purify depends on the life of the filters, the input water pressure, TDS and other impurities present in water.