Model: WD-06 Temperature: 38-100 °F / 0.6-38 °C Filter capacity: 2 months The Waterdrop WD-06 is compatible with following model numbers: Brita Classic 35557, 35516, 060258359916, 987554, OB03, 35503, 4243...
Model: WD-07 Temperature: 38-100 °F / 0.6-38 °C Filter capacity: Every 2 months The Waterdrop WD-07 is compatible with following model numbers: Mavea Maxtra Brita Maxtra+, 105731, 1001495, 1001122, 106832....
Waterdrop water filter pitchers bring fresh-tasting
water to your home. Waterdrop water purifier pitcher provides you with a 7-stage filter cartridge, which
enables faster water flow and a 5X longer life. The innovative 7-stage filtration technology allows the
pitcher to effectively filter out harmful substances, such as chlorine, taste, and odor, limescale, mercury,
lead, chlorine, copper, zinc, cadmium, and to retain beneficial substances.
Waterdrop water filter jug includes a premium ACF
(activated carbon fiber) which enables faster water flow and Improves filtration performance. Waterdrop
water filter jug is the right jug filter for your family!
Water filters can improve the taste of your water, and some can even
protect you from harmful contaminants, including lead. The best water filter pitchers should have more
material reduction ability such as fluoride, mercury and VOCs.
Waterdrop water filter pitchers incorporate multiple processes to filter
water. First, water flows through a filter mesh screen that prevents black flecks. Secondly, activated
carbon granules act like a filter to reduce mercury and chlorine taste and odor. Also, Ion Exchange Resin
captures copper, zinc and cadmium. Premium activated carbon fiber improves filtration performance on
chlorine taste and odor. Finally, water flows through a filter mesh layer.
Yes. It’s better to filter your tap water. Drinking water is delivered
via pipes underground. Many of those pipes were laid in the early to mid‐ 20th century with a lifespan of
75‐100 years. Some of these pipes still contain lead and copper but there are also issues with leakage and
Drinking water is delivered via pipes underground. Many of those pipes
were laid in the early to mid‐ 20th century with a lifespan of 75‐100 years. Some of these pipes still
contain lead and copper but there are also issues with leakage and contamination.
*For detailed information, please refer to the performance data
sheet in the instruction manual. The following claims have not been tested and certified by NSF: compatibility
claims. The above statement is accordance with the NSF General Policy 25. Please note the certification
information is only applicable to Waterdrop, not representing other brands on this page.