Zip HydroTap ZT002 Sub Micron Filter Part No: 91240
We here at Hitchin Plumbing Supplies pride ourselves on being the largest authorised UK dealer for Zip.
We offer delivery across the country, or you are more than welcome to visit us in person and collect from our showroom, where you are invited to take full advantage of our boiling and chilled display models.
Once you have made your purchase from Hitchin Plumbing Supplies and had your tap installed, we can arrange for Zip to send an engineer completely free of charge, to check over and commission your new tap for you.
A filter change warning light on the HydroTap flashes to show when a filter change is due. Filter replacement at least once each 12 months is recommended.
New Zip 0.2-micron filters reduce chlorine taste and odour and filter out particles more than one fifth of a micron in size – that’s one five-thousandth(1/5000th) of a millimetre – twenty five times finer than commonly used 5.0 micronfilters, designed to filter out both Cryptosporidium and Giardia cysts and other impurities, for crystal-clear great-tasting water and healthier drinking.
This is arguably the most advanced and most practical water filtration system available anywhere today, developed to meet our exacting specifications by the world leader in water filter technology.
Zip 0.2-micron filter cartridges are incorporated into the Zip HydroTap installation under the sink,or out of sight within the Zip HydroTap control cabinet installed beneath the tap.
Zip 0.2-micron filter cartridges are hygienically encased for fast and easy filter cartridge replacements. Cartridges are replaced every 12 months, or earlier if a high level of water usage makes it necessary.
Look for the NSF symbol on any water filter label. It is the only way you know for sure that your filter is tested and certified by the globally recognised NSF International organisation against the NSF/ANSI standards 42 and 53.
Zip HydroTap “filter change light” flashes when a filter change is due. It can be set to measure both water volume and the number of days in service, signalling whichever occurs first.