Why do thousands of people use Davey Microlene to purify their water?
Most water supplies contain dissolved minerals such as chlorine and aluminium that can leave a residual smell and taste in the water. If you get your water from other than municipal supply, your water may also contain parasitic cysts such as cryptosporidium.
Davey Microlene purifiers are manufactured to Davey’s own unique blend and have been independently tested to remove 99.94% cryptosporidium cysts and comply with AS/NZS 4348:1995 Domestic Water Treatment Appliances.
This is achieved through a two stage filter process where the water is filtered first to 10 micron then 1 micron which removes cyst as well as reducing sediment such as rust, grit and algae if present in the water.
Which kit should you choose?
Choosing what underbench kit best suits your needs depends on what you want removed from your water, how long do you want the purifier to last and what type of purifier connection you prefer. Kits are supplied complete with drinking tap, tubing, fittings and brackets for ease of installation.
Microlene® Standard Purifiers contain premium grade granulated activated carbon to help reduce chlorine, asbestos, pesticides, sulphur and other odours which may be present in your water. Microlene Standard Purifiers have a sanitisation life span of two years or 10,000 litres (whichever comes first).
Microlene® Premium Purifiers contain premium grade granulated activated carbon bonded with silver ion (to extended santisation life of the purifier) as well as KDF media to help reduce chlorine, asbestos, pesticides, sulphur, aluminium, lead and other heavy metals which may be dissolved in the water. Microlene Premium Purifiers have a sanitisation life span of three years or 30,000 litres (whichever comes first).
What if you already have an underbench system – can you use Microlene?
Yes you can – the Microlene® Standard Connection Purifiers can be used as replacements for all underbench systems irrespective of brand. It is as simple as connecting your existing tubing to the Microlene Purifiers.
If your existing underbench system does not directly connect with the purifier with tubing or you want to turn an existing standard Microlene into a Quick Connect system, then you can use a Microlene Quick Connect Conversion Kit. There are two Quick Connect Conversion Kits, Standard and Premium it all depends on what you want removed from the water and how long you want the purifier to last.