Drinking Water System

Experience pure drinking water at home with the AmicaWater filter system. Say goodbye to bad tastes and smells as our powerful filtration removes impurities, chlorine, lead, and more, rivaling bottled water quality. With a smart TDS display, you'll know when to change the filter for continuous access to fresh and clean water. Enjoy the convenience and cost-effectiveness of pure drinking water with AmicaWater.

Home Water Dispenser - Hot & Cold

AmicaWater water dispenser built with 2 tap faucet for hot, and cold water at your hands, with top bottle layout that lets you insert the bottle at top of the dispenser, with a high-efficiency cooling unit and a stainless steel hot water tank, and a child safety device for the hot water faucet. Features: • Child safety lock for hot water faucet. • It contains 2 tap Faucet for hot and cold water. • Double safety device for preventing overheat. • High-efficiency compressor cooling. • High power stainless steel hot water tank to preserve the hot water for longer periods.


Lead in Water

Some treatment devices can reduce the amount of lead in your drinking water.  Reverse osmosis and distillation units can be used for that purpose.  

Usually, lead gets into your water after it leaves your local treatment plant.  The most likely source of lead in your household water is lead pipe, lead solder, or brass fixtures in your own plumbing.  In older communities, lead service lines may connect your home with the water mains under the street.  When water says in ipes for many hours, it can absorb small amounts of lead from the plumbing.  Softened water absorbs lead more easily.

Don’t drink or cook with water that has been in your plumbing for more than six hours.

You can clear the water out of your pipes by letting the cold water faucet run for 1 to 2 minutes.  You must do this before you take drinking water from any faucet in the house.  Showering or flushing the toilet will not clear out.

Lead is a common metal, used in many consumer products.  It can be found in lead-base paint, air, soil, household dust, food, some type of pottery, and water.  If it is inhaled or swallowed, lead can build up in your body over time.  If too much lead enters your body, it can damage the brain, nervous system, red blood cells, and kidneys.

Amount of lead that won’t hurt an adult can be very harmful to a child.  Smaller bodies can absorb lead more rapidly than bigger ones.

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