Enjoy pure-tasting water with the latest filter pitcher technology in just minutes.
The ZeroWater filtration system combines FIVE sophisticated technologies that work together to remove virtually all dissolved solids from your tap water.
This 8-cup pitcher comes with one Ion Exchange filter, plus a laboratory-grade water testing TDS meter.
ZeroWater’s primary layer of filtration, activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy, removes chlorine taste.
The Ion Exchange stage removes virtually all dissolved solids left over from public water systems or even leached in from piping such as aluminum, lead, zinc, nitrate and more.
Another three stages are included to ensure a “000ppm” reading on your laboratory-grade TDS meter.
The ZD-013 pitcher's underneath filter assembly ensures that water passes through filter and not around filter.
The ZD-013 also features a convenient space-saving design.
ZeroWater Pitchers are equipped with a patented 5-Stage Dual-Ion Exchange filtration system, certified to remove lead, chromium and mercury.
The FDA requires the TDS level in purified bottled water to reach 000-010ppm. ZeroWater is the only water filter pitcher to achieve this level.
NSF 42 and 53 certified.
ZeroWater ZD-013 8 Cup Pitcher Reduces:
Chlorine taste and odor
ZeroWater 8 Cup Water Pitcher Specs:
Dimensions: L: 11" W: 5.5" H: 10"
What's included: TDS meter and chart, pitcher and filter, user manual
Manufacturer: ZeroWater ZD-013
The ZD-013 pitcher uses the replacement filters in the ZR-001 one-pack, the ZR-017 two-pack, the ZR-006 four-pack and the ZR-008 eight-pack.
The ZD-013 is a cost-effective alternative with high contaminant removal compared to the Culligan PIT-1, PUR Pitcher Filters and Brita Water Pitcher Filters.
ZeroWater ZD-013 Replacement Water Filter Information:
User manual included with water filter pitcher.
ZeroWater replacement water filter cartridges are easy to install.
One ZeroWater filter cartridge is included with purchase of the 8-Cup Water Pitcher
The water filter cartridge is lab-certified for 22.5 gallons per filter under the strictest conditions. One filter may treat tap water near 200 total dissolved solids (TDS) for as many as 30 gallons before seeing a reading of 006 on their TDS meter. The lower the TDS of your tap water, the longer the filters will last; you need to test your water to know for yourself.