DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS IN PHOENIX AREA
Drinking water quality can no longer be taken for granted. You may need a drinking water system to protect your family. Private well water can be affected by any number of contaminants. Even municipally treated water that meets all federal guidelines can contain bacteria, viruses and protozoa, along with a host of other contaminants.* We can provide you with the best drinking water possible without the plastic bottle waste or hassle of lugging bottled water home. Our water specialists can help you identify what’s in your water with a free water analysis. We can then build the drinking water system that best suits your treatment needs.
* These contaminants are not necessarily in your water.
Kinetico Water has an exclusive, patented advanced filter certified to take out 99.99% of bacteria and viruses, including Coronavirus (SARS)
The Purefecta Virus/Bacteria Guard cartridge is tested and certified by WQA against NSF P231-Microbiological Water Purifiers based on recommendations set forth in the USEPA Guide Standard and Protocol for Microbiological water purifiers.
K5 Drinking Water Station
The K5 is our most advanced purified drinking water system ever. Certified to remove more contaminants than any other system, it can produce more than 40 gallons of water a day—nearly three times the industry average. And thanks to FlexFiltration, its multistage filtering system is fully customizable and expandable to fit your water’s specific filtration needs should they ever change.
The AquaKinetic is a small, convenient drinking water purification system with a three-stage filtering approach that provides clean, refreshing, filtered water for drinking and cooking. Featuring a reverse osmosis membrane and filter cartridges, this system combines quality water with low-maintenance operation.
Our most affordable model, the single stage MACguard system filters and protects your family’s water. By accurately measuring water use, it eliminates the guesswork for filter changes. As the filter needs to be replaced, this system slows water flow to a trickle to prevent overuse that can compromise water quality.