|Item Weight||6.31 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 10 x 14 inches|
|Item model number||DOULTON-W9361122|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Color||Stainless Steel Finish|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
Doulton W9361122 Stainless Steel Gravity Filter System
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- The Stainless Steel Gravity System Is Portable And Easy To Keep Hygienically Clean
- W9361122 Stainless Steel Filter System Requires No Power, As It Uses Gravity To Filter The Water
- To Use The Doulton W9361122 Filter System, Simply Pour Water Into The Top Reservoir
- Brand Name: Doulton
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The Doulton W9361122 SS Gravity Filter System is made from polished stainless steel.
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Besides the residual chlorine taste, I believe, the bottled water tastes "cleaner" due a difference in Total dissolved solids between the samples. Doulton did not appreciably reduce the total dissolved solids. In one testing, they were 220 ppm compared to 200 ppm for tap water. Our local bottled water tested below 10ppm. Even a Brita pitcher filter reduced the TDS to about 100ppm. My conclusions are: 1. I need a filter that removes 99+ percent of the chlorine taste,.2. I prefer a filter that will reduce the TDS because the water tastes better to me. 3. In addition, given that the Doulton does not effectively filter out TDS, the question remains, are the total dissolved solids naturally occurring or the product of contamination?
This filtering system probably works well in other applications but I believe a reverse osmosis system would better suit my water filtration needs.