As people become more health-conscious these days, they are careful as to quality of water they will drink. Consuming bottled water was has been the way of life for many, but the expensive bottled water proved to be not as pure as thought. Some even contained harmful plastics.
Tap water has been available to the general public for many decades now and for many, installing a water purifier is the best way to eliminate contaminates and a remove bad taste and odor from water. Water filters give you cleaner, odorless water that is much more appealing to drink.
There is a wide array of brands and origins to choose from but not all the water you get is of the same quality.
A wholly-Japanese technology faucet-mounted water purifier under the original brand name of Torayvino (manufactured by Toray Industries of Japan) was introduced two years ago in the Philippines. The makers of Japan's number one faucet water filter brand pioneered the world's first faucet-mount type water purifier using hollow fiber membrane filters in 1988 and have made their name, Torayvino, synonymous with pure with a whooping 66 percent market share among faucet-mounted filtration systems in Japan. Torayvino has sold over 1 billion water purifier units worldwide.
In the Philippines, Torayvino transitions to IVO, the WORD in water innovation and evolution. The Philippine re-launch this April 17, 2018 is more of a local marketing strategy to make the name more relatable and for easier name recall.
IVO Water Purifier fits most faucets. As the water passes through the granular activated carbon, it efficiently removes residual chlorine, harmful chemicals and bad odor. Finally, the optimal hollow fiber membrane structure removes contaminants larger than 0.1 micron, such as bacteria and other microorganisms, rust, turbidity, and microscopic impurities.
Such technology, which is likewise used in dialysis machines and artificial kidneys, provides low elution and high flow rate of water. IVO faucet-mounded water filter (retails at P1,980) could provide up to 1,500 liters of purified water. After that, you need to change the cartridge (P1,380). This means clean and safe drinking water costs only P0.92 per liter, as opposed to about P1.85 per liter from water-refilling stations.
It has a lever which easily switches to unfiltered water when you’re only using it to wash the dishes.
The unfiltered water pressure is an ultrafine spray, with 0.4 mm diameter provides soft feeling to your skin, splashes less water and creates the proper water volume for washing dishes, which means IVO is still eco-friendly even when you’re not using the filtered water mode. In fact, the unfiltered spray mode gives you 30% water savings because it has more coverage than water flowing straight from an unfiltered faucet.
The Philippines or Moduvi, Inc., a Philippine-based company, has exclusive rights to IVO, with the Japanese parent company Toray, allowing its distribution to other countries.
Only three letters separate you from better access to health and life quality. The purest and cleanest water flows easily with IVO.
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