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Philips On-Tap Water Purifiers

Philips had released a series of On-Tap water purifiers, this post provide info for all the On-Tap models that we are selling. These On-Tap modes are compact and easy to install that improves the taste of your drinking and cooking water by removing chlorine and other impurities with active carbon filter

Features:

  • Multiple selection Modes – Choose between, (1) Filtered water, suitable for drinks and cooking, 2 & 3 Unfiltered jet or spray modes*, suitable for dishes and cleaning tasks Switch easily from one mode to another by rotating the selection lever. (*) Spray modes will depends on model
  • Hi-flow with maximum rate of 2 liters per minute – This compact water purifier has a maximum flow rate of 2 liters per minute, which makes little change to the normal flow rate of unfiltered water. By simply rotating the water selection lever, you also have a choice of either a stream or a spray of unfiltered water or spray of filtered water.
  • Quick Fit tap adapters for easy installation on your tap – This advanced water purifier comes with a number of tailor-made Quick Fit tap adapters, to help you having an easy and simple installation of your purifier in your tap. Real sense and simplicity.
  • Advanced Quick Twist mechanism for easy filter replacement – The advanced Quick Twist filter change mechanism makes changing the filter quick, easy and secure, bringing sense and simplicity to your water purifier.

Things to consider and note:

  • Each On-Tap water purifier come with its own compatible replacement filter, although there are a few models that are using a common replacement filters, just take note to get the correct replacement filters
  • All Philips On-Tap water purifier filters are rated for the following:
    • Rated Flow Rate – The total volume that can be filtered which meet the product qualification standard. If the filter is rated as 150 litres, then it means the total volume of water on “filtered mode” that can filter and meet the specs given on product quality standards. After the 150 litres, the filter still serve its function, but the filtration water quality will start to degrade until it hits the recommended “Actual Water Flow Rate”, by which time, you should change the filter
    • Actual Water Flow Rate (Life Span)- The amount of water being used or coming out of a fixture in a certain period of time, before you should change the filter. If you continue to use the filter, the amount of filtered impurities and bacteria accumulated within the filter may likely cause secondary pollution.
  • The suggested life span for each type of filter will also depends on the water quality coming from your local water authority. If there’s a burst pipe repair at your area, or your building maintenance just clean the water tank, try to drain the initial muddy water on “by-pass” mode on the on-tap purifier, instead of going through the filters.
  • The On-Tap purifier operates in at least 2 modes – “filtered mode” where incoming tap water is filtered, and “By-Pass” mode, where tap water will be dispensed as it is, unfiltered. You may want to operate it in filtered mode for drinking or other intended purposes, while for other washing purposes, you may want to use it on “By-Pass” mode, otherwise it will be a waste on the filter.
  • Choosing the type of filter will depends on your household filtered water usage requirements:
    • What kind of filtered water quality do you need, e.g.
      • To remove Chlorine and heavy metals only
      • To remove bacteria, germs, chlorine and heavy metals
    • The number of people using filtered water, which will determine the total volume if “filtered water” requirements
    • How you use filtered water, so that you can estimate what volume of rated flow rate of filtered water you need e.g.
      • you are washing veges, hands with chlorine removal water only, or
      • you want every usage to be bacteria free or chlorine and heavy metal free. or
      • you just want drinking water to be filtered
    • For a single person, you may not require a filter with high Rated Flow Rate of, say 1,500 litres, if your usage is low, e.g. you only consume 3 litres of filtered water daily, while the 1,500L filter may last you 500 days, but prolonged accumulated impurities and bacteria in the filter over such a long period may cause secondary pollution if your usage is very low. It is more recommended for you to get a lower volume filter
    • Recommended Filter Replacement – Philips recommend the filter to be replaced after used for over 90 days, or the lapsed the rated filtered volume.
  • These On-Tap Water purifiers are only suitable for the following faucets

Philips On-Tap Water Purifiers

The follow are the models of Philips On-Tap Water purifier that we carry:

a) AWP3600 with replacement filter AWP302

b) AWP3611 with replacement filter AWP312

c) WP3811 with replacement filter WP3911

d) AWP3877 with replacement filter AWP3921



























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Philips AWP3877 – Ultrafiltration Direct Drinking Water Filter Flagship Edition

On-Tap replacement filters

And these are the replacement filter models, and we show first show the comparison chart

1) AWP302 – Replacement filter for On-Tap purifier model AWP3600

2) AWP312 – Replacement filter for On-Tap purifier model AWP3611

Comparing AWP3600 and AWP3611

3) AWP3921 – Replacement filter for On-Tap purifier model AWP3877 and WP3811

4) WP3911 – Replacement filter for On-Tap purifier model WP3811

On-Tap Purifier Installation guides

For more details – Philips-on-tap-water-purifier – Installation Guides

Other Benefits of On-Tap Water Purifier

Philips Water Filter Jugs

Water Filter Jugs

Filter Jugs replacement Filters

  • WP3903
  • WP3904