Table Top RO Water Purifier – DCLTPRO


Table Top RO Water Purifier – DCLTPRO

  • India’s only;  7 multi stage water filtration system with Korean technology.
  • Natural mineral water pot
  • 15L container capacity
  • Rust proof ABS/PP food grade plastic
  • GMP products
  • Supports borewell, tanker and municipal water
  • Free and zero maintenance
  • No running water, No over head tank and No electric power required


1.Ceramic filter: Highly compressed ceramic diatom

Filters and Removers dirt solids, Bacteria’s and Amoeba

  • Freedom from Typhoid, cholera and Amoebiasis

Mineral stones: Germanium (330-600 mts below sea level from Korean Island)

  • Promotes cancer prevention
  • Absorbs and removes – Heavy metals, Toxins, Odor & Impurities
  • Oxygenate the water & balance the PH
  • Releases 20 different kinds of ionized minerals.

Activated carbon

  • Removes chlorine, THMs, Organic chemicals, unpleasant odor and colors
    THMS- Trihalomethanes (Causes Bladder and colon cancer, adverse pregnancy, miss carriage, birth defects and low birth weight )
  • Provides crystal clear mineral water

Silica sand

  • Removes acidic components to balance PH


  • Removes poisonous and toxic heavy metals viz mercury, lead etc.,

Mineral Sand

  • Releases basic minerals & helps balance PH

Magnetic Tap:

  • Removes Scaling& Chemicals
  • Reduces Hardness of Water & improves taste
  • Improves Bioactivity & Bio availability
  • Improves Blood Circulation

Additional information

Weight 0.15 kg
Dimensions 120 mm

1) What is wrong with my drinking water?
Ans. Water we drink may contain various physical, Micro Biological Toxic chemical &dissolved impurities extremely harmful to our body. With so many waterborne diseases like Jaundice, Typhoid, Cholera, Gastroenteritis challenging the human race, one should be extra conscious.

2) What types of technologies are available for purifying water?
Ans.The most commonly used methods of purification are Chlorination, Boiling, Ultra filtration (UF), Ultra Violet (UV) Disinfection and Reverse Osmosis (RO) Purification.

3) Why UV filters can’t guard you?
Ans. UV water purification systems only de-activate bacteria and viruses, but don’t remove harmful chemical and dissolved solids present in your drinking water. Only the Reverse Osmosis purification technology can ensure complete purification of your drinking water.

4) What is RO?
Ans. Reverse Osmosis works by forcing water against as semi permeable membrane. The excess invisible chemicals and dissolved solids present in the water are prevented from passing through this membrane only water molecules are allowed to pass through giving you pure and healthy drinking water.

5) What type of purifier should I use for purifying hard water?
Ans.You can use a water softener to make the hard water soft. In this process, you’ll be using Sodium Chloride or common salt to regenerate the ion exchange resin, resulting in making hard water soft. Another option is water treatment devices. You can use purifiers using Nano filtration and Reverse Osmosis technology to soften water.

6) What type of purifier should I use for purifying soft water?
Ans.In general, soft water is sweet in taste, but it has various other problems including, water chlorination, iron staining, bacterial contamination and others. To treat this type of water, you’ll need a smart water purifier that kills bacterial components and makes the impure water fit for drinking.

7) When should the filter cartridges be changed?
Ans.The decision depends on the capacity of your fridge filter, shower filter, and drinking water filter. Filtering capacity can range from 1000 litres to 6000 litres or more, depending on the model and brand you choose. Usually, filter cartridge replacements are to be done every six months.

8) How much energy will a water purifier consume?
Ans.The main electricity consumption happens when the boiler inside the dispenser gets heating up, and it usually takes up to 480W. In addition to this, the purifier consumes a small amount of electricity (less than 1W) to power on the lights.

9) How often should I clean the water purifier?
Ans.The frequency of changing your filter cartridges depend on water quality and usage. But, the cleaning depends on your hygienic preferences and cleaning time availability. Generally, the entire boiler tank must be cleaned at least once in a month during winters, and twice a month in summers due to high water usage.

10) What all dissolved impurities get removed from drinking water during purification process?
Ans. Regular water contains a lot of impurities, including rust, pesticides, arsenic, fluoride, heavy metals, and others that may cause harmful effects to your health. Also, contaminated water could cause cholera, typhoid, hepatitis A & B, jaundice and other hazardous diseases, if consumed without treatment.

11) What technologies are available for purifying water?
Ans.You can choose various purification methods depending on the availability, budget, and requirement of water treatment. Chlorination, Ultra-filtration (UF), Ultra Violet (UV) Disinfection, Boiling and Reverse Osmosis (RO) Purification are some of the commonly used purification technologies in the currently available range of water purifiers.

12) What are the limitations of water purifiers that uses only UV technology?
Ans. UV purification kills bacteria and viruses, but it does not remove dissolved impurities in water. It may remain unfit for drinking because of the presence of heavy metals, pesticides, rust, arsenic, fluoride and other common impurities. In additional to this, the purification process does not make the ‘khaara’ water sweet.

13) What does the double purification by RO + UV/UF do?
Ans.Unlike the traditional water purification processes, the RO + UV/UF technology ensures double purification of water to leave less scope of impurities to stay intact in your consumable water. The entire process kills bacteria and viruses completely and ensures that the water is 100% safe to drink all the time.

14) Why it is important to choose a brand that offers good after sale service?
Ans.You must keep your water purifier up to date to ensure optimal health of your family. Selecting the brand that offers instant servicing for your purchased products helps in ensuring that all your water purification problems will get resolved on priority.

15) What is the average capacity of the water purifiers?
Ans.The average capacity of the water purifier depends on the brand, model, and make of the device. Usually, the upper chamber of the device can hold up to 9 litres of water, and the bottom chamber can have water anywhere ranging from 9 litres to 23 litres.

16) Is the plastic of the water purifier safe to use?
Ans. Usually, high-quality plastic (engineering grade) that is is food-safe & non-toxic. This plastic does not to affect the actual odour of the water.

17) What to do if the water purifier experiences leakages?
Ans. Firstly, turn off the power switch and unplug the power cord immediately. Next, close the tap valve and check for improper fitments. If you’re unable to find the cause of leakage, then call the customer care executive and place a complaint request.
Pure and clean drinking water is a basic necessity for all living beings. Research has already proved that a man can survive without food for 7 days but he/she cannot live without water for more than 3 days. In the purview of the growing pollution, the water sources from which the residents get water are becoming polluted. Chief contributor to this indiscriminate pollution is the industrial waste.
Although the residents of most of the metropolitan cities in India get potable water which are treated for impurities in the water treatment plant, the water is not 100% clean and it still contains impurities and alien particles. Drinking such water directly from the tap can lead to various water borne diseases, and medical research underpins the fact that water borne disease is one of the most major factors for child fatality. Small children owing to the not so developed immune system are most vulnerable to become victims of diseases. It is precisely because of this reason that water purifiers are a vital thing to have in every home.
Over the years the technology of water purifiers has evolved a lot. One of the most primitive water purifying technique employed by people was to boil the water. Today, the modern day water purifying machines employ advanced techniques that not only eliminate the impurities in the water but also kill the micro organisms and thereby dispense pure and clean drinking water.
With further advancement in the technology came the UV and RO filter technology. These water purifying machines uses Ultra violent and Reverse Osmosis, these purifies filter even the most micro particles and improve the taste of the water. The best thing about these devices is that they are easy to install and use. The devices have a dispenser attached to it and users can directly get water from the dispenser. Today, most of the commercial organizations, schools install water purifiers in their premises so that everyone can get pure drinking water.
Apart from the electrically operated water purifying systems, one of the recent trends that are fast gaining popularity is the solar water purifier. Just like other solar energy operated device water purifier comes with a high price tag but once installed they work efficiently for a long time. Besides, they help in saving a significant amount spent on power bill every month. The solar water purifiers have to install at a place where the unit receives direct sunlight, typically most people install it on the roof.
While choosing a water purifier for home one must keep certain important things in mind before buying it. Features like easy installation, water pressure and storage capacity, UV and RO filtration size and the price.
Things to keep in mind before buying water purifiers
Are you planning to purchase a water purifying system? And you are confused amongst RO, UV and UF – the three types of systems available. Well, in this guide we will investigate water purifiers available and help you choose a most suitable one for yourself.
1. Water Quality – If you receive hard water with a high quantity of salt or total dissolved solids (TDS), then you should go for an RO water filter. An RO water filter system filters water through a semi-porous film that comes with a pore size of .ooo5 microns. Such small pores can evacuate the tiniest of broke up salt, metals, and sediments.
In cases, you receive water with TDS within limits then carbon enacted filters should be capable of purifying your water. For regions where water provided to home is flexible and has TDS under an allowable limit, carbon activated filters can function well.
2. Contamination – The supply of municipal water could contain nitrate, broke up pesticides and lead traces. If your locality has a history of high occurrences of these contaminants, then it is wise to opt for RO+UV filter system. They provide twice the efficacy as compared to regular RO-based water purification systems. While they may be more expensive, there is no doubt that they will be a safe choice to treat highly contaminated levels of water.
3. Water Pressure – Both UV and RO filters require water supply at a decent pressure. If installing an RO filter is a must then you could also go for a pump that boosts up the pressure and helps the RO filter to perform. In case, if low-pressure conditions in the water supply, it is advisable to go for a carbon-based purifier.
4. Electricity – Both RO and UV filtration require power to work which means they cannot perform if there are issues in the power supply.
5. Filtration – With RO+UV filtration you can eliminate harmful metal traces, TDS and make the water taste potable. Make sure that you have at least three stages of purification built into the water purification system.
These are some essentials you ought to remember before settling on a particular choice of water purifier for your home or office.


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