Compare our water filters

Use our simple guide to choose which TAPP Water filter will work for you.

Choose your TAPP Water Filter

Factor EcoPro EcoPro Compact PitcherPro
Type Faucet filter Faucet filter Jug filter
Delivery rate 4L per minute 4L per minute 1L per minute
Fitting Easy to fit Easy to fit No fitting

Max filter capacity

(See notes below)

400L per month 300L per month 200L per month
Up to 2L/day change filters every>>> 3 months 3 months 3 months
Up to 5L/day change filters every>>> 3 months 2 months 3 months
Up to 10L/day change filters every>>> 3 months 1 month 3 months
Starter Pack (1 Filter) €59 €59 €59
Annual Starter Pack €99 (4 filters)

€149 (12 filters)

€99 (6 filters)

€79 (4 filters)

 

€119 (4 filters)
Annual refill pack €69 (4 filters) €89 (12 filters) €69 (4 filters)
Other refill packs €39 (2 filters) €49 (6 filters) €39 (2 filters)
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Contaminants filtered 100+ 100+ 80+
Enhanced alkalinity
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Refill cartridges without any plastic waste
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Some hints on using the table above:

  1. Filters must be changed within 3 months regardless of capacity
  2. EcoPro Compact filters are changed every month at the maximum capacity of 300L per month, but would need changing every 2 months if 150L were being used and every 3 months if 100L were being used.
  3. EcoPro Compact Annual Starter Packs contain 12 filters, but packs with 4 and 6 filters are available.

 

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Advanced microfiltration

Our coconut derived activated carbon filters contain micro-pores which are less than 2 nanometers (nanometer=1 billionth of a meter=very, very, very small).

The coconut shell used in the process mean these carbon blocks will have a high surface area with a large number of micro-pores, exactly what we look for in a top quality water filter for use with a kitchen tap.

The carbon blocks themselves give up very little dust as they are very hard and the material used is a green, renewable, harvest-able material.

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