Nazava Bening 1
Water Filter

Water and Sanitation

Safe drinking water and smart design at a very affordable price. This water filter has two water containers (both 13.5 litres) and one ceramic water filter candle in the middle. The Water Filter Candle used by Nazava® consists of ceramic that is impregnated with silver and with a core of activated carbon. Gravity pushes the water through the filter. The containers are made of food grade plastic that does not leave taste or odour to the water. The filter comes with a tap and a manual in the language of choice.

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Detailed Description: 

Safe drinking water, smart design at a very affordable price. This water filter has two water containers (both 13.5 litres) and one ceramic water filter candle in the middle. The Water Filter Candle used by Nazava® consists of ceramic that is impregnated with silver and with a core of activated carbon. Gravity pushes the water through the filter. The containers are made of food grade plastic that does not leave taste or odour to the water. The filter comes with a tap and a manual in the language of choice. Depending on the need and the amount of water that needs to be filtered per day more candles could be used.

For faster filtering and bigger capacity, check out Nazava Bening 2 with 2 filters and Nazava Bening XL with 3 filters.

Price: 
Rp. 225,000 (FOB Bandung or Banda Aceh)
Price Comments: 
Volume discounts available
Ships From: 
Indonesia
Delivery Lead Time: 
Orders up to 100 shipped within 2 days, up to 1000 within 7 days, please inquire for larger orders
Warranty & Return Policy: 

See http://www.nazava.com/docs/warrantyNazava.pdf

Additional Documents: 
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Technical Overview: 

Filtration speed: 3 litre per hour

Volume of dirty water container: 13.5 litre

Volume of clean water container: 13.5 litre

Average Product Lifespan: 
Water Filter Candle : 7000 liter (1-2 years) / Water Filter Housing 5-10 years
Available Support: 
We can provide training on site, we have instructional videos in installation and use and we provide easy to read manuals with all products
Maintenance Required: 

Water filter candle(s) needs to be replaced after 7000 litre

Weekly cleaning of candle and filter housing required: http://www.nazava.com/english/panduan/panduan_bening_1.php

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