Bluewater Purifiers on Display at New York Housewares Summer Show

June 13, 2016
Company's purifiers generate 52 gph of clean drinking water

Sweden’s Bluewater water purification brand debuted at the annual Housewares Summer Show in New York City.

A Bluewater Pro water purifier generates 52 gal of clean tap drinking water every hour, 24/7, while using 82% less water than a traditional reverse osmosis water purifier.

Bluewater’s compact water purifiers use SuperiorOsmosis filtration technology designed for use in home and commercial environments, including schools, hospitals and restaurants. They remove toxins, chlorine, bacteria and viruses, toxic metals, fluoride, nitrate, and organic compounds from tap drinking water. Two units were donated to Flint, Mich., in January 2016 for use in community care centers.

Bluewater’s patented filtration technologies capture contaminants down to 0.0001 micron and can deliver 1,248 gal of purified water per day.

“Bluewater’s point-of-use water purifiers can daily make a health difference for thousands of people across New York state and America who want to avoid contaminated drinking water as well as contribute to a cleaner environment by reducing the need for plastic bottles of water,” said Lin Guo, Bluewater’s U.S.A. chief.

Bluewater water purifiers are available through a growing network of dealers across North America as well as from online stores such as and In New York City, they are available at EZ Water Pure in Brooklyn.

Source: Bluewater

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