Waterdrop G3P600: Newly Upgraded Reverse Osmosis System

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On January 3rd, Waterdrop unveiled the G3P600, a new and improved version of their popular G3 series. Building upon the success of the 400 GPD G3 model, the G3P600 offers enhanced capacity, water flow, pure-to-drain ratio, and faucet intelligence, all while maintaining the high-performance standards of the G3 series. This latest addition to the G3 line is sure to be a hit with consumers.

The RO System that will never let you down

Waterdrop’s innovative tankless water filter, the G3, deservedly received the Red Dot Design Award following its successful launch on the Amazon US market. The G3 achieved record-breaking sales and offered users a reassuring and delightful experience thanks to its 100% safe materials and filtration process. This impressive product is a testament to Waterdrop’s commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction.

The 600 GPD Waterdrop reverse osmosis system  is certified by NSF/ANSI 58 for TDS reduction and NSF/ANSI 372 for lead-free materials.

In addition, it has been shown to reduce the concentration of substances such as chloroform, alachlor, benzene, and carbofuran in the water to levels that meet or exceed the standards set by NSF/ANSI 53&58. These results are based on measurements of the water entering and leaving the filter. Overall, this system has been rigorously tested and proven to provide high-quality water purification.

The Waterdrop G3 series boasts a powerful three-stage filter system comprising a CF filter, a CB filter, and an RO filter. The superior 3-in-1 composite CF filter uses activated carbon made from high-quality coconut shells from Sri Lanka to effectively remove chlorine, taste and odor, sand, rust, solids, and other impurities. The CB filter enhances water taste without adding harmful chemicals, while the RO filter employs advanced composite filter technology and has a pore size of 0.0001um, allowing it to effectively remove the most harmful contaminants.

Prevailing tankless design

When it comes to choosing between a tank or tankless under-sink water purifier, many people are faced with a tough decision. Tank-based systems can be large and cumbersome, and they can also be prone to secondary pollution. Tankless systems like the G3, on the other hand, offer a sleek and compact design that has gained widespread popularity.

The G3 series RO system has a tankless design that is visually appealing and can save up to 70% of under-sink space. It also ensures the safety of the water by consistently producing purified water without the need for a storage tank. One user even described it as “stylish” in today’s kitchen trends. With the G3 tankless reverse osmosis system , you can get purified water anytime without waiting.

Installing traditional tank RO systems can be difficult and time-consuming, contributing to their decreasing popularity. In contrast, the Waterdrop G3 series is quick and easy to install, taking just 30 minutes and requiring only seconds to change the filters. This convenient process saves time and effort, making it easy to maintain your water filtration system.

Key Features Upgrades

The G3P600, the first product to be released in 2023, represents a significant step forward in water purification capabilities.

Larger capacity

The G3P600 tankless reverse osmosis system is an upgraded version that can produce 600 gallons of filtered water per day.

This is more than enough to meet the water needs of the average American family, which uses about 300 gallons of water per day, with 70% of this usage occurring indoors. With a capacity of 600 gallons per day, the G3P600 RO system is well-equipped to handle the water needs of most families in the United States.

Faster water flow

The G3P600’s 600 GPD large capacity ensures a faster, more stable, and more durable water flow. It takes only 8 seconds for the G3P600 to fill an 8 oz cup with its 0.42 gal/min flow rate, compared to 12 seconds for the traditional 400 GPD G3. Many users have expressed frustration with slow water flow in RO systems, and Waterdrop has addressed this issue by upgrading its flagship product, the G3. The company places a strong emphasis on the user experience and works to meet the needs of its customers.

Better pure-to-drain rate

The G3P600 tankless reverse osmosis system has a 2:1 pure-to-drain ratio, meaning it produces two cups of purified water for every cup of wastewater. This means it generates half as much wastewater as the previous 400 GPD version, helping you save money on your water bills and reducing your environmental impact.

Waterdrop is committed to reducing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable development for the benefit of all humankind, and the G3P600 is a testament to this commitment.

Smart faucet display

The G3P600 reverse osmosis water system comes equipped with a smart display faucet that includes a TDS monitor, allowing users to view the current state of the filter and filtered water. The filter life indicator on the smart faucet is user-friendly and enhances the overall experience. With this feature, you can track the TDS value and filter lifespan in real time, as well as monitor water quality, and stay up to date on filter replacement dates.

About Waterdrop

Since its founding in 2015, Waterdrop has been dedicated to providing high-quality water purification products to people all over the world.

Through years of research, design, and manufacturing, the company has released over 200 different water purification products, including reverse osmosis water filtration systems, whole house water filtration systems, water filter pitchers, faucet water filters, refrigerator water filters, under sink filtration systems, and outdoor filtration systems.

Waterdrop’s ultimate goal is to help businesses and families worldwide access customized water purification solutions that keep their drinking water safe and healthy and improve their overall quality of life.

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