TAPP Water - EcoPro
Sustainable, long life water filter that screws right onto your tap.
Ultra-advanced microfiltration · Filters out chlorine, lead + 80 more · Each refill lasts 3 months
- Filters lime and more than 100 pollutants such as microplastics and pesticides
- Eliminates bad taste and odor like chlorine
- Retains important minerals in the water
- Easy installation directly on the tap without tools
- Simply switch between filtered and unfiltered water with a lever
- Sustainable filter cartridges with a lifespan of 3 months
- Reminder to change the cartridge through the rotating ring on the filter cap
- Developed in Europe and tested by certified laboratories
Dimensions and materials
Dimensions and materials
- Dimensions: 12.4 x 7.4 x 10.9 cm
- Weight: 363g
- Thread Diameter: 22mm
The materials we use for the filter reinforce our commitment to sustainability, quality and durability.
A + B. The filter housing + the lever (filtered / unfiltered) are made of ABS and PC plastic, free of toxic such as BPA and phthalates, made of natural raw materials.
C. The casing is the part that covers the spare part (carbon block) and which has to be saved and reused every time we put in a new spare part. This part is also made of ABS and PC plastic, free of toxins like BPA and phthalates.
D. The refill (carbon block), the part that filters the water, is made of coconut shells (70%) that biodegrade into CO2 and water, and UHMW (30%) that is inert and stable and does not accumulate in marine life . We also use two small pieces of silicone to ensure that the carbon block remains in place thus ensuring maximum filtration efficiency. These decompose into amorphous silica, carbon dioxide, and water.
Filtration and contaminants
Filtration and contaminants
EcoPro uses in its spare parts an ultra-advanced microfiltration technology in 5 stages with activated carbon.
The activated carbon block, made from coconut shell, is capable of absorbing chemical, gaseous, metallic and organic elements thanks to its microscopic structure and its highly porous surface.
When tap water passes through the filter, pollutants are retained in the spherical particles of activated carbon such as lime, chlorine (responsible for the bad taste), microplastics, sand, rust and sediment, lead, mercury, salmonella, legionella, pesticides , herbicides, drug residues, nitrates and more than 100 substances.
The result is clean, filtered water, ready for consumption.
- Filtration speed: 4 l / min. or 15 seconds to fill a litre.
- Refill expiration: after 3 months from the first use
- Refill filtration capacity: up to 1200 litre (approx. 13 litres / day) for 3 months
- Carbon block density: 1-2 µm (microns)
- Filtered substances: +100
Water quality and filtration efficiency can only be guaranteed up to a usable capacity of 3 months.
Our quality parameters for filtering substances and pollutants exceed 95% in most cases (depending on the type of pollutant it can be higher, as in the case of chlorine filtering, with 99%).
If you use the refill beyond these 3 months, the efficiency of filtering contaminants such as pesticides and herbicides, VOCs and microplastics will no longer meet our quality parameters.
In addition to the aspects mentioned in relation to absorption and efficiency, you must bear in mind that activated carbon is a material of organic origin that can be a breeding ground for microorganisms, which over time can lead to the proliferation of bacteria.
This is a normal situation with organic materials like activated carbon, regardless of how much you use the filter.
We advise you that if you do not use the filter for a few days, let the water pass for 30 seconds before consuming it to clean the bacteria that may have accumulated.
- Use hot water only in the NO filtered position
- Avoid washing the filter with soap
- If you haven't used the filter in several days, let the filtered water run for 30 seconds
- Avoid exposing the filter to heat
- The old replacement should be discarded in the gray container because apart from being made of coconut shells (70%), it is also composed of other materials such as UHMW (30%) and silicone parts.
The main problem with the product is no indicator that the filter is due for changing. Secondly the filter water outlet doesnt have linear flow. It had for first few days then the water started splashing around
The water filter is really easy to install and use. It’s crazy how much of a difference you can notice with the water once it’s filtered
quick respond before my order for my questions. easy to install and the water taste good. I ordered the annual pack. I don't have to worry about the filter for the whole year. It would good the company can provide a reminder for my annual filter order.
Easy to install. Such a difference.
Would really recommend this product it has changed the way of buy and water 100% recommend
The filter helps make the water taste better
Screw it on your faucet
Install in less than 2 minutes
Get filtered water
Change from filtered water to normal tap water by turning the lever
New replacement every 3 months
Each cartridge has a Guaranteed efficacy for 3 months
How to install the TAPP Water EcoPro
How to go from unfiltered to filtered water
How to replace the filter on the TAPP Water EcoPro
Chlorine and Chloramine - 95%
Chlorine is added to disinfect tap water from harmful viruses and bacteria.
Chlorine by-products - 95% or more
Over 100 by-products incl 32 known chlorine by-products (VOCs) such as THMs identified as potentially cancerous
Microplastics - 95% or more
Plastic pieces of a few microns in length
Heavy metals - 90% or more
Occur naturally in trace amounts in water or caused by pipelines corrosion such as lead, zinc, manganese, copper, etc
EcoPro frequently asked questions
How do I know if I will like the taste?
There are several causes of the bad taste of tap water. Water hardness, which is the concentrated amount of dissolved minerals like calcium or magnesium, is one of them. The higher the concentration of these elements, the greater the hardness.
Chlorine also has a direct effect on the bad taste of our tap water. Other causes can be excess calcium or potassium in the water.
Our filters eliminate these substances, so the water that will come out of our tap will be clean, transparent and with a good taste.
How can I know if my tap will be compatible?
Our filter is compatible with standard screw taps. Check if your tap model is compatible before buying.
The thread of our filter is F22, the most common measurement. If your tap has another size, fill out the following questionnaire to identify which adapter is compatible with your tap and thus send you a new one for free.
My tap is standard threaded, but how do I know if I will need an adapter?
To identify if you need an adapter, it is important that you fill out the following questionnaire.
How do I use the manual reminder on the EcoPro?
The top of the filter is provided with a series of numbers (one per month of the year) and lines (one per week of the month). You can use these to mark when you last changed your filter. This will make it easier for you to remember when you need to change your filter (generally after 3 months). Enjoy uninterrupted filtered water with EcoPro!
Do I still need to change the filter every 3 months even if I don't use it that often?
The refill is made of carbon, a material of organic origin that can be a breeding ground for microorganisms, which over time can lead to the proliferation of bacteria. These bacteria accumulate behind the filter and can contaminate the water.
It is a normal situation with activated carbon filters, regardless of how many of you are at home, or whether the filter has not been used for a while.
What are the filters made from?
The materials we use in our filters reflect our commitment to sustainability, quality and durability. The cartridge housing is made of ABS and PC plastic, which is free of BPA and phthalates and is manufactured from natural raw materials. The carbon block found inside the cartridge housing and which filters your water is made of coconut shells (70%) — which biodegrade in CO2 and water — and UHMW (30%) — which is inert and stable and doesn’t accumulate in marine life. Our product also contains two small silicone parts that hold the carbon block in place to ensure maximum filter efficiency. These parts decompose in amorphous silica, carbon dioxide and water.
How do I dispose of the cartridges?
Our filters are not biodegradable or compostable. However, they are made of highly recyclable plastic and other materials that remain inert in nature and do not bioaccumulate. Click here to see how to dispose your filter cartridge to recycle it and help to preserve the environment.