ZeroWater filter jugs range

ZeroWater Filtered Water Jugs

5 Stage Advanced Filtration Jugs

ZeroWater is the only filter in its class to achieve PURIFIED water, reaching a TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) level of 000-010ppm.

ZeroWater’s first layer of filtration, activated carbon and oxidation reduction alloy removes the chlorine taste you are accustom to with tap water.

The Ion Exchange stage removes virtually all dissolved solids that may be left over from public water systems or even leached into your water from piping such as Aluminium, Lead, Zinc, Nitrate and more. Three additional stages are included to remove other contaminants and to ensure your water receives the appropriate amount of treatment time to deliver a “000” reading on your water quality meter.

Drinking Tap

What is a drinking tap?

  • Drinking taps are designed for well… drinking. Bypass your softener and retain your hard water supply in a dedicated tap
  • Upgrade your tap to get on-demand chilled, boiling, or even sparkling water
  • With a dedicated water filter, you can get the very best water supply, with the convenience of an inline filter
running water sink

How does a drinking tap work?

  • We can install an optional third tap when installing your Harvey Water Softener, that provides non-softened water directly
  • The bypass tap pulls your standard hard water supply, ideal if you prefer the taste of hard water for drinking
  • Our tap options can suit a range of kitchen styles, modern and traditional, and even provide chilled, boiling and sparking water options

FAQs for drinking taps

Can I have a tap supplying unsoftened water somewhere other than at the kitchen sink?

Yes this this is usually possible. Our expert installers can evaluate your household needs during the demonstration and work with you to choose the best locations for your water softener and tap options.

What is the difference between hot, cold, boiling and chilled?

Hot: Your standard hot tap, set by the boiler
Cold: Your standard water, straight from the cold tap
Boiling: 98°C boiling water for making tea and coffee
Chilled:  Refrigerated, ice cold still water

Is softened water safe to drink?

Softened water is safe to drink in most cases. There are a few precautionary exceptions but it’s a mainly a matter of preference whether you choose to drink it. Many people choose to have a drinking water tap installed at the same time as their softener, because they prefer the taste of harder water. 

Read more about drinking softened water > 

How much does a drinking tap cost?

A Harvey Water Softener and drinking tap cost can vary on a number of things, mostly the complexity of your installation as every home is different. This is why we provide a bespoke price for all customers that includes the price of the softener unit itself, all installation/plumbing costs, and any other upgrade options such drinking taps or water filters.

Get in touch with us to ask about your bespoke price >