Osmio Zero Countertop Reverse Osmosis System

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Smart and efficient countertop water filtration system using reverse osmosis technology

• Removes dust, dirt, chlorine, fluoride, bacteria and viruses, pesticides, microplastics and unwanted flavors and adds minerals (10-20ppm)
• Zero plumbing or installation required and easy-to-change filters
• Replaces water filter pitcher, baby bottle warmer, and kettle providing room temperature, lukewarm, hot, and boiling water
• No longer need to buy bottled water

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ModelOsmio Zero Countertop Reverse Osmosis System
In DepthSpecifications:

Weight: 15.7lbs
Dimensions: 15.0" x 7.1" x 16.1" (19.7" including drip tray)
Maximum Bottle Height with Drip Tray: 8.7"
Maximum Bottle Height without Drip Tray: 9.4"

Daily Capacity: Up to 50 gallons daily (at room temperature)
Flow Rate: 2.1 gallons per hour (at room temperature)
Water Tank Capacity: 1.3 gallons (5 liters)
Capacity Osmosis water tank: ~50 fl oz - 8-20 minutes to refill

Feed Water Requirements: Temperature 4 - 40°C, pH 6.5 - 8.5, Turbidity < 3 NTU, TDS < 270 PPM, Hardness < 270 PPM CaCO3, Chloride < 250 PPM, Free Chlorine < 0.7 PPM, Iron < 0.1 PPM, Manganese < 0.1 PPM, Silica < 0.1 PPM, Chemical Oxygen Demand < 5 PPM O2, Total Bacteria Count < 50 CFU/mL, E. Coli < 3 CFU

Power Connection Required: AC 110V, 60Hz
Power Rating: 2200W - 2600W
Nominal heating power: 2180W - 2580W
Standby power consumption: 0.5W
Integrated automatic shut-off: As soon as the storage tank is filled, the water production stops.

Quick-Change Filters: recommended every 6 months. If you live in a hard water area you may need to change the carbon block and membrane more frequently.
We keep spare parts and a repair service that can keep your device running for many years.
Filter ParameterBacteria, E-coli, Chlorine, Sediments, Nitrates, Fluoride, Limescale, Dissolved Solids (TDS), Hormones, Pharmaceuticals, Heavy Metals
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Product Questions

Does the Osmio Zero remove oestrogen from the water
Question by: Nina on Feb 9, 2021, 1:21 PM
It is efficient for the reduction of hormones. The typical efficiency of Reverse Osmosis Membrane is - 93-96 %. This includes hormones.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on Feb 10, 2021, 10:17 AM
Hi Nina yes it does reduce to below detectable levels <0.1mg/l. In short, any filters that use activated carbon filters are capable of removing around 50% of estrogen-based on the type of cartridge. All distillers, reverse osmosis and some ceramic filters (such as Coldstream) are also an efficient solution when it comes to hormone reduction.
Answer by: Mark Kent on Feb 10, 2021, 10:19 AM
Hi there I just wondering If this filter consume a lot of power?
Question by: Bunsong Wongsatham on Mar 6, 2021, 5:34 PM
Osmio Zero has an instant heating element, and the system only consumes high power when water is dispensed at 65C, 85C, or 100C. The system is very energy efficient, as it is heating water on a cup by cup basis. When filtering or dispensing ambient water - it is consuming very little.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on Mar 10, 2021, 9:37 AM

Does the Osmio machines give warnings when the filters need to be changed or would I need to automatically change them every 6 months?

Many thanks
Question by: Claire Keogh on Mar 13, 2021, 2:58 AM
The system will give a warning if filters are blocked or exhausted.
We recommend changing filters every 6 months. We will send the filter remainder to the email used to place the order.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on Mar 16, 2021, 12:23 PM
It said “ Removes dust, dirt, chlorine, fluoride, bacteria and viruses, pesticides, microplastics and unwanted flavors and adds minerals (10-20ppm)”

So what is the PPM after add mineral?

i live in omaha nebraska and the PPM here usually 214 or so for tap water. Another reason i want to know is becuase my espresso machine require 35-85ppm
To function properly
Question by: ezra hong on Jan 31, 2023, 11:26 AM
Hi Ezra, the reverse osmosis technology will reduce the TDS to around 30ppm (depending on the TDS of the feed water) and the remineralization process adds around 10-20ppm. My tap water is usually 360ppm and I just tested the water from the Osmio Zero and it came to 58ppm. In your case, it would be fine to use water from the Zero in your machine. In fact it will taste better!
Answer by: Emmet Kent on Jan 31, 2023, 11:47 AM