Your Water

It's not just the about quantity, it's also about quality.

DARWIN Water Filtration System

The DARWIN Water Filtration System helps reduce the risks of poor water quality, by filtering out impurities and improving taste so you and your family can benefit from cleaner, better tasting water throughout your home.

Great Tasting Drinking Water

Carbon filtration helps reduce chlorine taste and odour, providing fresh, clean and great tasting water from any sink in the home.

Softer Skin and Hair

By reducing chlorine in shower water, DARWIN lessens the drying effects of chlorine, leaving hair and skin feeling softer and smoother.

Savings For You and the Planet

Filtered water is more cost-effective than bottled water and reduces the environmental impact on our landfills. Water purification limits the need to buy expensive and wasteful bottled water.

Appliance Protection

Filtering water entering the home helps protect appliances and fixtures against mineral build up.

Water for Life

Water is critical for sustaining life, which is why it’s such a vital part of your home.

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Water & Your Home

Australian households spend more than $5 billion on water each year, but the high price tag doesn’t guarantee the best quality.

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Water & You

Clean water provides a great taste, removes odours, and helps leave you with softer hair and skin

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DARWIN Explained

The DARWIN Water Filtration System is designed to help remove impurities, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of high-quality, better tasting water in your home.

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Water for Life

Water is synonymous with life at home. Many household activities involve water to some degree, like:

–      Hydration

–      Cooking

–      Cleaning

–      Bathing

–      Appliance Use

Water & Your Home

Since ancient Rome, humans have developed increasingly sophisticated systems to transport water to our homes. However, even with today’s advanced treatment technologies, it’s still challenging to ensure that everyone has access contaminant-free water. Conventional water treatment does not always remove contaminants effectively, and pollutants can also be introduced through the water distribution systems.

Where do some common home water pollutants come from?

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Water & You

Humans are made mostly of water! In fact, water makes more than 60% of an adult's body weight.

Given that the water arriving to your home can still have some contaminants, it is important to understand the potential impact of polluted water—and the benefits of safe and clean water on your health and wellbeing.

What are the dangers of polluted water?

Despite appearing clean, water can be contaminated by a range of pollutants. When ingested, contaminated water can affect many of your body’s systems, including your digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, urinary, and integumentary systems. Water can also be contaminated with viruses, bacteria, and parasites that can lead to waterborne diseases with symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal discomfort, vomiting, fever and headache.

Stay Hydrated

With the confidence that your home water is being filtered.

The symptoms of dehydration vary depending on the severity, and the length of time for which our body is not receiving enough water.

Mild Dehydration

  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Dryness

Severe Dehydration

  • Urinary issues & kidney Issues
  • Unstable Blood Pressure
  • Muscle Damage
  • Seizures
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How much water should we drink?

For the average healthy adult, experts recommend an intake of 2.7 litres of water per day for women, and 3.7 litres for men. That’s about 8 to 10 glasses of water a day to stay well hydrated.