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Pearl-M Drinking Water Filter

Extremely effective water filter that uses a combination of GAC and KDF to remove lead, other heavy metals and so much more.



Product SKU: FFFKPM03



Our Pearl-M is a lead and heavy metals water filter. This drinking water filter will also reduce the bad taste and smell of chlorine in your water.

You should choose our lead water filter if you live in a house that has lead pipework.

The filter cartridge uses a combination of Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF) and Granulated Activated Carbon (GAC).

KDF removes chlorine, lead, mercury, iron and hydrogen sulphide from water supplies through a basic chemical process called redox (oxidation/reduction). 

When KDF is mixed with GAC it reduces other heavy metals such as aluminium, arsenic, cadmium, copper, nickel, chromium and other water soluble heavy metals. This cartridge will also remove sediment, dirt, rust, sand, silt, scale bacteria, algae, VOC's, THMs and much more.

The Pearl-M lead water filter can be mounted either under your sink or on your kitchen bench.

The housing dimensions are 34H x 14W x 13D (volume occupied in cm)

Your kit will include:

  • 1 x white filter housing
  • 1 x single white housing bracket
  • 1 x 20 micron GAC/KDF-55 filter cartridge which contains 0.75lbs of KDF and 0.75 litres of GAC
  • A choice of 5 taps, or you can choose the 'no tap' option
  • A choice of either a self-piercing saddle valve or a 15mm compression valve
  • Blue tubing (approximately 2 metres)
  • Red tubing (approximately 2 metres)
  • 1 x housing spanner
  • DIY instructions - No need for a plumber!

Cartridge details:

  • GAC10N/KDF-BOM cartridge which contains 0.75lbs of KDF and 0.75 litres of GAC
  • 2.5 x 10"
  • 20 micron
  • 2,500 gallons/11,365 litres cartridge lifespan, or 12 months; whichever comes first
  • Replacement cartridges are £38.99 and we send out email reminders

If you live in a house that was built before 1970, chances are you may have lead pipework, which means that lead can end up in your tap water if it's left standing in old lead pipework around your home.

Checking to see if you've got lead pipework should only take a few minutes.

  • Look under your kitchen sink and find the point where the water pipe enters your property - it's usually at the stop cock.
  • Unpainted lead pipes will appear dark grey or black in colour and the joint will appear swollen.
  • Scrape the metal with a coin and if it's lead it will leave a shiny silver strip. Lead is quite a soft metal.

Lead is most harmful if excessive levels are allowed to build up in the body, so it makes sense to consume as little lead as possible especially in the case of young children and pregnant women.

If for whatever reason you're unable to replace the lead pipework in your house then it's important that you remove it.

Our Pearl M is a lead water filter and is a cost effective way to ensure that your water is safe to drink and cook with.

You must change the cartridge in your lead water filter every 6-12 months to ensure your water is being treated correctly.

Boiling your water will not remove the lead.

Your local water company should be able to offer you a free lead test.

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