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Zuvo Water Purator Recap

Water is the #1 drink in our house with coffee #2 for me so it is important to have good clean filtered drinking water. The water in our area tastes terrible and bottle water is way too expensive so we decided to give the Zuvo Under Counter Water Purator a try. So far it is working AWESOME and the water tastes GREAT.

Melinda is very picky on the taste of the water and after I finished installing (will talk about more in a minute) the under counter water purator she was the first person I asked to taste the water. To my surprise she said the water tasted good which is huge because she absolutely hated the water in our house before the Zuvo. We use the Zuvo for drinking water and for coffee in the morning. You’ll be surprised how much different and better your coffee tastes with good filtered water instead of regular tap water.

The Zuvo Water Purator™ uses a patented five-step process to produce clean, healthy, great tasting water…just the way nature intended!


In nature, ozone is generated by lightning and cleans the air where rainwater forms. The Zuvo Water Purator mixes ozone with incoming tap water to treat taste and odor contaminants and improve taste. Like chlorine, ozone is a powerful oxidizer. Unlike chlorine, ozone leaves no chemical residue.


The ozone saturated water is flooded with high-intensity UV light – the same as the solar energy that cleans water in the upper atmosphere.


The Zuvo Water Purator combines UV and ozone in a patented process known as photo-oxidation which releases powerful oxidizers to further treat the water.


Pure spring water is created by passing through fine particles in the earth. Zuvo uses the same principle by passing water through a Class 1 Particulate Reduction Filter, reducing chlorine taste and odor, lead, and tiny particulates.


The filtered water is again exposed to high-intensity UV light as it leaves the Zuvo Water Purator, ensuring that you get clean, healthy, great tasting water…just the way nature intended!

With the 5 step process used by the Zuvo you can see why Melinda and I see a HUGE difference in our drinking water and I am sure you would also.

Now lets talk about the installation process. The Zuvo Below-Counter Water Filtration System was pretty easy to install. I did run into two slight problems. The first is both models (above-counter and below-counter) need to be plugged in. No outlet for the plug means no clean delicious water for you. So I didn’t notice until half way through the process that I didn’t have a plug under my sink so I needed to drill through the floor in order to get to an outlet in the basement which probably took an extra hour. Also, be sure not to plug your Zuvo into the same plug as your garbage disposal because that means you would need to turn your garbage disposal on to use the Zuvo and that isn’t going to work. The second problem I had was after I was totally done the install and I turned on the water I had a leak. The problem was I didn’t have the fitting that runs to the cold water supply and to the Zuvo tight enough and that was because the piece was plastic and I was afraid to break it due to over tightening. Suggestion here is I wish the fitting was metal or brass but after a turn or two more the leak stopped. Total install time for the under counter model if you have an accessible plug would be an hour or less. We previously had a water system with a butler faucet so I didn’t need to drill a hole for that but if you did maybe another 10 minutes on the hour install time and I am sure I am over estimating.

I am very impressed with the Zuvo so far and the quality of drinking water that is produces. The butler faucet dispenses water a little slowly for me because I am super impatient but maybe that is because the rigorous process the Zuvo puts the water through. It is well worth the few seconds wait for good quality drinking water.  If you want to pick up a Zuvo for your home click HERE to see where you can purchase one.

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