Replacement filter cartridge for the Seccua MK7 filter system for drinking water from the kitchen tap
– Reduces pollutants
– Reduces particles
– Reduces pathogens
– Quick installation
– Compact and reliable
– Easy filter change
– Mechanical filtration process without chemicals
Delivery 2-3 working days
Thanks to its high flow rate of up to 7 liters per minute, the under-sink filter makes itself quite unobtrusively useful even when water demand is high.
Thanks to its compact design with a diameter of 10 cm and a height of around 33 cm, the Seccua MK7 requires little space under the kitchen sink.
The filter cartridge of the Seccua MK7 only needs to be replaced after 5,000 liters / 1,320 gallons, or after 6 months at the latest. This means you will enjoy safe and tasty water for many months.
Installation of the Seccua MK7 under the sink is simple and easy even for the inexperienced. Step-by-step installation instructions including graphics are available for download here.
Natural filtration without use of chemicals
The filtration process is purely mechanical and uses water pressure, while forgoing the need for chemicals and electricity entirely. The water passes through a three-stage filtration system consisting of a pre-filter, a microfiltration membrane, and activated carbon.
Physically retains solids, such as sand and larger suspended particles.
2. Microfiltration membrane
Blocks up to 99.9 % of bacteria and germs. Also effective against solids, including microplastics and rust particles, up to 0.3 micron (= 0.003 millimeters) in diameter.
3. Activated carbon (block)
Activated carbon block filters are made from fine coconut shells because they provide an exceptionally large surface area and thus an enormous capacity for retaining pollutants. This is how the activated carbon binds dissolved solids such as pharmaceutical residues, pesticides, hormone-like substances, etc. Organic substances and chlorine are also significantly reduced, which improves taste and smell.
Seccua filtered drinking water retains valuable minerals and salts