Culligan® Aquasential™ Tankless RO Filtration System
Introducing on-demand, high-quality tankless RO filtration with a compact, space-saving design.
Looking for better performance out of your home's water filtration without sacrificing space? The Culligan® Aquasential™ Tankless Reverse Osmosis (RO) System provides better water when and where you need it.
The sleek design, which requires 2/3 less pace than traditional RO systems, is complimented by some of the best water filtration technology on the market. The new dashboard panel provides real-time feedback on water quality, and the health of your actual system. Additionally, you can reduce total dissolved solids and particulates found in tap water by 95%.
The Benefits of A Culligan Tankless RO Filtration System Go Beyond Saving Space
When you purchase a new product that is refined, elegant, and smart, you want more than just good looks.
Longevity matters. Tired of changing your water filter every two months? How about never again? Our RO membrane contains a three-year shelf life, which is easily serviced when the time is appropriate by a Culligan water expert. For pricing on replacement RO membranes, ask us!
Price point is flexible. Our system is not the cheapest on the market. But it will serve your home and family the best. We offer purchasing and finance options for all homeowner budgets, along with unbeatable expertise and customer service backed the best warranty in the business.
Stay informed. Worried about that boil water alert in your area? Our state-of-the-art dashboard panel allows you to see filter life and TDS status in real-time.
More water than ever before. For families of all sizes. This small system works big. It is capable of producing up to 30 gallons of water per day.
Save on Operating Costs With Advanced System Protection Features
- Limited connection points within the system reduce the risk for internal leaks.
- Automatic water shut-off prevents freezing if water goes below 37 degrees .
- LED indicator offers notifications for any operations or error codes.
A Design That Stands Out By Blending In
If you have a modern kitchen, your accessories should follow suit. The Culligan Aquasential Tankless Reverse Osmosis system will have your friends and family asking "what is that, and how can I get one?"
Its slim design can work vertically or horizontally, requiring 2/3 less space than traditional RO systems. Additionally, the fingerprint-resistant matte surface is complimented by a glassy, waterfall arc.
Likewise, our tankless RO sports a modern, ergonomically-designed faucet. The easy-turn knob and tapered spout design, which comes in three premium finishes, prevents splashing.
Talk to a Culligan representative today to learn how you can improve your home with the Culligan® Aquasential™ Tankless RO System.
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