Taking into account the need of the greek market for
quality water filtration systems, we began in 2018 to produce greek
devices in Thessaloniki, where the headquarters of our company are
located. Due to the wide range of these devices, we manage to meet
all our customers’ needs, both those who want to install a
countertop filter and those who need an under-sink filter.
Our filters are accompanied by a certificate of suitability for food contact for their plastic material (PP-polypropylene) and its color, as well as the material (TPE) and the color of the flange. The raw materials for the manufacturing of the device originate from Greece, Germany and the United Kingdom. Even the bases of all under-sink filters are manufactured in Thessaloniki from high quality stainless steel.
Each device that comes out of the mold is thoroughly checked by hand for any imperfections. In a second stage, during order preparation, water filters are re-checked to make sure they have not been damaged when shipped from the factory to our warehouses.
Before putting these devices on the market, we have been doing internal closed circuit pump tests for 3 months, as well as pressure tests up to 9 bar for 5 consecutive days. However, the pressure on greek urban water networks does not exceed 3 bar.
The devices are fully recyclable, engraved with the recycling symbol as well as the construction material, so that the processing companies know exactly how to recycle them. Of course, we are confident that these devices will accompany you throughout your life, so we offer a 10-year warranty!
In the following links, you can explore our exceptional water filters.
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George Margiolos was born in Thessaloniki and has graduated from the Department of Marketing of the Alexandreio Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki. He is fluent in English and (not so fluent) in German.
Ηe has been Project Manager at Avery Dennison - Fastener Division in the UK. There, his main project was to redesign the company's products into new applications so as to become more environmentally friendly. In combination with the fact that in the UK people are more familiar with water filters, he has developed a love for environmentally friendly water filters, which reduce the use of plastic bottles and improving people's quality of life.
Since 2008, he has published over 300 unique educational and informative articles on water filters and new water treatment technologies.
Occasionally, universities and doctoral students request to use George Margiolos' articles in their research because of their quality and uniqueness.