Blöndal M2 Plus
Residential Water Filtration System
Maximum filtration and purification
Cater to various types of water contaminants
At Blöndal, we take water conditions and weather patterns seriously to cater to the right solution. As such, water sampling as well as research and development are conducted from time to time across 40 locations in Malaysia to develop a product that would feed the needs of different water types. The modular system is designed to maximise filtration and purification of various types of water contaminants including chemical compounds and even health hazardous microorganisms. As Blöndal takes its vision to the next level, we foresee the inception of various customised modular systems that would further enhance water purification and filtration to a greater extent.
A breakthrough Swedish invention
revolutionary water purification system
A breakthrough Swedish invention, the Blöndal Modular series are the revolutionary water purification system that is capable of eliminating 99.99% water contaminants while absorbing chlorine and other chemical compounds to a safe level. With the integration of Polypropylene Filter, Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) in Blöndal M2 Plus, the system is able to filter and purify various types of water contaminants while preserving essential salts and minerals.
Configuration of Filtration System
Blöndal, a pioneer in modular system spanning more than 3 decades, and with continued R&D, has launched its much awaited improved cartridges with "grey" and "black" caps to overcome potential water clogging or leaking. In response to the feedback from our valued customers, Blöndal has since stopped using its old version of cartridges with "blue" or "green" caps.
Garnet, anthracite, fine quartz sand and coarse quartz sand filter. (25 to 1 micron) With up to three times the dirt holding capacity, it sieves coarse suspended contaminants’ particles and large amount of turbidity.
GMS, Activated Carbon and KDF. Effectively removes bad taste, odour and prevents all organic compounds to freely react with chlorine that form Trihalomethane (THM).