Källa 3

Auto-Cleaning Under-the-sink Water Purifier

Blöndal Källa 3

Filter your water down to 0.01 micron

Ultra-filtration technology

An ultrafiltration (UF) membrane is a technically-advanced semi-permeable membrane type capable of filtering out, and disposing of, harmful and dangerous water contaminants, while still preserving healthy essential minerals and salts.
In Malaysia, we are blessed with a constant supply of rain water, flowing into our rivers, and into water catchment areas. However, as water flows into our taps, it gets polluted and contaminated along the way by pesticides and herbicides from agricultural development, industrial waste, or organic matter. Contamination can even take place in our aging water supply pipe system; where sand, decaying matter, and rust can accumulate.
The all-new Blöndal Källa 3 is a revolutionary water filtration system that no home can live without! Using the latest Ultra-filtration technology with the economics of conserving water in mind, the Källa 3 filters your water down to 0.01 micron, providing safe water for drinking, whilst supplying clean water for all other kitchen chores. Only Källa 3’s two-step filtration technology gives you and your family peace of mind.

Self-cleaning water filter

Hassle-free Maintenance

Compared to other filters where constant cleaning and scrubbing are required, the Källa 3 water filter requires very little maintenance.

System Specification

Self-flushing Ultra-Filtration (UF) Membrane

Hollow Fiber Membrane

Water runs through the hollow fiber membrane, traps sand, dirt and particles down to 0.01 micron. Up to 99.99% of bacteria and viruses are removed. Water output is suitable for your other kitchen chores like cleaning, washing and rinsing.
Källa 3 Ultra-Filtration Membrane

The Mechanics Of Ultrafiltration (UF) Membrane Usage

This semi-permeable ultrafiltration membrane has the capacity to physically trap water contaminants – such as: bacteria, viruses, and parasites, and other water-born impurities – by employing thousands of hollow fiber membrane filaments. Each membrane filament comprises billions of microscopic pores. Under water pressure, the water molecules are forced through these pores, towards the hollow center of the ultrafiltration membrane; while hindering the free passage of the pollutants. These adverse particles and microorganisms – effectually blocked by the UF membrane – are subsequently flushed from the membrane module; leaving you with clear, sanitised and totally healthful water for Malaysian commercial use and/or for private consumption.

Ultrafiltration (UF) Membrane Use In Blöndal Water Filter Systems

The ultra-filtration (UF) membrane comprised in Blöndal water filtration systems, effectively traps particles larger than 0.01 micron from entering the water supply. The use of this types of filtration membrane technology constitutes that our filtration systems are exceedingly more effective than conventional water filtration systems.
Whether your residence or business facility here in Malaysia utilises a ground, surface or municipal water supply, a Blöndal filtration system comprising a (UF) membrane technology can and will provide healthful and good-tasting water – for you and your family as well as your workforce.

Self-flushing Ultra-Filtration (UF) Membrane

0.01 micron


80% Coconut Shell Granular Activated Carbon
20% Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF)

GAC (Granular Activated Carbon)

Reduces chlorine and toxins that produces foul odor and taste in your water. Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF) uses a high-purity copper-zinc formulation that reduces heavy metals, iron, scale and organic matter. KDF filter media also extends the lifespan of granular activated carbon while protecting the carbon bed against bacterial growth.

Källa 3 Granular Activated Carbon

The Use of Activated Carbon

Our engineers at Blöndal are qualified and experienced in supplying your residence or business here in Malaysia with an activated carbon filtration system that addresses your particular concerns, regarding safe and efficient water consumption.

The negative effects of chlorine are deadly. It has been found that chlorine can cause detrimental harm to fetuses, infants and children. It reacts with other contaminants in water to create cancer causing compounds.

To combat these harmful compounds, our local Malaysian water authorities use several forms of filtration and purification. Chlorine is added to help kill bacteria, and improve the quality of water. Chlorine – as essential as it is, to treat water – is actually extremely harmful when ingested. It can react with other decaying organic matter found in water, such as twigs, leaves, and dead insects; creating a dangerous cancer-causing compound called Trihalomethanes (THM).

Benefits of Activated Carbon in Water Filter Technology

Reduction of chlorine is the most important aspect of water filtration technology. Activated carbon utilises its surface area to bind and contain contaminants. It is most effective at reducing chlorine and other impurities from the water; resulting in the removal of unpleasant odours.

Activated carbon has a remarkable absorptive capability for a broad spectrum of dissolved organics – such as the absorption of orthochlorophenol and the removal of free chlorine from water supplies – and, the flexibility to be custom-tailored to suit specific applications.

Blöndal uses coconut-based granular activated carbon (GAC) in all filtration system. GAC makes for an excellent filtration media, having a high density, balanced pore structure for a more efficient absorption.

The use of activated carbon results in the desired end product: clean and healthy water – void of organic contaminants and objectionable odor or taste.


Blöndal GAC

Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)

Kinetic Degradation Fluxion (KDF)

+/- 300 L/hour

Flow Rate

< 50oc

Operating Temperature

0.5 – 5 Bar

Operating Pressure

Food graded Non-toxic ABS (Ledfree)


2.7 kg


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