The Best Tasting Water, Naturally.
Zuvo Water Filtration System
150 Series
Nature’s Water Cleaning Process
In nature, ozone is generated by lightning and cleans the air
where rainwater forms. Ultraviolet radiation from the sun purifies
water vapor in the upper atmosphere. Filtration occurs within the
earth, producing crystal-clear spring water beneath the ground.
The Zuvo™ Water Filtration System uses the same powerful
cleansing processes found in nature.
Patented Five Step Water Cleansing Process
Step 1: Ozonation
Incoming tap water is treated with ozone to eliminate taste and
odor contaminants.
Step 2: Ultraviolet Light
Ozone saturated water is flooded with high-intensity UV light,
unequaled in its ability to reduce microorganisms.
Step 3: Photo-Oxidation
In this patented process, ozone and the UV light work together
to reduce bacteria.
Step 4: Filtration
Water passes through a carbon filter reducing lead, chlorine taste
and odor, cysts, and tiny particulates. The filter also converts
residual ozone to fresh oxygen.
Step 5: Post Filtration Disinfection
The filtered water is exposed once again to high-intensity UV light
to prevent biofilm from forming on the filter.
Nature’s Water Cleansing Process.
Minimum/Maximum Water Temperatures
40–100º F (4–38º C)
Contaminant Reduction1
Lead 99%, cysts 99.98%, chlorine taste/odor 99%
Non-Pathogenic Microorganism* reduction 99.9%
UV Exposure Intensity
Class B (16 mJ/cm2)
Physical Dimensions (W x D x H)
4.75 in. x 4.5 in. x 16 in. (120 mm x 120 mm x 400 mm)
1.9 lbs (0.8 Kg) dry and empty
Filter Life Rating
500 gallons (1,900 liters) or 6 months depending on use conditions
Particulate Reduction
Class 1 2
Estimated Filter Replacement Cost
MSRP ($19.99)
UV Lamp Life
Up to 10,000 on/off cycles (approximately 3 years) depending on
use conditions
Chemical Additives
None. Ozone created in unit
Chemical Emissions
None. Ozone reconverted to oxygen in filter cartridge element
Zuvo Water LLC
404 Villa Street
Mountain View
CA 94041
Tel: 866.686.8142
(1) The Zuvo Water Filtration System has been tested against NSF/ANSI Standards 42, 53 and
55 Class B for lead, cyst, and particulate reduction, and for UV performance.
(2) NSF/ANSI Standard 42, Appendix C acceptance level for a Class 1 Particulate claim of minimum
85% removal of particles in 0.5 to 1 micron size range.
* Saccharomyces cerevisiae is an indicator microorganism used in establishing the performance
of UV water treatment devices in treating non-pathogenic microorganisms according to
NSF/ANSI Standard 55 Class B. Reduction shown is minimum measured reduction at 70% of
normal lamp output.
© Copyright 2011. Zuvo™ and the Zuvo logo are trademarks of Zuvo Water LLC. The Zuvo Water Filtration System is protected by U.S. patents #6,461,520,
#7,033,502, #5, 266, 215, #5,540, 848, DES 357,058, and other U.S. and foreign patents pending. All rights reserved. M052.2.v1 04/11