SNAPTEC WATERTRACK TECHNOLOGY
Learn more about our patent pending technology present in all Aurra Water Purifiers
MODULAR WATER PURIFIER
We at Snaptec are proud to introduce an all new way of customizing your water purifier with the Aurra Evo. Learn More Here
WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE SNAPTEC WATER PURIFIERS
The Aurra water purifier is the first machine of its kind to be powered by an Android OS. You’ll be able to connect to wifi, create your profile, get real-time device status, and more. You can also expect periodic updates and new features as we innovate. Applicable to the Aurra Pro water filter only.
The Aurra features a triple or quadruple nanofiltration system with full-sized filters, each with a unique function. With a changing personalised maintenance schedule this ensures you enjoy the highest quality of water in every drop.
At the heart of every Aurra Water Purifier is the Snaptec Watertrack, a patented pending water track technology that tracks water usage to optimise your maintenance cycle and potentially help you save up to 70% of maintenance costs. The Snaptec Watertrack technology allows us to monitor your actual water usage in real-time so we know when is the best time to change your water filter.
That’s right! Be rewarded when you stay hydrated. Track your consumption and be rewarded with points you can use to redeem vouchers and irresistible discounts from our partners or us. Enjoy hassle-free payment with the Snaptec Connect app for the Snaptec Smart Plan and EZ Plan.
WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT AURRA SMART WATER PURIFIERS FROM OTHER TYPES OF WATER?
Equipped with the Disruptor™ water filtration technology, we’re proud that our home water purifiers ensure the water is mineral-rich and free of heavy metal contamination, viruses, and bacteria. You can view our certifications here.
Different filtration techniques are compared below to determine the quality of the water produced.
Not only that, our smart home purifier comes with a water track function to inform you on your hydration level and water usage in real-time for your next maintenance.
FAQ on Water Purifiers
Purified water is often safer to consume than simply boiling water. A water purifier filters and effectively removes contaminants, chemicals, and microorganisms from unclean or tap water, ensuring it’s safe for consumption. Purified water strengthens your immune system by clearing out toxins and impurities that could weaken your defences.
When considering your water consumption choices, it’s essential to understand the distinctions between boiled, purified, and filtered water. Delve into our insightful articles on ‘Boiled Water vs Purified Water vs Filtered Water‘ and ‘Is it Safe to Drink Tap Water in Malaysia?‘ to make informed decisions about the safety and quality of the water you consume.
If you’re away from home for 3-4 days or more, it’s advisable to turn off the purifier for safety and to save on your electricity bills.
Flush the water for 2 litres and you can proceed to drink after flushing.
The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine established that the recommended daily fluid consumption is approximately 15.5 cups (3.7 litres) for men and roughly 11.5 cups (2.7 litres) for women.
It’s essential to spread out your water intake during the day. Consuming excessive amounts in a short period of time can lead to hyponatremia, a condition where the body’s electrolytes become imbalanced.
Here is the suggested guideline for the best time to drink water:
Upon Rising: Kickstart your day by hydrating immediately after waking. This counteracts nighttime dehydration and can boost mood, cognition, and energy levels.
Mealtimes: Consume a glass of water half an hour before and after eating to aid digestion. A glass of water before eating can help control portion sizes, aiding in weight loss. Additionally, drinking during meals assists in digesting high-fiber foods.
Midafternoon: Combat the usual energy dip around 3 p.m. by opting for water instead of caffeine, preventing potential sleep disturbances, and tackling underlying dehydration.
Exercise: Hydrate in the days leading up to intensive physical activity. For moderate workouts, drink a cup 30 minutes beforehand. Rehydrate during and post-exercise to replenish fluids lost through sweat.
Combating Headaches: Drinking more water may alleviate migraines and headaches. Dehydration can trigger both, so staying hydrated can reduce their intensity and frequency.
Note: For more information about our water purifiers, filters, and plans or packages, you can check out our FAQ page.