Kent is a global competitor in research-driven water purifiers which results in products with cutting-edge technology. Their gravity-based water purifiers, in particular, are equipped with Superior Ultra Filtration (UF) Technology. This technology not only makes it possible for the gravity-based water purifiers to operate without electricity, but also, completely makes for a chemical-free purification. The hollow fibre hydrophilic UF membrane with a pore size of 0.1 microns ensures that no micro-organisms such as bacteria and cysts pass through it, ensuring 100% microbe-free water without the use of chemicals like Chlorine, Bromine or Iodine.
In the Philippines, Kent water purifiers are exclusively distributed by ADTEL Inc., a subsidiary of the Lopez Group of Companies. This makes quality water coming from taps at home accessible to more Filipinos, rather than relying solely on purified water from corner stores.
Banner Product: KENT Gold+
KENT Gold+ has an elegant table top design that can be placed on any flat surface. Its Tank-in-Tank configuration ensures that there is no overflow when water is poured into raw water tank even when the purified water tank is full. It is also this smart design that makes it possible for KENT Gold+ to have a remarkably high water-holding capacity; 10 litres of purified water storage capacity and an additional 10 liters in the raw water tank, ensuring continuous supply of purified water.
The technology is a mouthful of semantics that the discriminating will surely label as most advantageous, but for typical consumers like me, we like to see who is behind the brand and what does that person or entity stand for.
Enter 2019, which begins a journey for the Trivia King, Kim Atienza becoming the face of KENT in the Philippines. Aside from being the successor of Ernie Baron, the Walking Encyclopedia of the Philippines, Kuya Kim is also famous as an advocate of good and healthy living. Survivor, Father, and Athlete, Kuya Kim has proven again and again that age is just a number and it’s never too late to start improving one’s life.