This is an excellent inline FLUORIDE & CHLORAMINE & CHLORINE-removing fridge filter for your cold drinking water.
The ILF-200 has been discontinued. It is replaced by this unit, which will do all that the ILF-200 did, and a bit more.
This inline refrigerator water filter will not fit inside your fridge. It is cut into the water line leading to your fridge by a plumber. When it’s time to change filters, you can do it yourself. Unlike most of our filters, with the inline fridge filters you replace the entire thing.
New improved housing can handle pressure spikes.
The media include kdf 85 (copper-zinc) and catalytic carbon, and activated alumina, calcium-based carbon (bone char), and SR-900.
Typically replace entire fridge filter every 6 months. Maximum usage is 500 gallons.
- 13.5″ tall x 2.75″ diameter
- 1/4 inch brass compression fittings
You need to get a plumber to cut it into the water line to your fridge. This is a basic plumbing job. Once installed, you do not need a plumber to change filters. To change filters, you turn off the water flow, screw the old one off and the new one on.
When it’s time, just reorder a complete filter; this one doesn’t come with a cartridge inside.