TYPE OF FILTER
Long lasting undercounter fluoride chloramine filter. Good for 15,000 gallons or 2 1/2 years, whichever comes first.
If you want filtering on both hot and cold water lines, you can get one for each. This unit does not take refills, so when it’s time you toss the whole unit and buy another complete one.
FOR WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES?
Undersink kitchen filter
Most municipalities use either chlorine or chloramine as the disinfectant. Get the right system for your water.
WHAT IS FILTERED?
* chlorination by-products like trihalomethane
* heavy metal
* bad taste
To see a longer list of contaminants filtered, see What Is Filtered?.
HOW THEY WORK
The types of filtration include ‘pore opening’, magnetics, catalytic action using reduction-oxidation, electroplating, ion exchange, reshaping of hardness ions and adsorption. An environment harmful to bacteria, algae and fungus is created. All filter media have been certified by the NSF.
* Activated Alumina – the resin most effective for removing fluoride. Proven effective and safe.
* Kdf 85 – a highly effective filter media which is a combination of copper and zinc. Especially effective against chloramine. Also highly effective at filtering chemically-based contaminants, heavy metals and chlorine. Kdf is bacteriostatic, preventing bacteria from growing in the carbon or your water.
* Activated Coconut Carbon – filters chlorine, organic-based contaminants like hormones and organic based herbicides. Leaves good tasting water.
* Catalytic Carbon – most effective against chloramines and volatile organic compounds, iron, gases, bad odors and taste.
Life expectancy is 15,000 gallons or 2 1/2 years. Then you replace the entire unit.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
* Everything you need except the plumber to install it
* 1.25 pounds activated alumina
* 3 pounds kdf-85
* Granulated activated coconut carbon
* Catalytic carbon
* life expectancy is up to 2 1/2 years. If you smell chlorine sooner, it’s time to change.
* GOOD UP TO 130 DEGREES F.
* 17.5 inches tall, 4 inches diameter
* installed by a plumber in about 20 minutes (each); varies on your situation
* maintenance free
* replace entire unit when done
Have this fluoride chloramine filter installed by a plumber or someone with good plumbing knowledge and experience. It is a quick and easy job for a professional. (WHY? Click on: GET A PLUMBER!.