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Quick-Change Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System
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Quick-Change Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System

Item #1202075
1 review
In Stock
Today's Price: $299.00
Here at Lehman's®, we use this exact RO filter every day at work. The results? Fresh, pure drinking water that tastes good, no strange tastes or odors!
  • Purifies up to 50 gallons of water per a day
  • Quick-change filters are easy to remove and replace
  • Storage tank holds 3.2 gallons
  • Comes with one of each filters 
  • 17-1/4 lb
  • Taiwan
Note: To maintain and perform as intended, filters need to be changed regularly. It's recommended that the membrane is changed every 1-2 years, the post carbon filter every year, while the other filters every 3-6 months (depending on the water quality).
How it Works: When system is attached to your water supply, water passes through 5-micron and carbon pre-filter traps to remove sediment and chlorine. CTO carbon block filter removes any remaining chlorine from water. The reverse osmosis membrane then separates minerals and impurities (like bacteria) from the water and flushes them into the drain. Finally, the post carbon filter reduces odors and bad taste.

5 Stages of Filtering:
Stage 1 Sediment Pre-Filter
Stage 2 Carbon Pre-Filter
Stage 3 CTO Carbon Block
Stage 4 TFC Membrane
Stage 5 Post Carbon Filter

Customer Reviews of Quick-Change Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(1 reviews)
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- 10/8/2013
said: Chris Bennett
"I love this filter kit. I live in a city and our municipal water supply can be really inconsistent in flavor. I installed this unit under my kitchen sink and highly recommend it. Installation was a snap, which is good because the instruction manual is practically worthless. All in all, it took me about an hour to get it fully in place and operational. It's not pictured here, but this system comes with a small faucet for dispensing from the pressurized tank. I used some titanium step bits to cut through my kitchen counter/sink to mount the faucet. Disclaimer: I am a Lehman's employee."
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