Nitrate Removal + SMART Refrigerator / In-line Water Filter System
Crystal Quest® Nitrate Removal + SMART Refrigerator / In-line Water Filter System is designed for use on refrigerators with ice-makers and/or water through the door. It may be used with water fountains, water coolers, commercial coffee makers and ice machines as well. High-pressure quick-connect fittings can be used on either 1/4" o.d. copper or plastic tubing. Can be manufactured with 3/8" which would require additional conversion package to be ordered.
- Contains a special nitrate-selective resin. Nitrate reduction is 90% to 95% and breakthrough is not affected by sulfate levels. The capacity is 3000 ppm of nitrates as CaCO3. To determine capacity, first, calculate the ppm of nitrates as CaCO3, then divide that number into 3000 to get the gallons. This cartridge can be regenerated using sodium chloride brine. Click here for product data
- It also contains 2-one micron filter pads, ERA-6500, ERA-9500 and coconut shell GAC. Our special house blend of 2 types of coconut-shell GAC (including Catalytic) with 2 types of Eagle Redox Alloys® (9500 & 6500) & anion exchange resin. This blend effectively reduces & removes heavy metals, chlorine & chloramine, pesticides & herbicides, pharmaceutical by-products & other inorganic substances such as petroleum byproducts. Ceramic and Tourmaline balls to enhance the water and maintain a more alkaline pH. To read about how GAC's work, click here. To read about the ERA® Oxidation/Reduction Process, click here.
- Dimensions: 5"L x 14"H (10"+4" to change cartridge) x 5"W
- Weight: 6 lbs
- Suggested flow rate: 0.3-0.5 or less gallon per minute
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Very good. And excellent customer service. Thank you.
Got this through Amazon and needed to address nitrate levels after a water test revealed the problem. I've NEVER installed anything like this and although it took me some time to figure it out, I was able to install this in about an hour. And it WORKED. For under a hundred bucks this is a very good system. Kudos!