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Refrigerator / Ice Maker Water Filter - Model R400

Due to overwhelming demand, and the current NSF re-certification process, these units are currently on backorder. Please call for information!

Omni R400 Refrigerator Filter

Try the Omni R200 or Omni R500

 

Model R400 is one of OMNI's refrigerator / ice maker water filter for the do-it-yourself-er. The  carbon block filter cartridge removes chlorine and odors, as well as lead, rust and sediment and Cryptosporidium and Giardia cysts,  to give you great tasting water and ice right from the refrigerator / ice maker water line. Included with Model R400 are Quick Connect Ends. No installation kit necessary. Change every 3 months.

 

R400 is a self contained unit with no replacement cartridge

Model R400
Filter type Carbon Block
Reduces: Rust & Sediment
Removes: Odor & Chlorine (99.95%)
Removes: Lead (99%)
Removes: Cryptosporidium & Giardia Cysts
Benefits Removes chlorine and odors to provide great tasting water and ice.
Average Cartridge Life 1 3 mos or 200 gal
Flow Rate2 0.5 gpm
Micron Rating 3 1.0
 

1 Usage and the quality of water in your incoming line determine when your cartridge should be changed.
2 Gallons per minute.
3 The smaller the micron, the finer the filtration. For Use On Municipal Water Only.

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